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- Who We Are
Providing educational, social, and spiritually-enriching programming for men, Brotherhood also leads congregational programs including our annual Sukkah build, Purim Carnival, and educational breakfasts with guest speakers. All members are invited to meetings on the first Tuesday of every month at 7:15pm.
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Our women's group engages in community service, social programs, and congregational support. Recent activities include a partnership with the Prudence Crandall Center, a women's shelter in Hartford. The Sisterhood also manages and staffs our lobby Judaica shop. All members are invited to meetings on the first Tuesday of every month at 7:15pm.
Book Club meets on the first Wednesday of every month at 7:00pm. We read and discuss books from a Jewish perspective.
S.A.G.E. provides social, educational, and spiritual enrichment activities. Weekly S.A.G.E. programs feature lunch and guest speakers from all walks of life. Past speakers include NBC political reporter Max Reiss, University of Hartford Professor Don Ellis, and groundbreaking TV producer Karen Glass. S.A.G.E also presents a variety of activities such as yoga, tai-chi, films, concerts, readings and discussions, and a monthly clergy forum. S.A.G.E. meets every Tuesday at 11:15am.
The Caring Team provides support to congregants in times of need and joy. Activities include delivering gifts and greeting cards to families celebrating simchot (happy events), providing transportation for Friday Shabbat services, visiting our homebound congregants, sending care packages to our college students, providing dinners, and attending shivas (mourning rituals).
The Tribe connects Jews in their 20s and 30s (and their significant others of any faith) in the Greater Hartford area through unique social and cultural events. Programs include arts and sporting events, community service projects, and cooking/baking parties.
Every Sunday that our religious school is in session, Community Coffee sells bagels, muffins, cakes, orange juice, teas, hot chocolate, and of course, coffee! Proceeds benefit our annual Purim Carnival, the ASL interpreter at High Holy Days services, and other CBI programming. Community Coffee helps foster social engagement among religious school parents and families.