Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events

The Post Panel Discussion with Dr. Adam Arenson

Sunday, January 21 | 5:00-7:00PM | BJ Community House

The Freedom of Press Advocacy Tzedek Minyan invites you to a panel discussion about the new Steven Spielberg movie, The Post, and the current challenges facing our free press. 
See the movie on your own, then join the conversation, facilitated by renowned American historian and BJ member Dr. Adam Arenson. All are welcome. For questions and to R.S.V.P., contact Susan.

Faith & Public Life: Study Sessions With BJ Rabbinic Fellows

Tuesdays, monthly: January 23, February 20, March 20, April 17, and May 8 | 8:30AM | BJ Chapel

Join BJ Rabbinic Fellows Sarah Krinsky and Tobias Divack Moss one Tuesday per month after morning minyan. Dive deeper into the questions we are exploring through our Faith & Public program, such as “Should We Pray for the Government or About It?”. Read more »

Stormy Weather: Addressing Climate Change in Turbulent Times

Thursday, February 8 | 7:00-9:00PM | JCC Manhattan, 334 Amsterdam Avenue

Join BJ and the Jewish Climate Action Network NYC, in partnership with JCC Manhattan’s Joseph Stern Center for Social Responsibility, at a lively and compelling evening of discussion, film clips, and a musical interlude with leaders in the climate change activism movement. Contact Les for more information. Read more »

Faith & Public Life Lecture—The Jewish Art of Constructive Disagreement: Just What We Need In a Polarized Time

Tuesday, March 13 | 7:00PM | BJ Sanctuary

Register now for the third in our Faith & Public Life Lecture Series, with Dr Jonathan Haidt. Dr Haidt is Professor of Ethical Leadership at New York University Stern School of Business. Read more »

Faith & Public Life Lecture—With Dr Yehuda Kurtzer

Wednesday, May 30 | 7:00PM | BJ Sanctuary

Register now for the last in our Faith & Public Life Lecture Series, with Dr Yehuda Kurtzer. Dr Kurtzer is President of the Shalom Hartman Institute of North America and teaches widely in the Institute’s many platforms. Read more »