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Summer Shabbat on the Farm

Friday, 7/12

July 12th : 5:30 pm Falafel dinner for those who register

6pm Kabbalat Shabbat for all. 

Registration is Required for Falafel Dinner

Extra special happening: PJ Library Book Swap!

Bring any PJ Library books your children have outgrown

and drop them off at CSI between July 8th and July 15th

You are welcome to take a book you want for your child. 

We will have all the books out on the Farm for Falafel

Shabbat on July 12th, too. 


Join Dungeon Master Mark Kirk on
​​​​​​​Wednesday, July 24th, for the first CSI D&D Night!
No experience necessary! Registration is required.

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Cantor Jeff's Songs for Healing, Hope & Peace

We Stand with Israel

Israeli Flag

During the holiday of Shmini Atzeret and Shabbat, 50 years after the 1973 Yom Kippur War, Hamas terrorists launched an unprecedented attack on Israel from Gaza, firing thousands of rockets, breaching the country’s borders, killing hundreds of Israelis, wounding thousands, and taking hostages.

Videos show the terror of Israelis running for bomb shelters or being captured and taken hostage. Hamas intended to wreak havoc on Israeli civilians and cause the maximum amount of violence and terror. We cannot even fathom the chaos and fear running through the hearts and minds of Israelis as they fight for their lives and to protect their families.

An attack on Israel is an attack on all Jews.

Congregation Sons of Israel of Briarcliff Manor unequivocally stands with the people and Land of Israel.

There are several ways we ask you to support Israel during this tragic time:

1.     Israel Emergency Fund: (Supported by UJA – Federation of North America) to support immediate infrastructure needs and give aid to families and individuals who have been impacted by acts of terror and violence.

2.     Magen David Adom: to put more ambulances on the road and to replenish supplies for paramedics.

3.     Soroka Medical Center: to fund more supplies and equipment for wounded soldiers that have come to Soroka Medical Center for life-saving treatment and need.

God of Strength, we ask that you protect and defend the State of Israel. Let hatred be banished from this sacred land and let peace prevail. Hear the cries of our Israeli family as they run to bomb shelters or search for their loved ones and help them to find safety. Shelter them in a Sukkah of peace and help them from feeling scared and alone. We will forever stand with the Land of Israel. May peace come speedily in our days.

With Hope,
Rabbi Rosenberg


Volunteer to be a Greeter!

We need volunteer greeters in the lobby at all morning services
to let people into the building and welcome them to CSI.

For each service, there are two sets of Greeters:
9:30am-10:45am and 10:45am-12pm.

Please volunteer for specific dates and times:


CSI Online

CSI’s Campus is open for normal business and for shabbat services. Please contact us through Director Ellen Johnson, Cantor Shiovitz, or Rabbi Rosenberg at any time!  

We are offering weekday minyan on Sunday, Monday, and Thursday.  These are appropriate for saying Mourner’s Kaddish.  Visit CSI Virtual Minyans.

Join us for a Kabbalat Shabbat Online or in-person service with Mourner’s Kaddish each Friday evening at 6:00 pm, with greet & schmooze starting at 5:30 pm. 

Join the LiveStream of Shabbat Morning Services at 9:30 am from the Sanctuary, or join us in person. (If the LiveStream freezes, reload the page (e.g., Ctrl-R, F5, ↻, Refresh) and restart it.)

For Shabbat music and prayers visit Shabbat Resources.

Listen to Music of Healing and Hope collected by Cantor Shiovitz.


Adult Learning At CSI

See the complete Adult Learning line-up. There's something for everyone! It's a great way to learn something new, meet other congregants, and make some new friends, too.


At Congregation Sons of Israel...


We affirm that everyone is a stakeholder and community matters.
We nourish our deep roots. We grow. We believe in the possible.
We value diversity. We are young and young at heart.


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