Congregation B'nai Israel

2710 Park Avenue, Bridgeport, CT 06604 | (203) 336-1858 | info@cbibpt.org |

  • Find us on Facebook

CONECT

Upcoming CONECT Events:

Greetings Voter Registration Volunteers and Friends!
We’re back. Many of you offered to help again if there were opportunities before the next round of local elections in Bridgeport, Fairfield, and surrounding areas.

Last summer, over 60 volunteers registered hundreds of new voters. Barbara created a voter registration kit and training, which she will offer again for new volunteers or as a refresher.

B’nai Israel and CONECT volunteers
Voter registration will continue at Food Bazaar and Housatonic Community College this month and in October. We could use more help in the shifts listed below. If you are available, please let us know. 

Currently available
Food Bazaar:  Saturday, October 12  –  1-3pm OR October 19  –  1-3pm.

HCC:  Tuesday, September 24  –  10:30 – 12:30 OR 12:30 – 2:30
Wednesday, September 25  –  10:30 – 12:30 or 12:30 – 2:30
Thursday, October 17  –  10:30 – 12:30
Wednesday, October 23  –  10:30 – 12:30
Thursday, October 24  –  10:30 – 12:30

If you would like a refresher on how registration works– please contact Barbara.

Thanks!
Barbara Edinberg    bedinberg@gmail.com
Jeff Schwartz    jeff.schwartz2991@gmail.com

******

B’nai Israel is an active member of CONECT, (Congregations Organized for a New Connecticut) which is an organization of 15,000 people from 25 religious institutions: urban and suburban, multi-faith, and ethnically diverse, living in communities from Norwalk to East Haven. The members of CONECT discover, research, analyze, and articulate a powerful moral voice to negotiate with business and government leaders regarding social, economic, and political issues that affect our member congregations. To learn more about CONECT or to get involved, email Rabbi Schultz or visit their website here.

Do Not Stand Idly By

B’nai Israel is committed to working to end senseless gun violence in America.  We are active in the Do Not Stand Idly By campaign, working for stricter gun laws and smart gun technology. To learn more about Do Not Stand Idly By, visit their website here, or email Rabbi Schultz to get involved.