Passover 5784 at Congregation B’nai Israel

Celebrate passover with your cbi family! Sundown on Monday, April 22 - Sundown on Monday, April 29

Passover is a celebration of freedom and family, connecting our past to the present. The week-long holiday of Passover, in which we celebrate our Exodus from Egypt, gives us several opportunities to come together as a CBI community. Below you’ll find upcoming service and event information as well as a host of resources for the holiday!

Events & services

Women of CBI's Women's Seder

Thursday, April 4
11:30 AM
VIP Ballroom

Passover Siyum Service

Monday, April 22
10 AM
Hollander Family Chapel

First Day of Passover Festival Service

Tuesday, April 23
10 AM
Hollander Family Chapel

Tuesday, April 23

7:30 PM
VIP Ballroom

Friday, April 26
6:30 PM
Pavillion at Red Reef Park
1400 N. State Rd. A1A

Last Day of Passover Festival Service with Yizkor

Monday, April 29
10 AM
Hollander Family Chapel


Passover Guide

CBI's Rabbi Emeritus, Rabbi Silvers, has compiled a Passover guide to help you prepare for the holiday.

Selling Unleavened Goods

As part of the preparation for Pesach, Jewish tradition offers the opportunity to sell your non-“Pesachdik” food and utensils that remain in your home during the entire holiday. The sale can be made by calling and authorizing the Rabbi to sell your chametz or filling the form below.

ways to give

Passover Collections

For our Passover Food Drive, we are collecting chametz to create post-Passover food bags for JFS seniors. Please bring your items to any Shabbat service or drop them off in the blue bin in CBI’s Admin Circle anytime on your way in, on your way out of CBI.  

You can also order directly from Amazon for delivery to CBI.

Please call or email Minda Shaiman with any questions.


Passover is a time to celebrate our freedom and remember that the Jewish people were once slaves in Egypt. With freedom comes responsibility, particularly the duty of giving back. On Passover, we ask that you consider making a special gift to CBI in honor of the freedoms the Jewish people now have to help preserve our joyful Jewish community.