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.

BJ Teen Game Night

Remote Access Only NY

Join the BJ Teens for zoom game night hosted by Sammy Bovitz! Come for the game, stay for the laughs!

Haverim

Remote Access Only NY

Centering around the building of community in 7th grade, students will feel more connected to the BJ community, the B’nai Mitzvah process, and their peers through this trimester program.

Outdoor Shabbat Tisch

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

Join Rabbi Felicia Sol and Rabbinic Fellow Deborah Sacks Mintz outside the doors of our sanctuary as we usher in Shabbat with singing, learning, and community—with enough time to make it back home for our Kabbalat Shabbat livestream!

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.

K-2nd Grade Shabbat Morning In-Person Services

Rooftop 270 West 89th Street, New York

We are thrilled to be offering our first in-person Shabbat morning services in over a year! This service, led by Sarah Rosenthal, will feature lively songs, stories, and more for families with children in K-2nd grade.

BJ Teen Scavenger Hunt (10th/11th/12th Grade)

Central Park

Join the 10th, 11th, and 12th grade BJ Teens for a Central Park Scavenger Hunt! This team-based learning experience will bring us together to learn more about the park, it’s history, and its monuments. 

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.

Haverim

Remote Access Only NY

Centering around the building of community in 7th grade, students will feel more connected to the BJ community, the B’nai Mitzvah process, and their peers through this trimester program.

Aviv Virtual Bar Trivia

Remote Access Only NY

Looking to hang out with friends and meet fellow 20s and 30s during this time of physical distancing? Miss going to your weekly bar trivia? Join your fellow 20s and 30s for virtual happy hour with Aviv!

BJ Teens & Nigunal’e (NYC & Israel Come Together!)

Remote Access Only NY

The BJ Teens in NYC are joining with the orchestral group Nigunal’e from the Nigun HaLev community in the north of Israel to record a song! Join us for an opportunity to get to know each other.

Kickball with 3rd-5th Grade

Riverside Park

Join your 3rd-5th grade friends for a kickball game in Riverside Park! This event is open to all 3rd-5th graders at BJ—whether you are in day school, Kadima, or both.

Virtual Israel Tour

Remote Access Only NY

Join fellow 20s, 30s, and 40s for a virtual tour of Israel! 

Haverim

Remote Access Only NY

Centering around the building of community in 7th grade, students will feel more connected to the BJ community, the B’nai Mitzvah process, and their peers through this trimester program.

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.

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.

Haverim

Remote Access Only NY

Centering around the building of community in 7th grade, students will feel more connected to the BJ community, the B’nai Mitzvah process, and their peers through this trimester 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.

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!

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.

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.

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.