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The Other Israel Film Festival

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This festival presents high-quality cinema that inspires conversation and takes an in-depth look into Israeli and Palestinian societies and underrepresented populations in Israel.

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Shaharit

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Shaharit (our morning minyan service) is currently being held via Zoom. Join BJ's morning minyan and get a spiritual jolt to start your day. Develop a daily Jewish practice, meet new people in an intimate setting, and help us make a minyan so our members can say kaddish for their loved ones. Shaharit takes place […]

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Minha

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Join us in virtual community for minha (the afternoon prayer service) as we maintain a collective spiritual practice while supporting all those in our midst who are saying Kaddish.

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A Taste of Talmud: Daf Yomi with Rabbi Shuli Passow

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Dip into the world of daf yomi (daily talmud study) with this weekly look at highlights from the past weeks’ pages. All are welcome—you do not need to be studying the daily Talmud page to participate, nor do you need any prior experience studying Talmud. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information […]

BJ Teens Game Night

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Join us for the first Teen Game Night on December 10th, where we’ll be playing an online version of the popular BJ game Codenames over Zoom! We encourage you to bring a friend.

Pop-Up Family Candle Lighting

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Pop-Up Family Candle Lighting is moving online! Join us for family candle lighting, music and opportunity to celebrate together.

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Arvit

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Join us in virtual community for minha/ma’ariv, as we maintain a collective spiritual practice while supporting all those in our midst who are saying Kaddish.

Light is Returning: Flickering Sounds for Hannukah

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Collaborating remotely, Rabbi Arielle Lekach-Rosenberg (vocals), Dan Nadel (guitar), and John Ellis (saxophone) present an eclectic selection of favorites for the first night of Hannukah, featuring music and Torah about light shining in the darkness, hints of dawn, and finding home.