​      b'nai israel what happens in our world, can happen in yours

​​​​​​​​​adult education Add your voice & suggestions to maintain and create educational programs and classes for learners. Get involved in the decision-making process for guest speakers. 

Contact the office (203) 267-3394. office@bnaiisraelsouthbury.org

board of education  This committee helps our Religious School continue to provide a high quality Jewish education for our youth.  

Contact Lisa Segal or Steven Reps.

bbyo    B'nai Brith Youth Organization offers teens in grades 8 - 12 the opportunity to congregate with peers and enhance their Jewish identity. Through experiential learning and social action, they gain new viewpoints which shape the future.

Contact Gerry Klein 

caring​   Help reach out to congregants and beyond.  Caring committee members are there to help our congregants in time of personal need. 

Contact Ellen Rosmarin Zwang.

choir​  Adult and Children are welcome to share their voice in song as a way of communicating prayer and worship.

Contact Linda Goodman.

finance​  Responsible for the long-term financial plans of the congregation. 

Contact Philip Feinman.

israel advocacy​  The committee provides education, support, and programming regarding the State of Israel.

Contact Hadar Lubin.

Library   The Library offers a vast array of books on Judaism and Jewish theme in both fiction and non fiction genres. Torah study literature and other subjects are available.

Contact Rabbi Polokoff at (203) 267-3394. 


membership  Bring your ideas, creativity, and enthusiasm to develop and maintain our B'nai Israel Family.

Through personal contacts, expanded communications, and social interactions the committee welcomes and integrates new members. Contact the office.

memorials/dedications  To purchase a memorial plaque for a loved one or a leaf on our tree of life  in honor of a simcha.

Contact Eric Hall.


ritual  The Ritual Committee works with clergy and lay leadership to review the nature of the worship experiences and address changing spiritual needs. 

Contact Dawn Tendler.

social action  Tikkun Olam, "repairing the world", is a cornerstone of Reform Judaism and an integral part of the ongoing activities at B'nai Israel.  The projects and activities are constantly expanding and working on these mitzvot is a wonderful way to meet other congregants. Contact Tracy Hill.

technology ​ The technology committee serves to enhance B'nai Israel's activities through the website, audio and video recordings and broadcasts, and social media applications such as Facebook and Twitter.

Contact David Hill.