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All services are in person, with the exception of Saturday evening’s Ma’ariv and Havdalah, which remain on Zoom. All services are accessible through Zoom

Please be aware of our new vaccination policy, and how to submit your vaccination card.

Regular Services:

Sundays and Weekdays
9:00 am Sunday
7:30 am Monday through Friday.

Evening services are at 6 p.m.
Sunday through Friday.
Services include Minha and Ma'ariv.

All services include the Mourner's Kaddish.

9:30 am Saturday
Saturday evening, at the conclusion of Shabbat (time moves weekly): Ma'ariv and Havdalah

If using Zoom on your computer is not possible, you can join our services by phone by dialing 312-626-6799. Once connected, dial the meeting ID # 807 570 5727. Ignore the prompt to enter your Participant ID -- you don't need one. When prompted for the password, press / dial 330742#.

Havdalah Times for July
(please join us to help make a minyan!)

July 16: Zoom opens 9:10 pm - Shabbat ends 9:10 pm
July 23: Zoom opens 9:05 pm - Shabbat ends 9:05 pm
July 30: Zoom opens 8:55 pm - Shabbat ends 8:57 pm

Thank you again for your dedication and support of our kehillah.

Rabbi Alter is Traveling

Rabbi Alter will be away from shul Monday July 18 through Monday July 25. Hazzan Stein will be present over those days with additional clergy available. Rabbi Alter will have limited availability by email and phone for urgent matters.

Calling All Volunteers!

The Chesed Committee has been busy providing meals to congregants for life events. Whether it is a MealTrain for a family with a new baby, a few meals after a surgery, or a meal of condolence, Chesed Committee is there to help.

If you're interested in helping support our kehillah by providing an occasional meal, let us know so we can add you to our mailing list. We use the list to send out meal requests that need to be filled, as well as other Chesed volunteer opportunities as they arise. All levels of involvement are welcome. It can be as simple as occasionally doubling what you're cooking for dinner and delivering it. If you'd like to help, please email Alana Platt at

Also, if you or someone you know are in need of a meal, please let us know by either emailing Alana at or by contacting Marlynn in the CBINT office at 414-352-7310 or

The Weekly Torah Portion and More from JTS

JTS in New York has been circulating a weekly Torah commentary for decades. Each week's teaching is by a different teacher or scholar. The commentaries are learned but accessible and come from a diversity of voices. They are available in multiple formats. 

This week's offering is here.   See the section entitled "Featured."

Look on this page to have the weekly commentary emailed to you and on this page to subscribe to the JTS podcast.

The weekly Torah commentary is part of JTS's extraordinary site for Jewish community learning, covering a huge range of subject matter, including lectures and courses one can sign up for. 

Any time is a good time to support CBINT, especially when you can't get in to see us in person.  Just use the Donate button.

The button will take you to our Web site where you can give us all the information we need to process your donation.  It will then take you to PayPal where you can make your payment.

You can also use it for payments on your account.  Don't choose a fund and indicate "payment on account" in the "Description of Tribute" text box.

Support the CBINT School of Jewish Studies while using your Amazon account.  When you shop on Amazon, the AmazonSmile Foundation will donate 0.5%of the price of eligible purchases to our school! 

Go to and log into your personal Amazon account. Choose Congregation Beth Israel Ner Tamid as your AmazonSmile recipient.
Prices are the same as the standard Amazon Web site.

CBINT's Private Facebook Group

If you're not already a member of CBINT's private group on Facebook, use the link immediately below to request membership. This group is for CBINT members only. 

July 14, 2022 -- 15 Tammuz 5782

New News at CBINT


Shabbat Under the Stars - August 5


This Coming Week at CBINT


Book Discussion Group - July 18

The CBINT book discussion group will meet Monday, July 18th at 1:00pm. We will discuss The Weight of Ink by Rachel Kadish.  Ann Lederman will be reviewing the book. Our meeting site (outside or inside) will depend upon the weather. If you have questions or wish to join the book discussion group, please contact Bobby Miller: 



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Save the Date!

CBINT Annual Picnic - August 30


Mah Jong in July and August

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Wednesday, August 3, 12:30 – 2:30 p.m., in the CBINT Promenade. RSVP with Anita Bensman: 414-368-3166.

Remember Loved Ones on the High Holidays

To remember beloved friends and relatives in the Yizkor Book of Remembrance, please complete and return the form linked here with payment to the synagogue office by August 8, 2022. We look forward to celebrating the High Holidays 5783/2022-2023 with you.

Save the Date: Annual Concert – Sunday, November 6 at 4 p.m

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Hazzan Stein leads an all star cast of Milwaukee's top musical theater performers in a tribute to the late great Stephen Sondheim, lyricist for such Broadway favorites as West Side Story and A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, and composer/lyricist for hits such as Sweeney Todd and Into the Woods.

If it’s Tuesday, it’s Bagels Minyan!

Start your Tuesday morning in style with Minyan at 7:30 a.m. with soulful singing and lively guitar, followed by a bagel breakfast with your CBINT community. We hope to see (and hear) you there!

Calling all CBINT Members to Volunteer!

As we re-open our synagogue for prayer, enrichment, education, and socializing, we invite you to become a vibrant and valuable volunteer. This is a marvelous way to dedicate your energy, meet new members, and bring your personal vibrancy to our shul. Please see the attached list of amazing volunteer opportunities and sign up! Questions? Contact Marlynn in the office, 414-352-7310,  


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