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Welcome to Congregation Bais Ephraim Yitzchok

Congregation Bais Ephraim Yitzchok (CBEY), under the leadership of Rabbi Zvi & Rebbetzin Paghit Ralbag, strives to be a warm and caring community that encourages davening and Torah study.  Founded in 2000 in Woodmere, NY by families from varied yeshiva backgrounds, CBEY has grown to over 100 families, all dedicated to the ideal of living meaningful Jewish lives.


Shul Meet and Greet, 12/16/23

The CBEY sisterhood invites all ladies to a Shul Meet and Greet for achdut and a mitzvah. The event takes place on Motzei shabbos, December 16th, from 7:30-9:00pm. It will be held at 718 Longacre Avenue, the home of Miriam and Pesach Nathan.


While you’re meeting new and old Shul members, we will be packaging gifts and writing letters of support to the wives of soldiers who continue to keep their families happy and healthy, while their husbands are away fighting a war in Israel to keep all of us safe.  


The suggested donation of $25 will go to an organization in Eretz Yisroel called אשת חיל, Eishet Chayal, that has been working tirelessly to send gifts, toys and meals to families of chayalim and displaced families since October 7th.  


There will also be a Chinese auction featuring a wonderful array of gifts from very generous businesses on Central Avenue to help raise funds for this amazing project.  


Please bring a favorite dairy or pareve food for the melava Malka.


The Maggid Comes to CBEY, 12/23/23
On December 23rd, Motzei Shabbos Parshas Vayigash, iy’H we’ll be having our 3rd "The Maggid Comes to CBEY" event. Rabbi Paysach Krohn will address the adults and youth of our shul. We encourage all to attend. If you are interested in sponsoring this event in honor or in memory of a loved one, please email 



We thank Chaim and Daniella Wieder who have graciously sponsored the Shul's electricity for Chodesh Kislev in memory of their sister, Sarit Marton, Sara Yuta a”h bas Efraim Menachem Mendel v'Dina Shetichyu, whose yartzeit is the 4th night of Chanuka, the 28th of Kislev.

Sat, December 9 2023 26 Kislev 5784