Congregation Beth Israel, in the hills of the northern Berkshires, is a community of families and individuals. We celebrate our Jewish Heritage,  study and practice our tradition, and search for spiritual meaning. Our community has a rich history and is inspired by many expressions of Judaism--from the traditional to the innovative.  We welcome all, Jewish families and interfaith families, gay and straight, singles and non-traditional families. Our services and social events are open to all. We welcome you to learn about uscontact usattend our services, and join our congregational family.
53 Lois Street - North Adams, Massachusettts 01247 - 413 663-5830
Founded 1893 - Member of the Union for Reform Judaism
See over 1600 photos of our community here.
 Here is the new October edition of our newsletter. It is edited by Oliver Jones
Invest in Our Future Silent Auction
Dedicated to the Education of Our Hebrew School Students and Learners of All Ages.

Our “Jewish Star” Recipients Will be Honored for their Extraordinary Service and Commitment to CBI

Saturday, October 20, 2018 5:30 PM 
Congregation Beth Israel, 53 Lois Street, North Adams

Cocktails Hour and Cash Bar ◆ Silent Auction ◆ Havdalah by Rabbi Rachel ◆ Entertainment: Paul Green and His Jazz Ensemble - “Two Worlds” ◆ Celebratory Dinner and Recognition of the “Jewish Star” Award 

Our “Jewish Stars”: Rabbi Rachel Barenblat and Susan Hogan, Board Treasurer

GUEST ARTIST, PAUL GREEN IN PERFORMANCE WITH HIS ENSEMBLE “TWO WORLDS”

Paul Green is a celebrated classical, Jewish and jazz fusion musician, scholar and teacher. His music is rooted in Jewish traditions including Klezmer.

"Like a cobra intent on doing some charming of its own, the clarinetist Paul Green weaved, darted and hovered over his instrument at his recital in Merkin Concert Hall…conjuring gorgeous sounds.” -- The New York Times

SILENT AUCTION: Investing in Our Future

Education is an investment in our future. Funds raised in our Silent Auction will directly enhance all of our educational programs, reaching our youngest congregants through a vibrant Hebrew school, as well as adult programs including lectures, classes, film nights, book groups and weekly Torah study. Let’s celebrate our 125 year history by supporting this central aspect of Jewish life and community. Participating in the Silent Auction will all help to ensure the vitality of CBI for many years to come. 
   Congregation Beth Israel 
 125TH ANNIVERSARY GALA 
Saturday, October 20, 2018 at 5:30
Website Editor - Len Radin
Photo - Len Radin
125th Anniversary Gala Committee members

Rose Ellis, Co-Chair
Paulette Wein, Co-Chair
Robin Brickman
Laura Dumouchel
Steven Green
Vivienne Jaffe
Carol Oshinsky
Darlene Radin
Len Radin
Cheryl Sacks
A few members of the Gala Committee are deeply focused on final details of the Gala celebration.
Tickets sold very quickly. Due to limited space, we can not accept additional reservations after October 12.