The Jews of Color Mishpacha Project National JOC Shabbaton

Remote Access Only NY

Join Jews of Color Mishpacha Project for the first National Jews of Color Shabbaton. The weekend program is designed to be communal, inclusive, expansive, and welcoming space for Jews of Color across geographic, religious/spiritual, and denominational paths.

Young Families Shabbat Morning In-Person Services (Ages 0-7)

Rooftop 270 West 89th Street, New York

Beginning in May, we will be offering weekly in-person Shabbat services for our Young Families community, led by Shira Averbuch and others. The service will feature lively songs, stories, and movement for families with children 0-7 years old.

Shabbat Nature Connection

Location given upon registration

This gathering will offer an opportunity to connect with nature, ourselves, and one another through a gentle, sensory-focused walk led by BJ members Toni Siegel and Certified Forest Therapy guide Nancy Kopans.

First Day Shavuot Picnic

Location given upon registration

All BJ members and families are invited to join us for a community picnic following Shavuot morning services. Please bring your own food and drink, blankets/outdoor seating, and any paper goods you may need. Registration is required.

Supporting Each Other While Living Alone During COVID-19

Remote Access Only NY

For those who live alone, the COVID-19 crisis has brought an increased sense of isolation and disconnection. Together, we will process the experience of living alone during this challenging time, and to learn and gain strength from one another.

Stay for Shabbat Retreat

88th Street and West End Avenue 88th Street and West End Avenue, New York

We are hosting our first ever Shabbat celebration, Stay for Shabbat Retreat, for all 3rd-6th grade family units. This event will be held in-person in NYC. Register now for a special shabbat gift!

Outdoor Shabbat Tisch

Outside of 88th Street Sanctuary 88th Street and West End Avenue, New York

Join us outside the doors of our sanctuary on 88th street as we usher in Shabbat with singing, learning, and community—with enough time to make it back home just in time for our Kabbalat Shabbat livestream!

Young Families Shabbat Morning In-Person Services (Ages 0-7)

Rooftop 270 West 89th Street, New York

Beginning in May, we will be offering weekly in-person Shabbat services for our Young Families community, led by Shira Averbuch and others. The service will feature lively songs, stories, and movement for families with children 0-7 years old.

Kulanu

Remote Access Only NY

Kulanu means “all of us” in Hebrew, and this Shabbat morning service really is for everyone! Kulanu is a fun, welcoming, and engaging space for 3rd-6th graders and their families.

BJ Teen Executive Board Elections

Remote Access Only NY

It’s time to run for the BJ Teen Executive Board 2021-2022! The purpose of the BJ Teen Executive Board is to elevate and advocate for BJ Teens, and collaborate with BJ’s Youth Educator to make improvements to the Teens program.

Supporting Each Other While Living Alone During COVID-19

Remote Access Only NY

For those who live alone, the COVID-19 crisis has brought an increased sense of isolation and disconnection. Together, we will process the experience of living alone during this challenging time, and to learn and gain strength from one another.

High School Seniors-Only Seminar with Rabbi Roly Matalon

Remote Access Only NY

High school seniors are invited to participate in a special program with Rabbi Roly Matalon. Each session will have a unique focus: bringing Jewish ritual with you wherever you go, building a new tribe outside of BJ, and antisemitism today.

Young Families Shabbat Morning In-Person Services (Ages 0-7)

Rooftop 270 West 89th Street, New York

Beginning in May, we will be offering weekly in-person Shabbat services for our Young Families community, led by Shira Averbuch and others. The service will feature lively songs, stories, and movement for families with children 0-7 years old.

Israeli Authors Discussion Group

Remote Access Only NY

Every first Thursday of the month, this group will discuss a book written by an Israeli author, facilitated by BJ members Carole Balin and Jennifer Sylvor.

Young Families Shabbat Morning In-Person Services (Ages 0-7)

Rooftop 270 West 89th Street, New York

Beginning in May, we will be offering weekly in-person Shabbat services for our Young Families community, led by Shira Averbuch and others. The service will feature lively songs, stories, and movement for families with children 0-7 years old.

BJ Teens NYC Summer Shabbaton

Various Locations

We can’t wait to come together for the BJ Teens NYC Summer Shabbaton! We’ll join together in-person for Hitoreri on Friday, and come back together for a Shabbat filled with joy, and pride in being part of the BJ Community.

Young Families Shabbat Morning In-Person Services (Ages 0-7)

Rooftop 270 West 89th Street, New York

Beginning in May, we will be offering weekly in-person Shabbat services for our Young Families community, led by Shira Averbuch and others. The service will feature lively songs, stories, and movement for families with children 0-7 years old.

Kulanu

Remote Access Only NY

Kulanu means “all of us” in Hebrew, and this Shabbat morning service really is for everyone! Kulanu is a fun, welcoming, and engaging space for 3rd-6th graders and their families.

Summer Crafting Happy Hour

Rooftop 270 West 89th Street, New York

Join BJ staff member Sarah Rosenthal for an evening of Summer crafting on the BJ roof.

Outdoor Shabbat Tisch

Outside of 88th Street Sanctuary 88th Street and West End Avenue, New York

Join us outside the doors of our sanctuary on 88th street as we usher in Shabbat with singing, learning, and community—with enough time to make it back home just in time for our Kabbalat Shabbat livestream!

Young Families Shabbat Morning In-Person Services (Ages 0-7)

Rooftop 270 West 89th Street, New York

Beginning in May, we will be offering weekly in-person Shabbat services for our Young Families community, led by Shira Averbuch and others. The service will feature lively songs, stories, and movement for families with children 0-7 years old.

Young Families Shabbat Morning In-Person Services (Ages 0-7)

Rooftop 270 West 89th Street, New York

Beginning in May, we will be offering weekly in-person Shabbat services for our Young Families community, led by Shira Averbuch and others. The service will feature lively songs, stories, and movement for families with children 0-7 years old.

Supporting Each Other While Living Alone During COVID-19

Remote Access Only NY

For those who live alone, the COVID-19 crisis has brought an increased sense of isolation and disconnection. Together, we will process the experience of living alone during this challenging time, and to learn and gain strength from one another.

Supporting Each Other While Living Alone During COVID-19

Remote Access Only NY

For those who live alone, the COVID-19 crisis has brought an increased sense of isolation and disconnection. Together, we will process the experience of living alone during this challenging time, and to learn and gain strength from one another.

Outdoor Shabbat Tisch

Outside of 88th Street Sanctuary 88th Street and West End Avenue, New York

Join us outside the doors of our sanctuary on 88th street as we usher in Shabbat with singing, learning, and community—with enough time to make it back home just in time for our Kabbalat Shabbat livestream!