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CBE is a spiritual, cultural, and intellectual hub for Jewish life

Congregation Beth Elohim, fondly known as CBE, offers authentic, meaningful and outside the box Jewish experiences for those in our Brooklyn community and beyond.

We are deeply committed to education for all ages, community-building, spiritual life, and social justice. We are inspired to learn about our tradition while we engage with the present and positively impact our future. Our Reform congregation welcomes seekers from all Jewish movements, from other faiths, and at all levels of Jewish experience, including those who are new to our traditions and those who are questioning.

High Holy Days 2017

High Holy Days 2017

Everything you want to know about the High Holy Days at CBE!

Register for the URJ Biennial 2017

Register for the URJ Biennial 2017

Help us reach our goal of 50 CBE attendees!

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After School Centers

After School Centers

Register for After School Fall 2017 at one of our 3 locations:

At CBE    PS 39    PS 295

CBE is a Place To


Come Together<br/><i>Beit K'nesset</i>

Come Together
Beit K'nesset

Open to people from all backgrounds and faiths, CBE is a hub for members and the community at-large. In good times and bad, we celebrate with and support one another.

Learn<br/><i>Beit Midrash</i>

Beit Midrash

From early childhood through adulthood, CBE offers ample learning opportunities for all ages and stages.

Spiritually Connect<br/><i>Beit Tefilah</i>

Spiritually Connect
Beit Tefilah

Dedicated to honoring Reform Jewish traditions, CBE provides a comfortable spiritual home for all who come through our doors.

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CBE NEWS: What's Happening in Our Community

After Charlottesville - A Statement from Senior Rabbi Rachel Timoner

To My CBE Community, At the funeral for 32-year-old Heather Heyer, may her memory forever be a blessing, Heather’s mother […]

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Eric Adams Stays the Night in CBE Shelter

Brooklyn Borough President, Eric Adams, spent a night in the CBE shelter. Here’s what he had to say on Instagram […]

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New Yorkers Rediscover Activism in the Trump Presidency Era

This New York Times article shows our community’s fight for social justice and activism in Brooklyn.

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The Sukkah as Metaphor: A Brooklyn Shul Addresses the Refugee Crisis

Tablet discussed how CBE’s Sukkah, which featured educational materials from HIAS, was especially designed to bring awareness about the world […]

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