For Adults

Lehrhaus Judaica Adult Education Program
CBST offers classes ‎in Jewish practice, text study, liturgy, Jewish thought and history. We ask the questions that challenge, trouble and inspire us; and in ‎so doing, create an intimate community of learners. We study Judaism on our ‎own terms and claim its sacred texts to honor our own life experience. In this way, we take our place among the countless generations of Jewish ‎learners and become part of the ongoing narrative of Jewish life.‎ Courses and special classes are taught by our clergy team and invited teachers.

Rabbi Sharon Kleinbaum, Senior Rabbi
Rabbi Yael Rapport, Assistant Rabbi
Rabbi Marisa James, Director of Social Justice Programming
Rabbi Mike Moskowitz, Scholar-in-Residence for Trans & Queer Jewish Studies
The Cooperberg-Rittmaster Rabbinical Interns, Deborah Megdal and Ben Dyme
The Cooperberg-Rittmaster Pastoral & Educational Intern, Atara Cohen

Oneg Programs, after Friday Evening Services
Check the CBST.org calendar learning sessions following our Kabbalat Shabbat Services. Topics may include Q&As with guest speakers, ‎politics, readings with authors, open mic performances, and much more! ‎

Connie and Ruthie Scholar-in-Residence Program
Each year, CBST members Ruthie Berman and Connie Kurtz's, z"l, living legacy brings a scholar to CBST for one weekend per year to bring Torah and teachings on a topic dear to their and our community’s spirit of Jewish learning.