The synagogue building is now closed and the gate locked, and all staff are working remotely.  You may call the office at 360-733-8890 to leave a message, as we are checking voicemails, or email us at:
We hope you’ll take advantage of the virtual worship meetings outlined below. Thank you for your patience as we adapt to this new reality.  Stay safe, and be well.
Kabbalat Shabbat with Our Clergy Team
Shabbat candles

Friday, April 3, 2020  5:30 pm

Join Rabbi Samuels and Cantorial Soloist Andrea Shupack Friday at 5:30pm as they lead our community in welcoming in Shabbat. Have your candles ready to light and your cup of wine/grape juice filled. Andrea will sing some Kabbalat Shabbat songs and the rabbi will share some words of Torah. Contact the office for the Zoom link.

Shabbat Observances For Saturday, April 4

TORAH STUDY at 9:30 am   
Join Rabbi Samuels on Saturday morning at 9:30 am as we discuss Parashat Tzav. Just open a chumash or look online at Leviticus 6:1 and enjoy a bit of study time with your CBI friends. Contact the office for the Zoom link.
Cantorial Soloist Andrea Shupack will lead her regular First Saturday Contemplative Service on Zoom at 10:30 am. She’ll share the special siddur on the screen so you can follow along. Please join us, and feel free to come with your coffee and in PJs if you want. Let’s enjoy relaxing music and a restful Shabbat together. Contact the office for the Zoom link.

Pesach 2nd Night Seder
April 9, 2020   5:30 pm
Join Rabbi Samuels and Cantorial Soloist Andrea Shupack for a condensed Seder on the 2nd night of Passover at 5:30 pm. Next week we will send out the Zoom link as well as a link to an online version of the haggadah we have been using each year. Our “Community Seder” will feature our favorite holiday songs and will end just before the meal (Shulchan Orech). Invite your friends and family to join!

The Union for Reform Judaism has compiled links to congregations nationwide that are livestreaming their Shabbat services, click here. Find one near you, or try a few. See which one you like best!


Want to follow along and need a copy of Mishkan T’filah? This free online flipbook of Mishkan T’filah for Shabbat is perfect for just that:

It’s also available on Kindle for $5: