Congregation B’nai Israel is a longstanding cornerstone of Jewish life in the Greater Bridgeport area. While we were founded over 160 years ago, our strength lies in our willingness to look to the future. Our building includes a Sanctuary, Chapel, social hall with adjacent pavilion, library, Judaica Shop and an education center with classrooms for both preschool and religious school. What truly makes us special, however, are the people who belong here. We pride ourselves in being a place where a diverse intergenerational community forms long-lasting friendships, enriches their lives through shared learning, celebrates joyous occasions,and supports one another in times of need. Reform Fairfield JewishReform Fairfield JewishReform Fairfield JewishReform Fairfield JewishReform Fairfield JewishReform Fairfield JewishReform Fairfield Jewish synagogue synagogue synagogue synagogue synagogue
Justin Beck returns as our teacher of Kabbalah on Monday, January 28. Kabbalah offers a uniquely integrated, holistic pathway to spiritual growth – from practical change to deep wisdom and healing. Join Justin for two sessions at B’nai Israel and two sessions at Beth El.
Join Rabbi Schultz for this ten-part course on the teachings of Mussar. The goal of Mussar practice is to release the light of holiness that lives within the soul. Advance purchase of Everyday Holiness, by Alan Morinis, Founder of The Mussar Institute, for $95 can be made by contacting Chris in the temple office. Course begins on Continue Reading »
Join our congregant, Alan Dressler, on Saturday mornings at 10:30 for Yoga and Jewish Medication for Beginners. The Jew is in the Lotus will be a unique, enriching and health filled Shabbat morning with Hatha yoga and Jewish meditation.
This novel won the 2017 National Jewish Book Award and tells the interwoven tale of two women of remarkable intellect set in 1660’s London and the early 2000s. Join Kelle Ruden for discussion on Sunday, January 27 at 2:00 p.m. at the temple and click to register to hear author, Rachel Kadish, speak on February Continue Reading »