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Mindful Prayer Havurah

Remote Access Only NY

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.

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Minha-Arvit (Virtual)

Remote Access Only NY

Join us in virtual community for minha and arvit (the afternoon and evening services), and to support those in our midst who are saying Kaddish.

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Shaharit (Virtual)

Remote Access Only NY

Develop a daily Jewish practice and help us make a minyan so our members can say kaddish for their loved ones. Join us every day on Zoom, and in person on Mondays, Thursdays, and other special days with Torah reading.

June Blood Drive

Sanctuary 257 West 88th Street, New York, NY

Save a life and donate at the BJ Blood Drive. Twice a year, we have the opportunity to provide this essential service to the community through the New York Blood Center. 

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Minha-Arvit (Virtual)

Remote Access Only NY

Join us in virtual community for minha and arvit (the afternoon and evening services), and to support those in our midst who are saying Kaddish.

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M’kom Shalom: A Place of Peace

Remote Access Only NY

This Zoom support group is for those who have lost a loved one to suicide. Facilitated by Rabbi Simkha Y. Weintraub, LCSW and Dr. Adena Greenberg, PhD, the support group will meet weekly on Wednesdays.

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Shaharit (In Person and Virtual)

Rabbi Rachel Cowan Chapel 270 West 89th Street, New York, NY

Develop a daily Jewish practice and help us make a minyan so our members can say kaddish for their loved ones. Join us every day on Zoom, and in person on Mondays, Thursdays, and other special days with Torah reading.

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Minha-Arvit (Virtual)

Remote Access Only NY

Join us in virtual community for minha and arvit (the afternoon and evening services), and to support those in our midst who are saying Kaddish.

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Shaharit (Virtual)

Remote Access Only NY

Develop a daily Jewish practice and help us make a minyan so our members can say kaddish for their loved ones. Join us every day on Zoom, and in person on Mondays, Thursdays, and other special days with Torah reading.

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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.

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Kabbalat Shabbat

Sanctuary 257 West 88th Street, New York, NY

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

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Shabbat Morning Services

Sanctuary 257 West 88th Street, New York, NY

Passionately traditional, boldly innovative, and deeply spiritual, Shabbat services at BJ are like no other. Join us on Shabbat mornings for soul-stirring prayer infused with melodies from across the Jewish world, brought to life by our extraordinary musicians and deepened by the wisdom of our tradition, calling us to renew our commitment to building a […]

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Shabbat Minha

Sanctuary 257 West 88th Street, New York, NY

Join us in person or virtually for the afternoon prayer service on Shabbat.

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Arvit and Havdalah

Remote Access Only NY

Join us in virtual community for arvit (the evening service), as we maintain a collective spiritual practice while supporting all those in our midst who are saying Kaddish. We will conclude with havdalah and end Shabbat together as a community.

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Shaharit (Virtual)

Remote Access Only NY

Develop a daily Jewish practice and help us make a minyan so our members can say kaddish for their loved ones. Join us every day on Zoom, and in person on Mondays, Thursdays, and other special days with Torah reading.

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Minha-Arvit (Virtual)

Remote Access Only NY

Join us in virtual community for minha and arvit (the afternoon and evening services), and to support those in our midst who are saying Kaddish.

Minha-Arvit (Virtual)

Remote Access Only NY

Join us in virtual community for minha and arvit (the afternoon and evening services), and to support those in our midst who are saying Kaddish.