First Siddur

CBST’s first siddur in 1973 was initially no more than...

Machzor

CBST began observing the High Holidays in its very first year...

Other Calendared Liturgies

Every 28 years, the lunar and solar cycles of the Hebrew calendar coincide...

Religious LIfe

CBST’s move to 151 Bank Street in 1975 enabled it to hold...

Klei Kodesh

The ark (cabinet) for a synagogue’s Torah scrolls is traditionally...

Prayerbook for ICGLJ

In 1979, CBST was asked to prepare a prayerbook for the....

The Ritual Committee

By 1978, it was felt that CBST needed a more formal approach...

Religious LIfe

CBST’s move to 151 Bank Street in 1975 enabled it to hold its High Holidays services in its own space for the first time (in 1973, these services were held at a church in Brooklyn, in 1974 at the Church of the Beloved Disciple on 14th Street in Manhattan).

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Dancing with the Torah scroll(s) at 151 Bank Street on Simchat Torah, 1975.