Welcome to Congregation B’nai Israel. We’d like to tell you about our congregation and invite you to join us.
Meet our Rabbi, Staff and Members!
We invite you to contact the CBI office at (714) 730-9693 or email@example.com to make an appointment to meet Rabbi Spitz and our staff to learn about our Preschool, Religious School, Youth programs, worship services, adult education, social action opportunities, family events and social programs. Click here to learn more about our Rabbi and staff.
Attend a Service or Event
We would love to have you join us for any of our services or events. Shabbat services are held every Friday night at 6:00 pm and Saturday morning at 9:30 am. (See below for what to know about our services.) Join us for our weekly Kiddush lunch after services Saturday morning to enjoy a meal with some of our members. Weekday minyans are held on Sundays at 9:10 am at CBI and Wednesdays at 7:00 am in a private home. We often have alternative Shabbat services and celebrate all of the Jewish holidays. Social events, classes, lectures, and other group activities take place every week. Check the Calendar for a list of upcoming services and events.
Become a Member
Our members have a voice in shaping our community and demonstrate their commitment to CBI’s future, to Judaism, and to bringing wholeness to our members, our community and the world. We welcome you into our congregation. We are an inclusive congregation, welcoming of all ethnic and lifestyle diversities.Click here for additional information on interfaith families.
Please spend some of your time working with us in the community: Donating blood through our Red Cross Blood Drives, serving meals to the needy, or helping within CBI. Click here to see how you can help.
Your gift to Congregation B’nai Israel helps us further Jewish values and bring wholeness to our members, our community and the world. Click here to Donate now.
About our Worship Services
Our main services are traditional and mostly lay led. We are an egalitarian community, and welcome both men and women to wear a head covering during services. Both men and women also wear a tallit if they choose. We encourage our congregation to dress how they feel most comfortable for Shabbat services. Often times, people feel more comfortable dressing up for Shabbat, but we are welcoming of less formal attire as well. Children are invited to stay with their parents in the sanctuary. We have a “Pray and Play” room for adults to be able to see and hear the service while with a child who is playing a little too loud for the service, and often provide child care on Shabbat mornings.