More than ever, we want to make prayer and gathering as a community as simple and safe as possible for our congregants and guests. Participation in our services is available in a number of ways.
CBI services are livestreamed and/or on Zoom. By participating on the bimah or online, you are consenting to your image appearing on the video feed.
Click here to access the CBI Livestream Channel on YouTube.
Zoom links can be found in CBI emails or by contacting the Clergy Office.
Shabbat @ CBI
We invite you to join us for our weekly Shabbat services.
Kabbalat Shabbat – Friday Evening on Zoom
5:30 p.m. November through March
6:00 p.m. April through October
We welcome Shabbat with joyous song and prayer.
Shabbat Service – Saturday Morning on Zoom and Livestream
Rabbi Isenberg and Cantor Wallach lead a Shabbat morning prayer gathering from our sacred sanctuary.
Havdalah – Saturday Evening prerecorded on Livestream
At the conclusion of Shabbat, please experience Havdalah at your leisure with this recording of Rabbi Isenberg and Cantor Wallach welcoming the new week!
Don’t have a siddur at home?
For Shabbat services, CBI uses Siddur Sim Shalom for Shabbat and Festivals and Etz Hayim Humash. (As an alternative, you may also enjoy Siddur Lev Shalem.)
There are several ways you can follow along:
- You may purchase your own copy from the Rabbinical Assembly: Siddur Sim Shalom / Etz Hayim Humash / Siddur Lev Shalem
- You may borrow copies of Siddur Sim Shalom and Etz Hayim Humash from CBI. Please stop by the Clergy Office to sign out a copy.
- In these extraordinary times, the Rabbinical Assembly is making PDF files of siddurim available on request. Please click here for form to download E-Siddur.
Daily Minyan @ CBI
Help make a minyan! Our daily minyan offers an intimate, informal setting for brief moments of prayer to bookend the day and helps ensure that mourners are able to say kaddish.
Morning Minyan – Monday & Thursday on Zoom
Evening Minyan – Sunday through Thursday on Zoom