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CBI's Virtual Shul

Upcoming Virtual Events

Friday, April 3rd
4:30pm-5pm - Virtual Tot Shabbat

Join Rabbi Tilman and family for another special online Tot Shabbat this Friday afternoon. We'll sing Shabbat songs and tell a special story for our youngest friends so we can all still celebrate Shabbat together!

Are you joining? Let us know!


Sunday, April 5th, 12pm

Global Gathering for Hearing

Join us as the Conservative communities around the world convene for the Global Gathering for Healing. Featuring clergy and musicians from Israel, England, Brazil, and the United States, we will come together to find hope and inspiration as we prepare for a Passover different from any we’ve experienced before. This virtual event is hosted by Masorti Olami, Masorti Israel, and USCJ, along with our partner organizations across the Movement.

The 30-minute broadcast on Facebook Live will feature internationally-known clergy and award-winning musicians, including David Broza, Rabbi Naomi Levy, and Joey Weisenberg. A full list of presenters can be found here. At a moment when we cannot be together, we will connect, rejoice, and celebrate our Judaism across continents and time zones.

You can always see all our past virtual events in the videos section of our Facebook page.

Streaming Our Services

The below details will help you participate in weekly services remotely. Need the right prayerbook? Download instructions are here.

Shabbat Services

Join our Shabbat services each week on Facebook Live. You can find the videos of our upcoming and past services on the CBI Facebook Page. Remember, you don't have to have a Facebook account to watch the videos and join our services.

Friday Night Services - Each week at 7:30 pm
Saturday Morning Services - Each week at 9:30 am

Weekly Minyans

We are holding minyan as usual on Sunday and Thursday mornings each week. To participate in minyan, please use this link to join on Zoom:

CBI Morning Minyan

Every Sunday at 9am
Every Thursday at 7am

If you need a prayerbook to follow along at home, the Rabbinical Assembly has made its siddurim available in PDF format for personal use during this crisis. To download those files, please visit the RA’s website here:

For Kabbalat Shabbat on Friday night we will be using "Siddur Lev Shalem: Kabbalat Shabbat and Shabbat Evening Service."

For services on Saturday morning we will be using "Siddur Lev Shalem: Shabbat Morning."

For morning minyan we will be using "Siddur Sim Shalom: Shaharit for Weekdays."

Thu, April 2 2020 8 Nisan 5780