Shabbat Services

Kabbalat Shabbat - Fridays at 6:45 pm

Shabbat Morning - Saturdays at 10:00 am

Updated 5-25-21:

We have resumed Shabbat services in the sanctuary!!! 

After long and careful consideration, based upon the dramatic reduction in cases and severity, and the number of members who've taken advantage of the Covid-19 inoculations, the Board has decided to open the sanctuary once again for services.***

At this point we are not requiring proof of vaccination, though in accordance with CDC guidelines, we ask all who have not been inoculated (for whatever reason) to please wear a mask at all times.


All Oneg and Kiddush functions remain suspended until further notice.


Services times are:

Friday Evening 6:45

Saturday Morning 10:00 am.

***CBI makes no guarantee that any person who attends will not become infected with COVID-19.  Your attendance is strictly voluntary, and it is understood and agreed that you will have no claim against CBI in the event you are infected with the COVID-19 virus.  As your participation is voluntary, under no circumstances shall CBI be obligated to you, your family, or acquaintances if exposed to and infected with the virus. This emailed statement and your presence in the building hereto constitutes your acknowledgment of the risk to you of the COVID-19 virus and your waiver of any and all claims against CBI.

For those who prefer, we will continue simultaneously streaming via ZoomTo protect the sanctity of our space, ALL Zoom meetings will require a PASSWORD.  Contact the office to receive your password.

All services use the following Meeting ID:


You may also download PDF versions of the following for use in our services:

Siddur Lev Shalem: for Shabbat Evening

Siddur Lev Shalem: for Shabbat and Festival Morning

Shabbat services are Friday evenings at 6:45 followed by an oneg, and Saturday mornings at 10 a.m.


We use the Siddur Lev Shalem and pride ourselves on egalitarianism in language and participation.  All are equal in the eyes of our Creator, and all are welcome to participate at whatever level they feel comfortable.


Our teachings are a mixture of sermons and interactive text study, and questions, comments and personal insights are always welcome!!!


Dress is generally smart casual. Come as you are. 

We also hold a semi-monthly Instrumental Kabbalat Shabbat with a vegetarian/dairy pot luck dinner.