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Rosh Hashana | Yom Kippur | Yizkor | Tashlich

Services will be held in person and mirrored online via our livestream and Facebook Live. (Reminder: our livestream is more reliable than Facebook.)

Per current CDC guidelines, masks are recommended for all services. We will  have a separate area of the sanctuary that will be mask only.

 Book of Remembrance | Make a Yizkor Pledge | Downloadable High Holidays Schedule | Downloadable Sukkot Schedule | Step Up for CBI

Shabbat Shuva Service Schedule

Learn about our Shabbat Shuva services by using the links below:

Friday, September 30
Friday Evening Shabbat Shuva Service at 6:30 pm
Candle Lighting at 7:00 pm

Saturday, October 1
Saturday Morning Shabbat Shuva Service at 9:00 am

If you're unable to attend, watch online here or on Facebook Live.

Shabbat Shuva Links from Rabbi Philip Weintraub:

Book of Remembrance

Our tradition teaches us to honor the memory our departed loved ones during Yizkor services on Yom Kippur as well Shemini Atzeret, Pesach and Shavuot. 

Click here to download our Book of Remembrance.

Yizkor Appeal

The Yizkor service provides us the opportunity to pause and reflect upon the memory of loved ones no longer with us.  We express our hope the deceased rest in peace under God’s divine protection. We pledge to give tzedakah in their memory and, as we honor their memory, we help CBI secure its future.

Make your Yizkor pledge here.


View our complete Sukkot schedule here.


Register here for time in the Sukkah.

Fri, October 7 2022 12 Tishrei 5783