Thousand Turkey Challenge 2020
Please join us in supporting the 2020 Turkey Challenge and helping WSCAH provide 5,000 families with a Thanksgiving meal.
Wednesdays with Hadar- Unit 2B How to Question Authority with Rabbi Avi Killip Is there a right way to question authority? Should I speak out on every issue or choose my battles? What role should shame and humiliation play? When can I leverage power-dynamics, and when should I just keep quiet? Together we will explore […]
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.
Through meditation, text study, and discussion, we will dive deeply into the themes of Hannukah, the festival of light, and walk away with tools to support us all season long.
This new series focuses on the complex relationship between the US and Israel through different lenses, including political and culture.
Thousands of Jewish children attending Ultra-Orthodox and Chassidic yeshivas are being denied a basic education. Join JCC Social Justice Activist in Residence Ruth Messinger for a discussion on this important topic.
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.
Join us as we bring the Shabbat of Hanukkah to a close with havdalah and a communal lighting of the Hanukkiah. While this will be broadcast on Facebook, in-person registration is required and limited due to state safety guidelines.
Join Aviv at B'nai Jeshurun, the Marlene Meyerson JCC Manhattan, Grad Network: Powered by Columbia/Barnard Hillel and fellow 20s and 30s for a pop up Hanukkah extravaganza! Listen to some Hanukkah music while enjoying hot chocolate and sufganiyot (jelly donuts).
With light settling into the darkness of night, bring your day to a close with a rooting meditation with Rabbinic Fellow Grace Gleason. Together, we'll focus on cultivating resilience, connecting to inner light, and embracing the luminous darkness.
Join Rabbi Felicia Sol as we begin a new Jewish month, celebrating Rosh Hodesh Tevet with light, learning and a lehayim. Have your Hanukiyah ready to not only publicize the miracle of the light, but also to let it in.
Join us for this splashy, special musical revue as BJ’s K-4th grade actors shine on stage and help us celebrate a very happy Hanukkah.
How can we meaningfully rededicate our homes with the values we hold dear? Join Cantor Dave Mintz for a study of the commonly-used texts for a Birkat Habayit and explore ways that we can each update the text for ourselves.
In this special session of her weekly Daf Yomi class, join Rabbi Shuli Passow for a glimpse at what Talmud study is like. This class is perfect for those who are curious about giving Talmud study a try. No prior experience required Register Now After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about […]
Join us for a Zoom screening of THE PARTY HOP and a Q&A with playwright, Natalie Margolin and Emma Miller!
Join us for an evening filled with deliciousness as we celebrate the eighth night of Hanukkah with the always-hungry modern mensch himself, Jake Cohen!
What has been happening to us for the past 8 months? How does this endless crisis impact our thinking, our emotions, our ability to focus? What is happening for us and for our children?
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.
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 […]
Join BJ members Betsy Diamant-Cohen and Stuart Cohen as they tell their stories about their time in the Soviet Union, where they came into contact with both Jewish refuseniks (Russian citizens who were denied permission to emigrate to Israel) and the KGB.
In this session, BJ member Dr. Taylor Jones will give a gentle introduction to Jewish languages, from Hebrew to Yiddish, Ladino, and others. We will talk about the history and development of Jewish languages, and about common misconceptions about them.
BJ’s 2022-2023 membership season is underway. Our spiritual and social justice work together has never been more vital, and if you’ve been joining us on Shabbat and consider us your spiritual home, we hope you consider becoming a member, no matter where you live.