We are a vibrant, spiritual home and place of learning where all individuals can deepen their Jewish identity, engage with our community and give back to our world.


Honoring Traditions
Engaging Families
Supporting Communities


Have you noticed these changes to our website?

  • Our Donations & Payments menu has two new choices: You can submit your names for this year’s Book of Remembrance, and you can make a donation to our High Holy Day Appeal.

Make your plans for these upcoming events

High Holy Day & Fall Festival Schedule,Sep. 5 – Oct. 5: Serving members and their guests, our High Holy Day services will be led by our rabbis, cantor and choir using the newly published Mishkan HaNefesh machzor (High Holy Day prayer book). We will have children’s services on Rosh Hashanah Day 1 and on the afternoon of Yom Kippur.

Rabbi and Cantor

From the desk of our Rabbi, Marc E. Berkson. Monthly updates from Rabbi Berkson as well as notes from our Cantor, David Barash. Listen to Cantor music


Find out about our excellent Religious School and our many Adult Education programs under the leadership of Director of Lifelong Learning, Rabbi Jessica K. Barolsky. Our Library has books, magazines and other media for young and old.

Calendar and Events

Our Calendar of Events gives you the big picture for the entire month. For the details, check out the Worship schedule and Special Events schedule. Keep your eye on the “What’s New @CEEBJ” feature in the left margin of every page for a summary of all our upcoming special events.

Activities | Community | Outreach

There’s always a lot going on. Join the Brotherhood or Women of Emanu-El. We have social action programs, and many other exciting programs.



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