We would love for you to join our CBI family! Please fill out our membership application, and someone from our membership team will be in touch shortly.
We would love the opportunity to meet you and show you our campus. To schedule a tour, please click here or give us a call in the office at 561.241.8118.
We are currently limiting our in-person Shabbat services to CBI members due to COVID restrictions, but you are welcome to tune in virtually. Click here for our livestream link.
Yes, our Gift Shop specializes in selling a wide variety of Judaica, as well as gifts for all occasions. Please contact 561.241.8118 for more information.
We have a vibrant, diverse Brotherhood here at CBI. Both are committed to helping the community along with fun programming throughout the year that supports our synagogue and schools. Contact email@example.com for more information.
We would love the opportunity to host your event. Click here to learn more.
Friday night Shabbat services are held at either 6:15 pm or 7 pm, and our Saturday morning Shabbat services and Torah Study are held at 9am. Please click here for more details.
At Congregation B’nai Israel, our clergy and staff are here to comfort our synagogue family in times of sorrow and loss. If you would like to add someone to the Misheberach list, please click here. If you would like to add someone to our Yahrzeit list, please contact Natalie Matus at 561.241.8118 ext. 138.
Our Nadel Center for Early Childhood Education (NCECE) is an APPLE accredited school and the first stop on your child’s academic journey. Click here to learn more.
We welcome families of all religious and secular backgrounds. The Nadel Center for Early Childhood Education is a warm, inclusive environment. Families choose our preschool for its educational philosophy, nurturing staff, and engaging atmosphere. We are proud of our amazing, diverse community.
Our religious school, the Barry Ira Graff School for Living Judaism (SLJ), is an ARJE accredited school and inspires Jewish children to embrace their heritage by actively engaging in Jewish learning through an experiential, hands-on approach. Click here to learn more.
Of course! We have lots of opportunities for teens to volunteer from helping with collections to PB&J sandwich-making to working with our prime members in our Generation Tech program and more. Please email Minda Shaiman or give her a call at 561.241.8118 x 119 to learn more about our current initiatives or submit your hours.
Throughout the year, we host various events and collections for local charities. Please visit our Collections page to learn more.