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CABI Corners


Co-Create Community and Connection

CABI Corners are small affinity groups co-created by YOU and others in the CABI community with similar interests. Your little corner of our CABI community may share a fun evening, a deep conversation, a creative project, or an experience. Group interests are (almost!) unlimited, and may include Shabbat dinners, hiking, games, book groups, parenting topics, or…

Got an idea? Submit a CABI Corner Proposal here.
Have questions? Contact Beth Harbison at

BSU Jewish students network


CABI - Boise State Jewish Students Network

is a vibrant and dynamic community within CABI, specifically catering to the needs and interests of young adults typically between the ages of 20 to 40. This group is designed to foster a sense of connection, belonging, and engagement among young Jewish professionals who share a similar stage of life and common interests. It provides an opportunity for these individuals to strengthen their Jewish identity, build lasting friendships, and actively contribute to the broader Jewish community while navigating the challenges and opportunities of their young adult lives. Want to learn more? Reach Joanna at



The Young Jewish Adults Group is a laid back social group for young adults to enjoy each other’s company. Join us for events, meals, hangouts, and overall great times!

Learn more here



Using each selected book as a prism and a mirror of our Jewish lives, we meet as a group to discuss and enrich our personal experience as well as to reflect and examine our dynamic and diverse history.

Reach out to Dan Ronfeld here.




Genetic Cancer Risks

This corner might be of interest to you if you are 18 or older, have Ashkenazi heritage, if you've had breast, ovarian, prostate, skin, or a pancreatic cancer diagnosis.

We will begin by posting resources. In person events may be planned for the near future as needed and desired.

In the general population, the incidence of having a BRCA 1 or 2 mutation is about 1 in 400. In those from Ashkenazi Jewish descent, it's actually 1 in 40NCCN now recommends genetic testing for the BRCA 1/2 mutations in ALL individuals who have at least one parent from Ashkenazi Jewish descent because of the high prevalence rate. And while this seems alarming, the good news is that with this guideline, health insurance companies must cover it. And of course, this knowledge allows families to make decisions for themselves and their children to do all they can to stay healthy.

Sharsheret offers expertise on Jewish women and men going through breast and ovarian cancer and those who are previvors (people who have BRCA but not cancer).

Interested in learning more, contact Christine Maldonado.



Mondays 6:30 p.m. in the CABI Social Hall

Join us Monday evenings for this weekly gathering as Mahjong Mavens teach those of us wanting to learn the game. All ages, all abilities are welcome! Questions? Contact Becky Groves at



Sunday Pickup basketball!

Sunday Hoopsters are a group of CABI congregants who meet on Sunday mornings for friendly and recreational basketball matches. These games provide an opportunity for individuals of all ages and skill levels to enjoy the sport, exercise, and foster a strong sense of camaraderie.  Sunday morning basketball pickup games provide a joyful and engaging experience for individuals of all ages, uniting the community through the shared love of basketball and fostering a sense of belonging within the synagogue family.  Please email Roy for more information and if planning to attend here.

Bereavement Group


Fall Bereavement Group

This group is on hiatus until October, at which time, for the sake of privacy, it will be limited to eight members who have experienced the loss of a loved one in the past few years.  The participants commit to six sessions, on alternate Mondays from 5:30 - 7, for a total of 12 weeks.  The group will be led by a
former Bereavement Coordinator for St Luke’s Hospice.  We walk through a grieving process in a safe environment for each member at their own stage of loss.

If you are interested, contact Sherrill Livingston at

More Bereavement Resources

Coming Soon



Rosh Chodesh is an ancient Jewish women’s holiday celebrating the new moon and the new month, and it’s a holiday that in our time, Jewish women are reclaiming to observe, appreciate and celebrate in ways that have meaning to us here and now. We’ll gather, visit, nosh, learn, share and enjoy, as we mark our spot in this still-relevant and continuous journey. We’d love to have you join us.
Please bring a dish or beverage to share, and please RSVP to Betsy Russell at 

Pickleball Group


Pickleball Group

is a recreational club that brings together members of the synagogue community who share an interest in playing pickleball. Pickleball is a popular sport that combines elements of tennis, badminton, and table tennis and is played on a smaller court with a solid paddle and a perforated plastic ball.  CABI's Pickleball Group provides an enjoyable and active outlet for members of the synagogue community to come together, strengthen relationships, and have fun while engaging in a sport that continues to gain popularity worldwide.



For questions on this evolving corner, please email Elisabeth Sonersen here.

bereavement cafe

CABI Bereavement Cafe

 Social connection and sense of community are essential during the grief process. CABI welcomes those who have lost loved ones in the past few years to come together socially, to support and nurture fellow CABI members. The Cafe begins BI-WEEKLY on Tuesday, March 19, from 10:30 – 12 noon in the Social Hall.   The group will have the benefit of Dr. Sharon Katz, as our facilitator.  Dr. Katz is a retired psychologist, specializing in grief and loss. CABI welcomes drop-ins.  (Following dates: April 2, 16, 30)  Email Sharon if you have questions,

coming soon


Fri, June 21 2024 15 Sivan 5784