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An image of the CBI Sanctuary, showing the Windows of Wonder and the bimah. A beautiful display of white flowers is arrayed in front of the central podium on the bimah. The room is full of light.


Schedule of Services

Friday Night Services at 6:30 pm, Saturday Morning Services at 9:00 am

Friday night services are available by Zoom and on Facebook. To watch on Facebook, follow this link: 

Saturday morning services are on Facebook as well, and are also available by live stream on Stream Spot:


Live Shabbat Morning Services

CBI offers weekly Shabbat morning services in the Benstock Family sanctuary beginning at 9:00 am. These are the same services that are livestreamed.

*Technology Updates:
Facebook LIVE has many advantages but is particularly sensitive to Internet challenges. In the event of Facebook LIVE interruption, visit to view our services via StreamSpot.

Closed Captioning on Facebook Live:
To allow for greater involvement, we allow for closed captioning created automatically by Facebook Live.  You may turn these off from a desktop computer.  To do this, open Facebook and click the “down arrow” icon in the top right corner. Select 'Videos. ' From there, click 'Off,' then select 'Always Show Captions. ' You can also turn the captions on from within the iOS app by tapping 'Settings,' then 'General > Accessibility > Subtitles & Captioning.

You can also find our Shabbat schedules on our  calendar.

Live Stream

To view a Shabbat or Yom Tov service within the last 30 days, please click here.

Prayer for Healing

Each Saturday morning, Congregation B’nai Israel offers a prayer of healing during our regular Shabbat morning service. Worshipers have the opportunity to stand and share the name of those who are ill. We invite you to join us for weekly Shabbat worship so you may pray for a loved one and/or yourself at that time in our prayers.

If you wish to have someone’s name specially mentioned from the Bimah, please call the synagogue office at 727.381.4901 with that individual’s English and Hebrew name and that of their parents.

May God offer healing to all that are ill.

-The Gemilut Hasadim Committee

Tue, October 26 2021 20 Cheshvan 5782