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All are welcome to join us for in-person and virtual religious services.

Scroll down to find the full schedule of CBI religious services. Please note that in-person services require advance registration. Please be in touch with our office if you have any questions. 

You can find more information about our protocols for outdoor services here.

To complete our COVID-19 symptom screener before coming to campus, click here

What's Happening This Week?

Tuesday, March 2/March 8
12:00pm Text study using this link

Wednesday, March 3/March 9
5:30pm Minyan using this link

Thursday, March 4/ March 10
8:00 am
: Morning Meditation using this link

Friday, March 5/ March 11
10:00 am: 
Parsha Deep Dive/Study using this link
5:00 pm: Kabbalat Shabbat using this link

Saturday, March 6/March 12
9:30 am: Shabbat morning services and Talmud Study using this link
5:00 pm: Shiru Shabbat using this link

6:36 pm/6:55 on March 12: CBI Havdallah using this link

Sunday, March 7
10:00 am: To Build A Day with Rabbi Justin David using this link


Shiru Shabbat

March 12
5:00 pm using this link

May 14
6:01 pm using this link


We are pleased to announce the availability of outdoor minyan services on Shabbes morning.  They will be held once monthly and pre-registration and COVID-19 safety protocols are required.  Please click on the link below to register and volunteer to assist in the service and with kiddush. 

Next occurrence: March 27, 2021

Register To Attend Here. 



Need a Siddur?


           Don’t have a siddur (prayer book)? 

       Or a chumash (book version of the Torah)?

No problem! 
Using the link below, you can download the books we pray and study from at CBI. 
Just do the following:

1. Click on this link:

2. Fill out the form, checking off “Siddur Lev Shalem for Shabbat Morning” and “Ki Tisa"

3. Click on the links to download the Siddur Lev Shalem for Shabbat Morning (prayer book) and Etz Chayim: Ki Tisa(Torah portion).

When you download the Siddur Lev Shalem For Shabbat Morning, the PDF will say "Siddur Lev Shalem For Shabbat Mornings and Festivals." This is correct!

Fri, March 5 2021 21 Adar 5781