to Congregation Children of Israel, Augusta's Reform Synagogue! We have
been serving the needs of the Augusta Jewish Community since 1845. Augusta
has grown into Georgia's largest metropolitan area outside of Atlanta. Our
Synagogue has also grown and moved several times since 1849. Augusta, Georgia
is a great place to live and our Synagogue is a great place to worship, learn, and celebrate as part of an active and caring Jewish community.
Stay tuned to this location for upcoming events at CCI.
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In 1982, Jack Steinberg, long-time member of Congregation Children of Israel, completed work on his comprehensive history of the Temple titled "United for Worship and Charity, A History of Congregation Children of Israel". This 114 page book was the culmination of more than 10 years of research and traces the history of Jews in Georgia and in Augusta. The congregational history goes back to 1846 and follows the various locations of the synogogue as well as the establishment of religious school and cemetaries. Many photographs also adorn this work.
CCI Cookbook! (click here for flyer)
Time to get Cookin!
We are back on track.
Place your ad now in the CCI Cookbook!
Patron Page ......$18
(max of 2 lines per ad, max of 14 patrons per page.
No logos, emblems or photos)
1/4 page......…… $75
(4 ½”x 1 7/8", no photos, logos emblems only.)
(4 ½”x 3 ¾”, logos, emblems or photos)
(4 ½” x 7 ½”, logos, emblems or photos)
Inside back cover Sponsor ….. $400
(1 sponsor, full color ad )
** All copy is black and white,
except for Sponsor page **
Deadline is November 1,2013
Please contact Lauren Jolles
706-863-6264 with any questions.
Thank you for your support!
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You can now make contributions to Brotherhood funds or pay your Brotherhood dues securely on-line from the Brotherhood donation page.
Rabbi Robert Klensin joined our Synagogue family in July, 2004. His personality,
knowledge, and especially his warmth have made a deep impression on the
congregation. Rabbi Klensin brings over 35 years of Rabbinic experience in
the warm tradition of Reform Judaism. He enjoys teaching, and sharing
his excitement about Judaism with others.
Rabbi Klensin would be pleased to talk personally with you about our
synagogue, Jewish community, or religious practices. You can reach him
through the temple office. You are welcome to visit Congregation Children
of Israel and meet Rabbi Klensin. Join us any Friday evening for Shabbat
services or call the rabbi in the synagogue office to make an appointment.
Usual Friday evening Shabbat services times:
- September - May
- first Friday Shabbat: .7:00 PM
- other Fridays: 7:30 PM
- June - August
Saturday Morning Services are generally at 9:30 AM followed by Torah Study at 10 AM. Watch the Temple calendar for specific information
Been meaning to join the Temple? There's never been a better time!
It's so easy. What are you waiting for?
The Union for Reform Judaism (URJ) has created a web site devoted to
the low rate of synagogue affiliation. Please visit to review various
resources as well as to provide feedback to the URJ.
This space for rent!!! That's right. You can now buy advertising in the
Temple bulletin or on this very web page. Contact the Temple for more
Click here to see photographs of the June, 2009 congregational trip to Israel.
This Week at the Temple