Current Events At CBI

Weekly Services/Minyan

  • Shabbat Services every Friday night: 6pm in CBI Sanctuary exceptions may occur in light of other Shabbat services, such as Kirtan Shabbat.
  • Kirtan Shabbat: A mystical Shabbat service, hosted at Lander Grinspoon Academy next door. Dates Facebook event is HERE.
  • Saturday Shabbat Morning Service: 9:30am
  • Weekly Wednesday Minyan: 5:30pm in Sanctuary
  • Thursday Morning meditation: 8:00am in the CBI Library

Families With Young Children

Image Shows Shabbat Shabloom Dates:
September 14, October 12, November 9, December 14, January 11, February 8, March 14, no Shabloom in April, May 9 and June 13 at LGA. 10:00-10:45am at 257 Prospect St, Northampton MA 01060. A musical Shabbat activity for families with children 0-5.

Teen Life


Rabbi Classes and Chevruta

  • Fall Series Chevruta: Torah, Talmud and Tanya: A Textual Exploration of How and Why We Meditate with Kirtan Rabbi Andrew Hahn. Suggested donation: $75, can be made on CBI website using the donation button.
    Facebook Event Here
  • Talmud Study with Rabbi Jacob: Most Shabbat mornings in the CBI Library, 10:00-11:00am. Class is free and open to everyone! 11/2’s class will have a guest host.

Valley Jewish Seniors

  • Click here for an overview of the program
  • RSVP for the next intergenerational luncheon on November 20, 2019 from 12:30-2pm at the CBI Library. RSVP by phone at 413-584-1593 or by email:
    This month’s topic: A discussion with author Rabbi Eisenberg on Judaism, Addiction and Recovery: A Spiritual and Faith-Based Approach

Tikkun Olam- CBI Social Justice Shabbaton and Legislative Luncheon

Schedule of Events for the CBI Social Justice Shabbaton:
December 6th-7th, visiting Rabbi Mira Rivera will lead services that Friday night, Saturday morning (Torah through an anti-oppression lens) and a post-Kiddush talk at 12:45 on Saturday about creating an anti-racist taskforce.

Join us for the CBI Shabbaton sponsored by the Tikkun Olam Committee and welcoming visiting Rabbi Mira Rivera!
The Facebook event with full schedule is HERE: Creating an Anti-Racist Jewish Community

The conversation continues with Leah Penniman, author of Farming While Black and co-director of Soul Fire Farm on December 9th at 6pm at CBI for Land Reparations. Sponsored by The Karuna Center For Peacebuilding, Land For Good, SURJ, Abundance Farm and Tikkun Olam Committee of CBI. Facebook Event is HERE! RSVP at for the public talk and get on the waitlist for the workshop.

Register for the annual Legislative Luncheon no later than January 17th!
Link is HERE: