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.
Hazzan Stein’s mini-concerts are now once a week on Wednesdays at 8:00 pm. You can “attend” on his personal Facebook page. All are invited. Each session will be available for viewing later if you are unavailable.
Join Hazzan Stein and Diane Boland for weekly fun educational and social programming. Activities include Ruah-filled Tefilah and Shira, and Mitzvah Projects with crafts, cooking, and more. Open to children and families of all ages. Click here for the Zoom link.
Come to socialize and bring a craft: Draw, color, paint, knit, puzzle. Whatever you enjoy! Click here for the Zoom link.
Starting July 1, USY will be premiering #MyUSYfiSummer — six weeks of amazing virtual programming for Jewish teens!
Come join us for exciting virtual programming all summer long! #MyUSYfiSummer is open to all Jewish youth entering 5th grade through the Class of 2020. A downloadable flyer is available here. Questions? Email email@example.com.
Rabbi Alter strongly encourages CBINT (and other) teens to consider a two-week online summer program run out of JTS in New York. For this summer. The program is focused on social justice and social entrepreneurship, with the arts as a vehicle for expression. Special discounts for CBINT members. Read more…
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, July 13 at 1:00 pm, The Tattooist of Auschwitz by Heather Morris
Monday, August 17 at 1:00 pm, Dirty Wars and Polished Silver by Lynda Schuster.