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  • Rosh Hashanah Minyan - UPDATE
    • 7:00 Minyan
      In order to accommodate additional people, weather permitting, we will host our 7 AM minyan outdoors in the parking lot underneath open-walled tents. If the weather is unpleasant, due to rain or heat, we will move inside to the social hall. We understand that you may not be comfortable coming inside; this is why we hope to be able to daven outside. Our gabbai, Meir Aronowitz will make the “official” call if we will need to move inside. If we do move inside on Day 1, we will nevertheless aim to daven outside on Day 2
    • 9:15 Minyan
      Registration for our 9:15 Minyan is now closed. If you haven't yet reserved a seat, please join us for our 7 AM minyan or contact us in the office should you need further assistance.
  • Men's KBI Mikvah Usage - UPDATE
    With safety and COVID considerations being of paramount importance, the KBI Mikvah will unfortunately not be available for use by men on Erev Rosh Hashanah this year. This is in accordance with the overwhelming majority of halachic guidance from leading rabbis and consistent with the vast majority of other communities across the U.S. We are working hard to consider if opening for Erev Yom Kippur will be possible. Stay tuned for further details.
  • Weekday Minyan
    • Join Us! Of course, we welcome you to join us in person for minyan, selichot, and hatarat nedarim following our KBI Covid Standards. Click here to register for minyan.
    • Selichot will be broadcast each weekday morning with our 6:30 AM minyan.
    • Hatarat Nedarim will be performed with a virtual Beit Din over Zoom at approximately 7:15 am on Friday morning, Erev Rosh HaShanah.

With excitement, we look forward to coming home to KBI

Heading into the High Holidays, we're ready for you to come home to KBI

We're gearing up to engage as you come home to KBI

Shul is the center of our spiritual life, so its time for you to come home to KBI

Sun, September 20 2020 2 Tishrei 5781