Recurring

Shaharit Rosh Hodesh

Various Locations

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.

Recurring

Other Israel Film Festival

Marlene Meyerson JCC Manhattan The Samuel Priest Rose Building, 334 Amsterdam Ave at 76th Street, New York

BJ is a proud co-sponsor of the Other Israel Film Festival, presented this year both virtually and in-person. Don’t miss in-depth films that explore human stories and social issues within Israeli and Palestinian societies.

Recurring

Bim Bam In-Person Fall Series (English and Hebrew)

SPSA, 263 West 86th Street 263 West 86th Street, New York

Bim Bam is returning in the fall. Bim Bam gives children under three a fun space to get ready for Shabbat through interactive English and Hebrew songs, movement, and stories, while practicing traditions such as lighting candles and saying Kiddush.

Parashat Hashavua

Remote Access Only NY

Immediately following shaharit each Friday morning, join in weekly study of the Torah portion with Marshall T. Meyer Rabbinic Fellow Aaron Leven.

Recurring

Bim Bam In-Person Fall Series (Hebrew Immersion)

SPSA, 263 West 86th Street 263 West 86th Street, New York

Bim Bam gives children under three a fun space to get ready for Shabbat through interactive songs, movement, and stories, while practicing traditions such as lighting candles and saying Kiddush. The program is entirely in Hebrew.

Recurring

Tot Shabbat (Fall 2021)

Sanctuary 257 West 88th Street, New York

Tot Shabbat is back! Join us for a monthly interactive, joyful Friday evening Shabbat service full of lively songs, stories, Shabbat rituals, community connection, and more.

Hitoreri

Rooftop 270 West 89th Street, New York

Hitoreri, our monthly teen-only Kabbalat Shabbat & dinner, is a BJ teen tradition. Teens participate in a mindfulness-style Kabbalat Shabbat service, led by one of the BJ rabbis and BJ teens, where we leave behind the hectic energy of the school week and transition into the peacefulness of Shabbat.

Recurring

Kabbalat Shabbat

Sanctuary 257 West 88th Street, New York

Passionately traditional, boldly innovative, and deeply spiritual, Shabbat services at BJ are like no other.