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Everything You Need to Know in One Place

This is our community information hub for all things related to the coronavirus and its impact to the CBY Community. In addition to posting here, we will continue to provide updates via email and social media. CBY is also developing an emergency SMS system to send critical updates to your cell phone.

To update your contact information, please click here

Current Communications:

COVID-19 Update  (Text version HERE)
From Aaron Kwittken, CBY President

COVID-19 Response and Health Update
From Rabbi Strom and Aaron Kwittken, CBY President

A Special Shabbat Message

From Rabbi Strom and Cantor Sugarman

Upcoming Programs:

Torah Yoga with Cantor Lilah Sugarman
Wednesdays at 10:00am

We will be blending Jewish music, and texts with Yoga to connect more deeply to Judaism and to connect our mind, body, and the soul. This program will be conducted via live stream. Materials to help you follow along may be found here and here.

Times Square Torah with Rabbi Strom
Wednesdays at 12:00pm

Join Rabbi Strom for a look at the current Torah portion and how it may be applied to our daily lives. Participants are encouraged to join Rabbi Strom here.

Congregational Shabbat Services
Fridays at 7:00pm

Rabbi Strom and Cantor Sugarman will lead our worship service as we strive to, for a moment, leave our worries behind and be thankful for the many blessings we have. While we cannot be together physically, we are still a community bound to each other in spirit and that will never change. Click here to join the service.

Shabbat Morning Torah Study
Saturdays at 9:00am

Rabbi Strom will lead us in conversation about the meanings, lessons, and spiritual takeaways to be found in Torah. Pour a cup of coffee, toast a bagel, and engage in conversation with your fellow congregants. Please email Rabbi Strom for link information.

Community Outreach:

As the current health crisis drags on, people, especially the vulnerable in our community, need more and more help. Our Caring and Social Action Committee is looking for volunteers who are available to help the home bound order items on line and stay in touch with their neighbors and friends.  If you are not in a high risk group, you can pick up and deliver needed items from grocery stores and pharmacies and even provide childcare.  

If you are interested in volunteering, know someone who needs assistance, or need assistance yourself please contact Melissa Cohavi or Felicia Buebel


Tips for Managing Stress
from the Institute for Disaster Mental Health

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Westchester County Health Department

Westchester Jewish Community Services
(914) 761-0600

UJA Resources for Children and Teens:
If you are in need of tutoring help for your children, the UJA, in partnership with J-Teen leadership and Hillels of Westchester, has arranged for volunteer pro-bono tutoring for any child in need of academic help. Parents should fill out this form to be matched with a volunteer tutor.

Teens who wish to volunteer in exchange for community service hours should sign up here.




Sat, June 6 2020 14 Sivan 5780