We create spaces where holiness flourishes and music gives wings to prayer;
rooted in tradition and open to experiment, where people can encounter God
individually and as part of a loving community. 

Live Streams

In response to the Shelter In Place order, CBT is live streaming Friday night services. You do not need a Facebook account to watch (but you will need a Facebook account to comment or share reactions).

If you do not see the live stream after you think it should have started, simply REFRESH this page.

Shir Joy Shabbat: February 19, 2021
Shir Joy Shabbat: January 15, 2021
Shir Joy Shabbat: December 18, 2020
Shir Joy Shabbat: Nov 20, 2020
Shir Joy Shabbat: Oct 16, 2020
Shir Joy Shabbat: August 21, 2020
Family Shabbat Service: August 7, 2020
Shir Joy Shabbat Service: July 17, 2020
Family Shabbat Service: July 3, 2020
Shir Joy Pride Shabbat Service: June 19, 2020
Family Shabbat Service: June 5, 2020
Shabbat Service, p1: May 22, 2020
Shabbat Service, p2: May 22, 2020
Shir Joy Shabbat Service: May 15, 2020
Family Service: May 1, 2020
April 24, 2020
April 17, 2020
Family Service: April 3, 2020
March 27, 2020
March 20, 2020

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Weekly Services

Friday night and Saturday morning services at B’nai Tikvah are very musical and family-oriented. Services vary in style and timing to suit all different tastes and we encourage everyone, members and non-members alike, to sample them all.

Our Friday night Shabbat services include Tot Shabbat, Family Shabbat, Shir Joy Music Shabbat, Shabbat in the Park, Shabbat in the Round and Shabbat in the Amphitheater. Services begin at 6:30 pm on the first two Fridays of the month and at 7:30 pm on the third and fourth Fridays. If there is a fifth Friday, the service begins at 6:30 pm.

Our Saturday morning Shabbat services include our special Nishma service (see below) led by Rabbi Chabon, our Bar and Bat Mitzvahs and our Religious School class services. We meet every Saturday at 9:00 am in our Library for an informal Torah Study. 

Come join us! You can find upcoming services on our calendar

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Nishma Second Saturday of every month

Nishma is our innovative, musical Shabbat morning service that finds its inspiration at the intersection of Reform and Conservative liturgy, where the Hebrew is rich, the music is deep and soulful, and the prayer is fluid and creative.  Nishma is held on the second Shabbat morning of the month at 10:00 in our beautiful social hall.

If you are curious about deepening your prayer practice, check it out!

Shir Joy Third Friday of every month

Shir Joy is our Musical Shabbat service. The rabbi is joined by professional musicians on the bima who infuse our sanctuary with beautiful music and spirit. Many of the melodies used during the service can be heard on the CDs which Rabbi Chabon has created – Shirei TikvahShir Joy and Roots and Branches. Our Shir Joy service is held on the third Friday of every month.


Tot Shabbat and Family Fridays First Friday of Every Month

First Fridays at CBT are tailored to our children and families. At 5:30 we have a sweet Tot Shabbat service for the littlest members of our community, which is held on the floor of the sanctuary with songs, guitar and short prayers and stories. This 20-25 minute service is followed by kiddush, motzi, and a delicious community dinner in the social hall. At 6:30 we return to the sanctuary for a Family Service geared towards school aged kids with lots of singing and familiar prayers. Bring your families and join us for a joyful beginning to the month! 


Grade Level Services

Grade level services are also held throughout the year to give Religious School students the opportunity to participate in services with their classmates. These services are held on select Friday evenings for students in grades K-5. 6th graders participate in a Saturday morning service. This is a wonderful time for the students to practice what they have learned in class and prepare them for ‘being’ on the bima.


Everything is phenomenal; everything is incredible; never treat life casually.  To be spiritual is to be amazed.

– Abraham Joshua Heschel

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Ner Tamid, commissioned by CBT, by local artists David Casella (metal) and James Friedberg (glass)