A Chavurah is a circle of friends with similar interests who gather to learn about and observe our Jewish traditions. They are a great way for members to feel more connected and help make a large congregation feel more like a family.
At CBI, music and the arts are at the heart and soul of all that we do. Discover how the power of arts and culture builds connections and elevates your Jewish experience.
Rosenthal Family Speaker Series
Our Rosenthal Family Speaker Series brings world-famous thinkers and celebrities to Boca Raton to discuss a wide-range of topics as well as their connection with the Jewish community. Our speakers share personal stories and keen commentary to tackle issues relevant to Jewish culture, religion, tradition, and history. Past speakers have included Maya Angelou, Deepak Chopra, Alan Dershowitz, Chuck Todd of NBC’s Meet the Press, Ashleigh Walters & Aly Raisman, two-time Gold medalist and one of the world’s best-known Jewish Athletes, and most recently Mitch Albom, NY Times #1 Best Selling Author.
Adult B’nai Mitzvah Program
Strengthen your Jewish identity and enhance your connection to our Jewish community by becoming a Bar or Bat Mitzvah. Our Adult B’nai Mitzvah program provides a chance for adults who have never had a Bar/Bat Mitzvah to participate in group study that will culminate in being called to the Torah and leading Shabbat Services.
L’dor v’dor! Making connections between generations is how we keep Judaism alive. Each month, we invite adult members of our congregation to share stories and life experiences with our religious school students.
Our Brotherhood is a spirited group of men that seeks to participate in meaningful activities within the synagogue and our community. From happy hours to sporting events to business networking socials and everything in between, our events and activities are designed to entertain, educate and, most of all, build friendships while bringing our members together in positive, enjoyable ways.
Men’s Torah Study
Build a sense of community as you delve into prayer with fellow members and take a deeper look into our Torah. Engage in an interactive discussion of the weekly Torah portion and discover how to relate the life lessons in the Torah to our modern lives.
Our Sisterhood is a group of women who aim to improve Jewish learning, advance social justice through advocacy and action, strengthen their commitment to Reform Judaism and support funding our religious school and early childhood programs. From the Women’s Passover Seder to making holiday baskets for families in need, we host a variety of programs and events to inspire, educate, create connection and have fun.
The CBI Grandparents Club was created to give grandparents a broad avenue to support the education of their grandchildren at both the NCECE and SLJ. Your annual donation will go to our Congregational Fund, supporting all areas of CBI, including our schools.
This intergenerational program matches our techy teens with non-tech savvy members looking for help navigating our ever-changing digital world. Get help managing smart phones, emails, social media, streaming services and more with these one-on-one learning sessions.