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L’shana Tova! Wishing you and your loved ones a Happy and Healthy New Year! Thank you for being a part of our CBI community. We look forward to celebrating 5782 with you! Please review the information below and fill out all the appropriate forms whether you are joining us in person or online. We are here for you if you have any questions.

May 5782 be a good and sweet year for us all!

Rabbi Charlie

Important Details


Schedule of Events

Additional Forms

General Information Member Registration Schedule Yizkor Memorial Tribute
CHAI Hopes Sponsorships Visitor & Guest Registration Selichot Weekend Letters to Schools 
COVID Policies Childcare Registration   Traveling During HHD?
Selichot Reflection Booklet Youth (K-5th) Activities Registration   Fill the Pantry Food Drive

General Information 

Personal Preparation

Selichot Reflections Booklet - This is our time to prepare for the Days of Awe when we stand before God and pray that we will indeed be blessed with life for another year.  As we turn inward, let us pause and look deep into our souls so that we can examine all aspects of our lives. This booklet is designed to assist with your reflections. Please meditate or draw, write or color, or otherwise prepare for these Days of Awe in the best way that works for you.  

Worship Services

We are delighted to host services at our synagogue and online. We encourage you to join us according to your comfort level. We are happy to have Student Cantor Hallie Weiner celebrating with us throughout the Days of Awe once again. If you are joining us in person, please arrive early to help us ensure everyone is comfortably seated before we begin.


Student Cantor Hallie Weiner 

Cantor Hallie is a native of Los Angeles and a cantorial student at the Academy for Jewish Religion in California. She received degrees in vocal performance from Northwestern University and the Regional Conservatory of Paris. Hallie is the Cantorial Intern at Temple Emanu-El. She loves to bring joy to her community through music and learning. Cantor Hallie is thrilled to serve Congregation Beth Israel for the Yamim Noraim this year. She hopes to bring a sense of comfort and community in these times of isolation and fear. She enjoys spending time with her husband Willie, her son Jake, and two dogs Maxie and Marley in her free time. 



CBI members in good standing receive seating for High Holy Day services as part of their membership. Seats are available for immediate relatives and children of CBI members who are visiting at no cost. 

A limited number of seats are available for non-members with the following donation:

  • Individual $360 - Includes 1 adult seat plus as many seats needed for children 12yrs and under
  • Couple $540 - Includes 2 adult seats plus as many seats needed for children 12yrs and under
  • Family $720 - Includes 2 adult seats and as many seats needed for dependent children (up to 25yrs)
  • Zoom $90 - For non-member families to participate. 
Check-in will begin 1-hour before services.
If you have questions regarding the cost of High Holy Day events, please contact our Treasurer at   If you have questions regarding the logistics of our High Holy Day events please contact us at
We want you to join us during this sacred time.

Youth services

We are once again offering our youth a relevant, educational, and engaging High Holy Days experience. 

We offer age-appropriate services and activities for all youth from Kindergarten through 5th Grade during our morning services on Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. Please make sure to register your children so we know how many to plan for.

We rely on volunteers to facilitate our youth programs and services. Adults, high school students, and middle school students can volunteer. If you're able to help for a 45-minute time slot during services, please sign up during registration.



For a complete list of Sponsorship opportunities, please see our CHAI Hopes page. For a general sponsorship, a donation of $180 entitles you and your immediate family to one (1) reserved parking space for all High Holy Day services and be recognized at our luncheon! 

Help needed

At CBI, we value participation and the understanding that we are all responsible for each other. Please help make these High Holy Days a success by sharing the responsibility of filling one or more needs. When registering for High Holy Day Events, please complete the volunteer section.


Spaces are limited. Parking is permitted at the church across the street. If possible, we ask that you carpool with friends and family. Please remember, there is no parking on Pleasant Run Road.


Before you register, please read through all the information below. If you have questions regarding the logistics of our High Holy Day events please contact us at
It is a long-standing policy at CBI never to turn anyone away because of financial hardship and we remain committed to this value. This is especially true for services and meals during our High Holy Days. If you have questions regarding the cost of High Holy Day events please contact Rabbi Charlie at or our Treasurer at  


Sun, October 24 2021 18 Cheshvan 5782