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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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Mishnah After Minyan

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Join Rabbi Rebecca Weintraub on Tuesday mornings as we explore Mishnah Brakhot: the first tractate of the six books of Mishnah and the beginning of our oral Torah. 

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“Soul Food” Lunch and Learn with Rabbi Felicia Sol

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Open up your soul to the nourishment and challenge of the Hassidic rabbis. Join Rabbi Felicia Sol as we study Netivot Shalom, Rabbi Shalom Noach Berezovsky, a 20th c. Slonimer Rebbe. Each class will stand alone, so new participants are always welcome. No prior knowledge is expected.

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Powered by Courage

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Powered by Courage is a series featuring Palestinian civil society leaders Rabbis Matalon, Sol, and Passow met while traveling with Encounter in the West Bank and East Jerusalem. This will be in conversation with eight of our fellow Jewish leaders. 

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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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Mindful Prayer Havurah

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We invite you to join this havurah, led by Jonathan Silver, as we search for deeper kavannah (intention) in our prayers, ritual practice, and weekly Torah portion.

BJ Teens High School Seniors & BJ College Students Panel

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Calling all BJ High School Seniors and BJ College Students! You are invited to a special panel where BJ College Students and High School Seniors can chat about what is to come in the next few years.

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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.