Congregation B’nai Israel is a longstanding cornerstone of Jewish life in the Greater Bridgeport area. While we were founded over 150 years ago, our strength lies in our willingness to look to the future. A recent expansion and renovation of our building included a new chapel, social pavilion, and additional classrooms. 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
Please join us for the November Mitzvah morning on Veteran’s Day, Sunday November 11. For the fourth year, we will be preparing and serving breakfast at Homes for the Brave. This is a wonderful Mitzvah for adults and kids. Volunteers are limited to 15 due to the kitchen size so please sign up today.
Support the Temple! Send Chanukah candles to your friends and family at B’nai Israel! Send candles and greetings to your friends and family at B’nai Israel! Don’t forget teachers & madrikhim! Each box of candles will be beautifully-packaged (wrapping party is November 12) & hand-delivered in plenty of time for the first night of Chanukah! Let’s light Continue Reading »
Our next Red Cross Blood Drive will be Thursday, November 7, 1- 6 p.m. The horrific weather that has hit the southeast coast has, again, created an even greater need for blood donations. Please register with the Red Cross at either 1-800- 733-2767 or 1-800-RedCross.
Sign up to join us as a guest or a host on Friday, November 2nd for our 2nd Annual Shabbat About Town! Everyone, children and adults, are welcome to take part in this special and fun evening of community.
Join us for the opening of our 3rd Temple Art Show on Friday, November 9th. Following services we have a dinner and special guest speaker, our very own Adam Weisblatt, whose topic will be “The Spirituality of Creativity.” RSVP today to join us for dinner.
Mondays at noon from October 15 to December 17 we will study Maimonides Mishneh Torah and his book of “De’ot.” Team taught by Rabbi Prosnit, Rabbi Schultz, and Ira Wise.
Parents of children in grades 4-6 are invited to join Rabbi Schultz for a workshop that will give you tools, resources and more on talking to your child(ren) about why Judaism matters to you. Join him on Sunday, December 9 from 9:45 to 11:45 a.m.
Are you registered to vote for the November 6th Election Day! To vote you must be a US citizen, live in CT, and be at least 17 years old and turning 18 by Election Day.