Celebrate with us!
Join Congregation B’nai Israel, our clergy, our members and the community for a meaningful and spiritual High Holy Day experience. We are excited to welcome you back into our Cohen/Friedkin sanctuary to celebrate the High Holy Days with us so we can begin the New Year together with sweetness, health and happiness.
We kindly ask that CBI members register for services for your family as well as your guests by filling out a Member Admission Request Form.
We kindly ask that Community Guests register for services by filling out a Community Admission Request Form.
If you are joining us virtually for High Holy Day services via livestream on our YouTube channel and would like to follow along in a machzor (prayer book):
CBI Members should have your new decal on your windshield.
Guests: Parking passes for Member Guests and Community Guests will be available as a download in your registration confirmation. Please print this out and have your parking pass visible on your dashboard. Everyone will be directed where to park by CBI Security and limited golf carts will be available for transportation. Carpooling is encouraged if at all possible.
The Union for Reform Judaism (URJ) offers a reciprocal plan for those traveling in North America during the High Holy Days for courtesy seating. Please contact Natalie Matus with any questions.
Help Make a Difference What better way to kick-off the New Year than with a mitzvah! Help us work together to make a difference!
Fight Against Hunger
Join CBI in our 28th Annual Fight Against Hunger! At the conclusion of Rosh Hashanah services, take home as many bags as you like and fill them with non-perishable and non-breakable food items. Then, on Yom Kippur, bring your filled bags to the truck stationed in the CBI parking lot.
The food will be distributed to needy families in our area through the Jacobson Family Food Pantry of Ruth & Norman Rales Jewish Family Services, C.R.O.S Ministries and Boca Helping Hands.