Tuesday evenings from 7-8:30 CBINT offers The Ethical Life: Jewish Values in an Age of Choice, facilitated by Rabbi Alter.
Each session includes a short videotaped lecture by a scholar from JTS, a discussion facilitated by Rabbi Alter based on materials provided in advance, and a 3-5 minute video featuring a person contending with that session’s ethical dilemma in their life and work. Among the topics addressed: Food Production, Mass Incarceration, Modern Day Slavery, Disability, and Lying.
Participants may join the course in progress. To register, email Rabbi Alter.
Click here for the Zoom link. This link will bring you into a Zoom session. The password is 330742. If using Zoom on your computer is not possible for you, you can join by phone by dialing 312-626-6799. Once connected, dial the meeting ID # 807 570 5727. Ignore the prompt to enter your Participant ID — you don’t need one. When prompted for the password, press / dial 330742#.
Tune in to Hazzan Stein’s lively online concerts dubbed by Milwaukee PBS as “The Quarantine Concerts” on his personal Facebook page. All are invited. Each session will be available for viewing later if you are unavailable. Stay tuned for upcoming dates this season.
Come to socialize and bring a craft: Draw, color, paint, knit, puzzle. Whatever you enjoy! Click here for the Zoom link.
Sisterhood General Board Meeting and Opening Program
Thursday, September 10 at 6:30 pm
Join Sisterhood for their general board meeting followed immediately by their opening program. Our own Karen Rachum, Master Gardener, and her daughter Zoe will lead and interactive demonstration as we create our own succulent gardens! Sisterhood will supply the materials for pick-up at CBINT. Let us know if you require delivery.
Cost is $5/person.
RSVP to Meghan Katch, email@example.com by September 1 in order to secure your garden kit. All RSVP’s must be submitted by this date in order to order supplies. When you RSVP, you will receive information on how to pick up your kit. Please submit payment to CBINT, Attn: Sisterhood.
The CBINT Book Club is meeting again — outdoors!
Meet in Kletch Park in the parking lot on Milwaukee River Parkway between Green Tree and Bender, on the west side of the street. Bring a chair and something to drink, if you want.
Monday, September 21 at 1:00 pm The Last Watchman of Old Cairo by Michael David Lukus
Thursday, September 17 8:00 pm
CBINT’S Adult Programming is happy to announce a new monthly series: Cocktails & Conversation
Each month will feature a congregant sharing their expertise, insight, or story as we share a drink together.
Join us for our first program on Thursday, September 17 at 8:00 PM. Click here for the Zoom link.
Melinda Steffey will help us ring in the New Year with Cocktails and Conversation, Rosh Hashanah Style
There’ll be a suggested signature Rosh Hashanah cocktail and discussion about why it’s nice to have unique twists to your Rosh Hashanah observance and even nicer to carry them over from year to year. The cocktail will feature, of course, apples and honey.
** We will also include an under 21 version of the cocktail.**