One Big FamilY
An inclusive egalitarian congregation, Congregation Beth Sholom-Chevra Shas (CBS-CS) strives to promote Jewish values - encouraging the religious, educational, and social growth of our members by offering a variety of interactive religious services, educational opportunities, and social events with the aim of strengthening the entire community and enriching the life of each member. CBS-CS works to engage and support people from all walks of Jewish life, regardless of knowledge or background. Members of the larger community are welcome to attend services and participate in the many educational, holiday and social events offered.
CBS-CS is an egalitarian Conservative congregation affiliated with United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism. CBS-CS is dedicated to the active participation of its members in all areas of synagogue life. As an inclusive congregational family, we strive to promote Jewish values – encouraging the religious, educational, and social growth of our members.
We meet people where they are - Ba’asher hu sham.
We value collaboration - Shutafut.
We see Jewish life as a blend of tradition and innovation - Masoret/Hidush.
We see a Sacred Covenant at the heart of the congregation’s life - Brit.
We cultivate a multiplicity of paths in Jewish life - Kol Netivoteha Shalom.
President - Jeff Stanton
Executive Vice President - Jarrod Bagatell
Adult Education - Bob Tornberg
Finance - Jonathan Adler
House - Kevin Porter
Ritual - Joan Bordett
Youth & Education - Dina Pettiford & Amy Pierce
Membership - Sarah & David Reckess
Corresponding Secretary - Joely Kuss
Recording Secretary - Barbara Davis
Euni Balanoff, Allan Birnbaum, Jennifer Cohen, Emory Creel,
Joseph Dhara, Hanah Ehrenreich, Ora Jezer, Robin Young
Marcia Cohen & Nance Wilson
The value of membership in CBS-CS is the value of belonging to a Jewish community that provides its members with the level of engagement and support that each individual wants and needs. For many members, it is about friendship and activities with friends. For others, it is about access to religious services and a rabbi. Still, others value the Religious School programs and a place for their children to have enriched Jewish experiences with children their own age. Whatever your need, we strive to find a place for you.