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Congregation Beth Israel

A warm community for friendship, learning and worship

535 Progress Avenue, Munster, Indiana 46321
Phone: 219-922-0101
Email: office@cbi-nwi.org

Welcome to Congregation Beth Israel

A warm and welcoming community, Congregation Beth Israel is a member of the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism. Whether you are looking for a place to pray, a place to learn or just a place to spend time having fun with other Jews, our doors are always open to welcome you. Please join us for services or for any programs that interest you.

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Shavuot

Shavuot celebrates the giving of the Torah on Mount Sinai seven weeks after the exodus from Egypt.
For information about Shavuot please click here

Upcoming Events

  • Shavuot Study Night
    Saturday, May 19
    Once again this year, we will be gathering as a community to celebrate Shavuot all together with learning, singing, and food. This year CBI will have a joint study session with TBE. Short classes with Rabbis Mordechai Levin, Raphael Ostrovksy, and Len Zukrow. All are welcome!
  • Shavuot Services
    Sunday, May 20
    Monday, May 21
  • Sisterhood Closing Dinner
    Thursday, May 31
    Join CBI Sisterhood for the closing dinner, as another season comes to an end. Come for the program, stay for the food and camaraderie. You will enjoy every moment.
  • Indoor Garage Sale
    Thursday, June 28
    Take a look around your house, basement, garage, and if you see something you would like to part company with – donate it to the CBI indoor garage sale. We will be selling everything except clothing. We would love to have artwork, baby furnishings, children’s toys, collectibles, costume jewelry, kitchen items, purses, old records, etc.
  • Tisha B'Av Services
    Saturday, July 21
    Sunday, July 22
    Tisha B'Av, the ninth of Av, commemorates the destruction of Jerusalem and the loss of Jewish independence in the land of Israel. A day of fasting and national mourning. Tisha B'Av has also become a time to recognize other catastrophic events in the life of the Jewish people.