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Learn Something New with CABI and Project Zug

 CABI is excited to introduce Project Zug, an educational partnership between CABI and the Hadar Institute. As part of our new Lifelong Learning initiative, CABI is providing access to 30 online classes through Project Zug for everyone, from b'nai mitzvah to bubbies. These courses are designed to be taken with a partner or a group, known as chavrutah study.  

You choose your classes and create your own chavrutah, or let CABI help you find your study partners.

UPDATE February 12: Classes are forming for Mindfulness, Jewish Parenting, Jewish Social Justice, God Prophecy and Free Will, Vision and Spirit of Leonard Cohen, How to increase Peace in the World and others.  If you are interested in a class and don't have a partner or group, email Beth at, and we'll help you find one.

.Click here for more information and registration.

Passover Connect 5780/2020

Have extra seats to fill at your Seder table? Need a place to go for a Seder? 
CABI can help!

Follow this link to fill out a form to help us match you with your new Passover friends. 

Once you submit the form, our Pesach yentas will work to find a good fit and contact you. 

Don't wait! Last day to submit is Thursday, March 30th

Essential Judaism and Prayer Hebrew Courses Starting February 1st

Essential Judaism is a course for anyone interested in the religious traditions, everyday practices, philosophical beliefs, and historical foundations of Judaism.

February 1 to June 20
Shabbat Mornings 8:30 a.m. to 9:45 a.m.

$150 for dues pledging members, $275 for non-members.

Fees include most materials. Scholarships are available; no member will be turned away for inability to pay. Contact Beth Harbison at

REGISTER for Essential Judaism
Registration closes Friday, February 21

Prayerbook Hebrew 1 is a course for for beginner and intermediate Hebrew learners who want to gain confidence in reciting prayers and blessings, better understand the meaning of prayers, and more actively participate in the prayer service. Basic Hebrew will also be covered for beginners. 

Session 1 -   February 1 through April l4
Shabbat afternoons -  1:00 - 2:30 (following kiddush).

$108 for dues pledging members, $200 for non-members.

The fee covers classes only. Books and materials are extra. Scholarships available. No member will be turned away for inability to pay. If you were enrolled in this class last year, please contact Leigh before enrolling at

REGISTER for Prayerbook Hebrew 1
Registration closes Friday, February 21

Congregation Ahavath Beth Israel Teens  (CABIT)

CABIT is an inclusive, supportive, fun-filled, teen-led community for 7th - 12th grades.

We are also part of NFTY North West.

For more information click here.


Fri, February 28 2020 3 Adar 5780