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Corpus Christi Community Religious School

Religious SchoolCorpus Christi Community Religious School has an enthusiastic staff of both professional and lay teachers. We provide an innovative and meaningful learning experience in both Hebrew and Judaic study for pre-schoolers through confirmation. Our religious education takes place on Sundays. Please contact the temple office for details about enrolling your child in our school.

Adult Education

The adult education committee works with the Rabbi to develop and provide a high-quality programing that fosters the commitment of Jewish adults to life-long learning.

Every Saturday, our Rabbi leads a group of interested adults, both Jewish and non-Jewish, to explore the meaning of the Five Books of Moses and other classical Jewish texts. Please join us as we explore, examine, and interpret our tree of life.

The adult education committee regularly sponsors programming from 92nd Street Y. Live from NY's 92nd Street Y™ uses satellite technology to simultaneously broadcast 92Y's renowned educational and cultural programming where participants from remote locations can ask questions as if they were in the New York audience. Reference our newsletter for dates and join some of the world's most fascinating people for compelling and thought-provoking interactive discussions on the issues and events that affect our lives. 

Corpus Federation of Temple Youth (COFTY) PDF Print E-mail
COFTY Holy Cow!All teens are welcome to be members of COFTY which is affiliated with the Texas-Oklahoma region of the North American Federation of Temple Youth. Local meetings are supplemented by periodic regional gatherings in other cities or at one of the two summer camps (which, of course, are also winterized).
Pictured: Holy Cow! Mitzvah Project built and painted by the 2013 Confirmation Class. Coins and cash "fed" to her benefit the Good Samaritan Rescue Mission which helps the needy and homeless of Corpus Christi.
Mitzvah Committee PDF Print E-mail
The Mitzvah Committee reaches out to members of our Jewish community in times of need, whether someone is sick, a loved one has passed away, or a congregant remains homebound for any reason. It is our mitzvah to deliver a home-cooked meal/food at time such as these.

Please contact us if you or someone you know needs the Mitzvah Committee's help.

It is our pleasure to do a mitzvah for you!


Sal Loeb 

Mitzvah Committee Co-Chair

Contact us: Congregation Beth Israel @ 857-8181

Fine Arts Committee PDF Print E-mail
We express our deep gratitude to the four women
who so diligently crafted these beautiful Torah covers,
which were designed by Rona Train and executed by her,
Dottie Heffler, Elinor Roosth and Phyllis Rozen.
(Click the picture to enlarge)
Social Action Committee PDF Print E-mail

The Temple Social Action Planners met and discussed taking on a variety of projects submitted by Temple Beth Israel members. The projects were narrowed down to the following:

  • Religious Action Council participation by all Temple members
  • Provide dinner and activities for children at McDonald House
  • Prepare food and deliver it to the homeless in conjunction with the Salvation Army using their canteen truck.
  • Provide assistance to congregants needing a periodic friend to visit, assist in helping them get to appointments or otherwise assist them in improving their quality of life.
  • Continue the recycling program at the Temple.
  • Assist the schools in mentoring students through the CCISD Mentoring Program.
  • Potential Mitzvah Day.

One project will be a group project designed and implemented by our young members.

The group believed these projects were high quality and within our capacity to effectively complete.

The key ingredient to our effectiveness is YOU—we need your help to help plan and complete these projects. We ask that you do the following:
please look over the list and find a project that interests you call Debbie at the Temple Office 361-857-8181 and let her know which project(s) you are interested in volunteering to help and
enjoy helping others.

We will contact you soon after. Your help is crucial to the Temple’s social action success.

                                Thank you,
                                Linda Snider, Social Action Chair


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Religious Services

In-person services our now offered to our CBI families. 
Our live virtual services will still be offered via the link below.

When visiting, we ask that you: 
Wear a mask, use sanitizer, remain 6 feet away from other groups, and stay home if you are sick.

Please read additional guidelines on our homepage.

Shabbat Services

Fridays @ 6:30pm CST
Saturdays @ 9:30am CST

Virtual Services will be held on
CBI's public Facebook Page

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