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Thank You  - Reminder to Renew Electronic Contributions

As part of our CABI family, we appreciate all those who have set up electronic contributions of support throughout the year.  As we have entered the new Fiscal Year for the Congregation, your 2021-2022 scheduled contributions are now complete, and it is time to set up the electronic contributions for the 2022-2023 year with CABI.  Thank you for your continuing efforts and support for our foundation of Jewish life in Idaho through our historic congregation.

Click here to renew your electronic contributions.  Below is a step by step guide on how to renew your annual pledge.

Project ZUG Registration Now Open

Get ready for High Holy Days!

Project Zug, in partnership with CABI, will offer a special Elul Learning Cycle, a new High Holiday-themed course entitled “The Days of Awe and Fear”. We will kick off with a live virtual lecture with Rabbi Avi Strausberg, and then, over the following four weeks, you and your havruta will dive into related texts from Tanakh, Talmud, Mussar, and Hasidut. Learning will conclude with another live virtual lecture before Rosh Hashanah. 
Project Zug ( is an online havruta (paired) learning platform, which empowers Jews to take ownership over their learning  through weekly one-on-one learning. 
Project Zug is for Jews of all backgrounds and allows you the flexibility to learn on your schedule from the comfort of your own home! 

When you use registration code "CABI", you  register free of charge.  If you would like to support CABI in this partnership, we welcome your donation HERE. 

New at CABI this Summer!

  • 20s and 30s Group - Spend time getting to know other 20s and 30s somethings from the CABI community.  For more information contact Ariana here.
  • CABI Littles - CABI and PJ Library are collaborating to create fun activities for families with children under the age of three.  For more information contact Kali here.

Volunteers needed!

CABI needs you! Do you have 1-2 hours a week to help YOUR community?  Want to meet more community members?  Want to make an impact?  If so, please consider volunteering for the following:

  • Networking with young professionals and Boise State Jewish students club members
  • Community building and outreach
  • Social Justice events/activities
  • Tailgating with the Boise State Jewish Students Club at a Boise State football game in the CABI bus
  • Maintaining the CABI bus and developing a plan on where to take the bus in the Treasure Valley
  • Being a CABI tour guide
  • Networking/scheduling playdates for parents with toddlers at the CABI Cafe
  • Cleanup, organize, and spruce up CABI
  • Grant writing
  • Fundraising and Development
  • Keeping CABI safe and secure
  • Planning our 128th Anniversary celebration in February 2023
  • Working in CABI’s gift and apparel shop
  • Gardening and landscaping at CABI
  • Cemetery plot management
  • Help in planning and executing major Jewish holiday events/activities

Please email Roy Ledesma ( if you are interested in being a volunteer.

Shabbat Services at CABI

FRIDAY, August 12
6:00 PM | In person and  Live Streaming Services are available.  To view streaming services click here.

SATURDAY, August 13
10:00 AM | In person and Live Streaming Services are available.  To view streaming services click here.


The CABI Board of Trustees has adopted a new policy regarding the health and safety of our community. As of Wednesday, March 16, CABI will have returned to in-person activities. As of July 11, 2022, we have updated the masking requirement due to a large spike in COVID-19 cases in the Treasure Valley. The requirements are:

  • Proof of vaccination will no longer be required.
  • Masks required for indoor gatherings.
  • Masks are welcome anywhere on the CABI campus for anyone wishing to wear them.
  • Please do not attend any in-person events if you have a cough or cold or flu or COVID symptoms.
  • During periods when masks are optional, a mask only section is available in the sanctuary for those wishing to sit among only masked congregants. Masks are required in this section.

We are eager to see our CABI family in person again and encourage you to join us!  However, for those who want to view remotely, streaming of Shabbat services will continue for the time being.

This policy will be modified as needed by the Board of Trustees.

We hope to see you at Shabbat services!


The CABI Board of Trustees

Services will be livestreamed on CABI’s YouTube channel.

Sat, August 13 2022 16 Av 5782