For modern Jewish families, lifelong learning lays the foundation for a strong and enduring Jewish identity. From cradle to college, children will have the opportunity to explore Judaism and develop a firm sense of self along the way.
Jewish families of today are diverse and ever-evolving. As future generations continue to grow and change, our community serves two essential purposes: offering a home to a diverse membership, and maintaining Jewish tradition. Central to preserving tradition is helping others recognize how and why to make Judaism a core aspect of their lives.
Our aim is to inspire families to gain a deeper understanding of Jewish identity throughout every stage of life. Services tailored to children from toddlers to teenagers are held regularly, in addition to classes, lectures, workshops, retreats, and a robust curriculum at our Hebrew school, Kadima@BJ. B’nai Jeshurun offers a rich learning experience and the opportunity to be immersed in a living, thriving model of Judaism.