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Committees are the life blood of Congregation Brith Shalom.

In consort with CBS staff, our various committees, auxiliaries and groups facilitate cooperative efforts in a variety of areas ranging from sponsoring programs and events, assisting with leadership and budgetary decisions, spear-heading member outreach efforts, and offering a common voice on issues pertinent to the synagogue as a whole.

The committees and groups provide an opportunity for members to socialize, network, share information, and provide a support mechanism for a variety of areas throughout the organization.

Click here if you'd like to be contacted about volunteer opportunities at Brith Shalom.


Adult Education
(Emily Reppart)  
Assist in planning, organizing and executing a variety of educational programs and learning opportunities from lectures, films, year-long offerings, and mini-series throughout the year.

(Margaret Jelinek Lewis)
Assist outreach to bereaved families by calling, writing a note, and/or coordinating or cooking part of a shiva meal.

(David Pomerantz)
Assist with strategic planning related activities, including long-term improvement projects, capital replacement projects, and building enhancement.

Financial Affairs
(Steven Goldberger)
Assist in the financial oversite of the synagogue’s budget.

Assist with the recruitment, involvement and retention of members of the Congregation. Reach out to Erin Wright for more information.

Life & Legacy
(Meredith Segal)
Assist with encouraging congregants to participate in a legacy giving program which will ensure long-term financial health and preserve a vibrant Jewish life for future generations at Brith Shalom. 

Assist in developing strategic security practices to ensure the safety and well-being of Brith Shalom and its congregants. Reach out to Dani Roisman for more information.

Tikkun Olam
(Barbara Loeser/Laurie Silverblatt)
Assist in organizing monthly community service projects throughout the year.


(Rachel Mohl)  
CBS’s Young Professionals group providing Millennials and Generation Z Jews with socializing, networking and learning opportunities.

CBS Women
(Lyn Rosenberg-Johnson)
Programs, lectures and events for women offered throughout the year which provide assistance to the synagogue as well as encourage education, leadership, socialization and relationship-building.

(Hazzan  David Krohn)
The oldest all-volunteer synagogue choir in the United States. Congregation Brith Shalom utilizes its Choir during High Holy Days services, and other special events and services throughout the year.

Monthly programing for people ages 55 and older held Sunday afternoons. Programs vary from speakers, to live entertainment, films, dinners and bus trips to interesting locations.

Men’s Club
(Wayne Lidsky)
Opportunities for men (and women) to socialize, help the synagogue, make lasting friendships and enhance ones’ knowledge and appreciation of our Jewish heritage and traditions. Monthly Sunday breakfast speaker series provides opportunities for interactive participation on important topics presented by outstanding speakers.


B’nei Mitzvah Mentoring
(Leslie Weiner)  
Be a resource by mentoring and supporting a B’nei Mitzvah family throughout their planning process.

Wed, July 24 2024 18 Tammuz 5784