October 21, 2016 • 19 Tishri 5777


Commitment to a vibrant Reform Jewish Congregation that provides life-long opportunities for spiritual growth and learning based on Jewish values.
  • We provide a welcoming environment for a diverse community.
  • We embrace and nurture our youth, recognizing them as a vital part of our congregation.
  • We continue to be a financially sound congregation with a strong, active, involved membership.
  • We will raise awareness and knowledge of Judaism through interaction with local communities.
  • We will continue to be a spiritual home united by the participation of our members.


High Holy Days Sermons

If you missed one of Rabbi Charlie's High Holy Days sermons or would like to revisit them, you are in luck!
All of the sermons are available on his website page!
L'shana tova from CBI!


Be sure to frequently check out the "Announcements."

An Evening With Artist Richard Baratz An Evening With Artist Richard Baratz: Art And Life On And...
Warm Up Winter Clothing Drive
Holiday Food Drive You CAN Help! 1 in 6 people struggle with food insecurity 1 in 4 children lives...
Information regarding High Holy Days at CBI can be found here. The deadline for tickets is quickly...
MODERN ART MUSEUM SPECIAL EXHIBITION Hazak is visiting the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth on...
Religious School registration for the 2016-2017 school year is now open. Register online here or...
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Fund for Holocaust Survivors

In 2015, JFNA launched the Center for Advancing Holocaust Survivor Care to advance innovations in person-centered, trauma-informed services for Holocaust survivors.

Additionally, Jewish Federations initiated a $45 million fundraising campaign to help meet survivor's needs. Learn how you can help a survivor in need with a donation to the Fund for Holocaust Survivors.

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