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Upcoming Events

The Struggle with G-d: From Antiquity to Modernity

Session 1: Why is G-d? The Trouble With Monotheism
Sunday, October 26, 10:00 AM
Pollin Chapel
Speaker: Rabbi Michael Z. Cahana

This is a series of three lectures by Rabbi Cahana about our struggle with God. In our first session on the 26th, we will discuss Idolatry and its Comforts, Fanaticism, Duality and Ethical Monotheism. While the first of three, it is not a prerequisite for the other two lectures, scheduled for November 16th and December 7th. We will have coffee and treats supplied by the Brotherhood Café! Please join us!

The Longevity Revolution

Wednesday, October 29, 7:00 PM
Pollin Chapel
David Sarasohn, Moderator

Engage in challenging dialogues with fellow congregants and friends about how to both enjoy life to the fullest and plan thoughtfully for the future.
Program Two on October 29 asks Can't We Talk About Something More Pleasant?: Baby Boomers helping parents make significant life changes & Estate Planning: philanthropy and planned giving, inheritances, wills and trusts; durable powers of attorney, Living Wills & Powers of Attorney for Health Care; Oregon-Specific Advance Directive with Dementia Provision; etc. with experts David Fuks and Steve Kantor. Learn more.

Gun Control Advocacy in Oregon

Sunday, November 2, 10:30 AM
Pollin Chapel
Miller Room

Please join Social Action and Brotherhood for a talk by Senator Ginny Burdick on gun control advocacy in Oregon. Senator Burdick has championed common-sense gun legislation, enduring smear campaigns from gun rights extremists.

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Beneath our dome is a spiritual home, a place of community and friendship, a place to be inspired through prayer, a place for lifelong learning, and a place where every person makes a difference.

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From committees to book groups, from events for those over 50 to those under 40, there are many ways to get involved at CBI and become acquainted with other congregants. Explore our website, call our office at 503-222-1069, or just show up to a service or event. Here at CBI, you will find a warm and inviting atmosphere in which to expand and explore your Jewish life.

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Watch the video above for a special message from Cantor Ida Rae Cahana

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Congregation Beth Israel’s group
for 20/30-somethings

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