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Please visit our Online Services and COVID-19 pages for current info. We will mark the end of the COVID emergency with the "Hashiveinu" community event on Sunday morning, August 8.

Purim 5781

This year, we are challenged to create the environment for Purim 5781 to emerge as a season of fun, and a season of celebrating human miracles. After such a difficult year, we all need to let go and have fun. This holiday, more than any other, is about a raucous joy. Purim is about letting go of the masks of propriety and revealing our silliness. As you may have guessed, CSI has a plan! Get ready to lighten and brighten this heavy season with yet another unprecedented communal experience and the refreshing playfulness of Purim at CSI.



View the 5781 Purim Shpiel

Click the photo above to check out our Purim promo video, the button above to watch our Purim Shpiel, presented on Zoom on Sunday, February 21, and visit the links below to learn about our various Purim programs and community initiatives.


Megillah reading: thursday, february 25 @ 7pm

Who's ready for one of the most creative and memorable Megillah readings yet?

Our virtual Megillah reading will take place on Thursday, February 25 at 7pm, accompanied by a pictorial slideshow of Shearith Israelites "performing" the Book of Esther in photographs. Don't miss this one-of-a-kind celebration! A second, full reading of the Megillah will also take place during Morning Services on Friday, February 26 at 7am.

Megillah Reading on Zoom - Register Here

A second, full Megillah reading will take place during Morning Services on Friday, February 26 at 6:50am on Zoom at the regular minyan link


Mishloach manot

This year, we are fulfilling the practice of offering one another gifts, or Mishloach Manot, for the Purim holiday, by distributing special gift baskets modeled after our High Holiday packages! Thanks to the large corps of volunteers who are bringing these items to members' homes around Atlanta. Enjoy!


share a smile... 18 acts in 18 days

Purim is a time to tell the story of Esther and send food and gifts to friends. It is also a time to be generous and give to those in need. 

With that mitzvah in mind, this Purim Shearith Israel is organizing a community-wide campaign “Share A Smile... 18 Acts in 18 days!” Thank you to all who have performed and logged acts of kindness this month! The campaign concludes on Purim, so be sure to check out the full list of suggested ways to spread kindness and add your voice and name to the effort via our Share A Smile tracker form below.

For every act of kindness you log, an anonymous donor will give $1 to further our Ahavat Chinam initiatives!

Share A Smile - Click Here


share a smile yard signs

We are delighted to extend our "Share A Smile" campaign with YARD SIGNS, a fun reminder to engage in small daily acts of kindness while hopefully inspiring our neighbors to do the same. Because we wanted to make signs available (via a tiny QR code) for anyone in the greater community to purchase, they do not feature the CSI logo. The signs are $18 each with 100% of the proceeds benefiting CSI’s Ahavat Chinam programming. Get one for yourself and another for a friend or neighbor so you really can "Share A Smile"!

Order a Yard Sign


purim in the parking lot: sunday, february 28 @ 3pm

Don't miss our fun-filled, COVID-safe Purim experience for children and families alike featuring music, a costume contest and family games. Masks are required for all and no food will be served. Admission is limited due to social distancing protocols.

Register Here

Mon, June 21 2021 11 Tammuz 5781