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Shabbat Services

Friday evenings - 7:30pm
Saturday mornings - 9:30am


908-204-1412 ext 104


Yom Kippur Kol Nidre, Tuesday, September 18th - 6:00pm

Yom Kippur Day,  Wednesday, September 19th 

Family Service, 8:30-9:00am: for the community at large and their children ages 0-10. Please note that regular services follow at 9:15.

Traditional Service, 9:15am-12:45pm: for members, their children in grades 6 and up, and member-guests. 

Services for PreK-Grade 5 will be held at 10:00am.
1:30PM-Memorial Plaque Dedication and Remembrance Service
2:00PM-Yizkor Service
4:15PM-Study Session
5:00PM- Mincha Service and reading of Book of Jonah
6:00PM-7:41PM - Neilah, "The Closing of the Gates," followed by Break-the-Fast.

PLEASE NOTE: This year due to the need for tight security, tickets are required for entry for members and any guests. 

With best wishes for a happy and healthy new year.  

Upcoming Events At CBI:

All Events
  • Monday
    Sep 24
    Java & “Shake” : A Caffeinated Way to Start Your Morning:
    Monday, Sep 24th 7:30a to 8:30a
    Swing by our synagogue this Monday morning on your way to work, grab a coffee in the parking lot with Rabbi Robert and Hazzan, and wave the Lulav and Etrog to celebrate the fall arrival of the holiday Sukkot. What better way to start the morning than a coffee, a hot cinnamon bun and a “shake” ? A quick way to touch base with nature and Sukkot, and leave with a smile.


  • Friday
    Sep 28
    Dinner in the Sukkah

    Friday, Sep 28th 6:00p to 7:00p
    Dinner in the Sukkah $25 for adults $18 for kids



Congregation B'nai Israel: One Community

CBI is a Conservative synagogue serving the Somerset Hills with warm regard for Jewish tradition. Under the leadership of Rabbi Robert Green, we are blending morals, our ethics and ideas, and working together to build one strong community for our future.

Why Join CBI

One Community—it’s what Congregation B’nai Israel is all about.  We are an egalitarian, conservative synagogue in the Somerset Hills, bringing together Jews from all walks of life.  As we gather to pray, work or socialize, you will find the atmosphere always warm and inviting with a vibrancy and exuberance for learning and sharing.

Our congregational community was founded in 1990 on the beliefs that a synagogue is not only a place of worship, it is also a place to form lifelong friendships, practice tikkun olam (repair of the world), and share lifecycle events.  These beliefs and practices still hold true today and will carry us forward into the future.  We hope you will join us on our journey.

Whatever your interests or needs, we are confident that you will find a warm welcome to join our community, and you will find a home in Congregation B’nai Israel.

We welcome people from all backgrounds and abilities and look forward to having you join us at Congregation B’nai Israel.
Tue, September 18 2018 9 Tishrei 5779