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Full Membership Application

Whether you have been connected to CBI for years or are new, we are delighted to have you join us as a member. 

As a member of Congregation B’nai Israel, you will be a part of a progressive, egalitarian, congregation associated with the conservative movement. As a member you will have a personal relationship with the rabbis, staff, and other members of the community.

For information about the benefits of membership, CBI's costs and revenue breakdown, and membership levels and fees, please click here

If you will pay the standard dues amount for a 2 adult family, 1 adult family, individual, or dual membership, please complete this form and choose the payment option at the bottom. All standard dues memberships include a building fund payment of $170 per year for five years, so please add that amount below. You will have the choice to pay for dues in full or to divide it into several payments. You will be required to submit payment in order to finalize this form. 

If you would like to have a conversation about membership before submitting an application, please fill out the Membership Interest Form

We do not want dues to be a barrier to membership at CBI and are happy to help you determine the amount that makes sense for you. If you would like to discuss a sliding scale dues option, the membership process has different steps. Please start by filling out the Sliding Scale Membership form or the instead.

If you would like to talk with Amy Stein, CBI Engagement Coordinator, or if you have any questions before officially joining, please click on the link below.

Yahrzeit Information
It is custom of the congregation to read the names of loved ones who are no longer with us on the anniversary of their passing.  You will be notified via mail from the CBI Office of the Hebrew date of your loved one’s death unless you specify the English/Gregorian date. 

“Havurah: An Experiment in Jewish Gathering” is an initiative hosted by Congregation B’nai Israel that supports the development of homegrown, peer-led, Jewish gatherings. The goal of this initiative is to provide a platform for people to fill in gaps they experience in current Jewish programming and offerings by providing the structure and support for gathering and forming mini-communities that foster deep, caring, supportive relationships.

Viist the CBI website havurah page to learn more about the current groups:
Please indicate what groups you would like to learn more about.  

Please select a membership level from the options below:
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