Through communal prayer, we open our doors (and for now, our Zoom link), to all comers. CBINT takes up the ancient and contemporary words of the Siddur (prayer book) to make our way through the days, weeks, and seasons of each year. We are the only progressive congregation in Milwaukee that supports a twice-daily minyan.
Communal prayer at CBINT is a deeply familiar, comforting routine for many congregants and the address for pressing matters of the heart for others. In addition to the expected prayers, regular elements of our services include learning, memorial prayers and prayers for healing. Hazzan Stein balances traditional and new melodies to lift our hearts, and eagerly encourages communal singing. He also trains congregants to join in the roster of service leaders and Torah readers. Whenever one feels called to attend, to be present at our service is to be seen and welcomed.