Week of Events
Join Rabbi Sheila Peltz Weinberg for a morning of study and meditation rooted in the themes of Parashat Mishpatim, this coming week’s Torah portion. No previous meditation experience required.
All current BJ members are invited to this virtual Town Hall Meeting, including updates on BJ’s finances, VirtuShul programming, ways we can continue to support each other during the pandemic, and membership season and High Holy Days planning.
Anticipating parenthood? Recently welcomed a little one into your life? Join Rabbi Becca, members of BJ’s young families community, and fellow soon-to-be, or new, parents as we explore Jewish parenthood.
The Task Force is continuing their work with the Alliance of Families for Justice (AFJ) to those incarcerated in New York State and their families. Join the meeting to learn what's been happening and make plans for activities going forward.
Join us for the next session in our series exploring US-Israel relations in the past decade, with Dr. Sara Yael Hirschhorn.
This program examines how American and Israeli realities have changed and what this means for the future.
Join us for a Shabbat Family sing-along. Our own Michael Harlow, Michael Witman, and Rabbi Rebecca Weintraub will lead us in some of our favorite Shabbat melodies.
Every other week, join Rabbi Roly Matalon to prepare the soul and open the heart for Shabbat morning prayers through the singing of piyutim and brief reflections.
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.
Join Reb Moshe Waldoks for a historical and humorous overview of the origins of Jewish humor, and how it has survived for many generations, followed by a Q&A.