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Together Again: Celebrating Community, August 16 - 18th

Save the date for a very special weekend as we welcome the community home following summer breaks and travels and enjoy a range of special events! This is a weekend you don't want to miss, and we don't want to miss you! Check out the events and register below.


friday, august 16th

family shabbat services, 5:45 pm

Families with toddlers and young children and invited to kick off this exciting community weekend with a special song and fun-filled Shabbat evening service! 

Register for Family Shabbat Services

Community Shabbat Dinner, 6:30 pm

We look forwarding to enjoying a special Shabbat Dinner with you as part of our Together Again: Celebrating Community weekend. There is no fee for the community dinner.

Register for Shabbat Dinner 

musical friday night live, 7:30 pm

Friday Night Live returns with a special musical service led by Ori Salzberg and Adam Klein featuring original and familiar melodies and musical accompaniment including lap steel guitar and violin. An oneg reception with desserts and shmoozing will take place after the service.

Register for Friday Night Live


saturday, august 17th

Stay tuned for details on our Shabbat morning schedule, which will include pastries and coffee at 8:45 am, song-filled Shabbat morning services at 9 am, Torah Study, ALT Service, and Tot Shabbat, and a kiddush luncheon. 


sunday, august 18th

back to shul bbq & games, 11 am - 1:30 pm

Don't miss our annual fair which will feature activities and games presented by Sisterhood, Men's Club, and other CSI groups and a BBQ in the parking lot! It's free and a wonderful way to celebrate community. 

Register for Back to Shul BBQ & Games

rabbi shai held in conversation: judaism is about love, 1:30 pm

We are pleased to welcome Rabbi Shai Held, one of the most influential Jewish thinkers and leaders in America, to CSI to speak on his new book, Judaism is About Love. Rabbi Held received the prestigious Covenant Award for Excellence in Jewish Education, and has been named multiple times to Newsweek’s list of the most influential rabbis in America and to the Forward's list of the most prominent Jews in the world. He is the author of Abraham Joshua Heschel: The Call of Transcendence (2013) and The Heart of Torah: Essays on the Weekly Torah Portion (2017). His new book, Judaism is About Love, has just been published by Farrar, Straus, & Giroux.

Join Rabbi Held for a close look at some of the core concepts of his book and discover the forgotten heart of Jewish theology and practice: love.

Learn More & Register Here

Tue, July 23 2024 17 Tammuz 5784