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shavuot night of learning: sunday, may 16 @ 6pm - 12am

Join the Atlanta Rabbinical Association in an online evening of study for the traditional Tikkun Leil Shavuot. The event will feature Evening Services and Rabbi Kaiman will present a learning session alongside many of Atlanta's religious leaders. For registration and details, visit this link.

mahzor lev shalem 

Shearith Israel will daven from a new mahzor beginning this coming Rosh Hashanah. The Mahzor Lev Shalem embraces the diverse backgrounds and expectations in our community, opening the door to meaningful prayer for every congregant through a rich assortment of readings, insightful commentary, faithful translations and plentiful transliterations. All are invited to purchase and/or donate mahzorim to CSI in honor or memory of loved ones. Visit the link below for excerpts and further details.  

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A RETURN TO OUR SANCTUARY & in-person services!

We have begun a limited capacity return to our Sanctuary for Shabbat morning prayer. CSI members are invited to pre-register to participate in-person on non-B'nai Mitzvah weeks. Click the button below to sign up and learn more. Visit this link for Zoom details for our services.

Shabbat Morning Services - Info & Registration


We are also pleased to welcome congregants and community members back to the Shearith Israel sanctuary for all Daily Minyan services (morning and evening), including Friday and Saturday nights. Registration is not required to attend Daily Minyan. All services will continue to be held on Zoom as well. Registration is required for Shabbat morning services. Please note: Daily Minyan will not take place in the Sanctuary for several days, beginning Sunday, May 10Services will continue solely on Zoom until further notice. Stay tuned for our return to in-person daily services.  

minyan ohalecha:

Minyan Ohalecha: Your Tent Minyan, is a completely lay-led service held in the CSI Parking Lot on Saturday mornings starting at 9:30am. Masks are required for all participants and the experience is limited to 12 units on a "first-come first-served" basis. REGISTER FOR MINYAN OHALECHA

minyan shelanu:

Our Youth & Family Service, Minyan Shelanu, is a 45-minute weekly Shabbat morning service led by CSI Spiritual Music Innovator Ori Salzberg held at 10:30am on the grassy lawn in front of our Education Building for school-aged children and their families. A parent/guardian must be present and pre-registration is required. Minyan Ohalecha participants may send their child(ren) to Minyan Shelanu if the child(ren) are 8+ or accompanied by an older sibling. REGISTER FOR MINYAN SHELANU


With vaccines becoming available to more and more people, all signs point to us being able to safely return to our building soon. Vaccination offers the quickest way for us to get back to singing, celebrating, and enjoying the life of our warm community together. As of right now, we know that nearly 58% of the members of Shearith Israel 16 and over have been vaccinated. Let’s get closer to that 100% together. Please let us know of your vaccination status and if you would like to assist community members in accessing the vaccine

To view our COVID-19 Vaccinations Presentation and Q&A from CSI members and medical advisors Jay Steinberg and Elliot Raizes, held on April 15, 2021, click the button below.

Vaccination Status & Assistance Form

Vaccine Registration & Locator

ZOOM RECORDING - COVID-19 Town Hall + Q&A: Wednesday, April 15, 2021 

hineini: csi engagement campaign

Hineini means, “Here I am” and it indicates readiness of relationship. When God called to Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Moses, Isaiah — they replied “Hineini, Here I am.” Your membership in the Shearith Israel community means the connection is already there. Hineini is a relationship campaign to deepen the connection between the community and you. 

We want to hear from YOU! We are looking forward to fostering connections that are fulfilling — more post-COVID Shabbat dinners, fun group activities, small-group learning and actions. Complete the brief form via the button below to tell us what brings meaning to your life, how you see yourself engaged in the various offerings of the congregation and where, if anywhere, you would like to deepen that engagement.

Hineini Engagement Form

share a smile yard signs

This Purim Shearith Israel organized a community-wide campaign “Share a Smile... 18 Acts in 18 days!” Each day we suggested an idea for a small act of kindness— a simple way to make the world a little better, brighter and spread kindness to those around you. 

Extend the “Share A Smile” kindness campaign by purchasing a yard sign! They’re a fun reminder to engage in small daily acts of kindness, and hopefully inspire our neighbors to do the same. 100% of the proceeds benefit CSI’s Ahavat Chinam programming, which includes criminal justice reform; supporting immigrants, refugees, and asylum seekers; Backpack Buddies, which provides meals to children in need; and the One America Movement, which works to bring people together across religious, racial, and political divides.

Order a Share A Smile YARD SIGN

"connection is vital": community celebration & film

On Sunday, September 13, Shearith Israelites gathered on Zoom to celebrate our community and the connections it fosters across generations. Click the photo above to view and relive the entire "Connection is Vital" event. For a heartwarming short film about the Shearith Israel community produced by CSI Spiritual Music Innovator, Ori Salzberg, click the button below.

Shearith Israel Connection: Short Feature

Wed, May 12 2021 1 Sivan 5781