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20s and 30s High Holy Days

Community House 270 West 89th Street, New York

Join fellow 20s and 30s for High Holy Days this year at B’nai Jeshurun hosted by Aviv, BJ’s 20s and 30s group! Together we will welcome in the year 5782 through song, prayer, social gatherings, and mindfulness.

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20s and 30s High Holy Days

Community House 270 West 89th Street, New York

Join fellow 20s and 30s for High Holy Days this year at B’nai Jeshurun hosted by Aviv, BJ’s 20s and 30s group! Together we will welcome in the year 5782 through song, prayer, social gatherings, and mindfulness.

Community Learning and Tashlikh

Community House 270 West 89th Street, New York

Join Rabbinic Fellow Aaron Leven for pre-Tashlikh learning before making our way to the edge of Riverside Park for Tashlikh.

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20s and 30s High Holy Days

Community House 270 West 89th Street, New York

Join fellow 20s and 30s for High Holy Days this year at B’nai Jeshurun hosted by Aviv, BJ’s 20s and 30s group! Together we will welcome in the year 5782 through song, prayer, social gatherings, and mindfulness.

Recurring

20s and 30s High Holy Days

Community House 270 West 89th Street, New York

Join fellow 20s and 30s for High Holy Days this year at B’nai Jeshurun hosted by Aviv, BJ’s 20s and 30s group! Together we will welcome in the year 5782 through song, prayer, social gatherings, and mindfulness.

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Meet the FLAL Inclusion and Engagement Task Force

Community House 270 West 89th Street, New York

Join the FLAL Inclusion and Engagement Task Force and our Inclusion Coordinator, Tobie Franklin, for some wine, cheese, and conversation. Come and tell us how we can help you and your family thrive at BJ.

Shabbat Dinner with Rabbi Marcelo Bronstein

Community House 270 West 89th Street, New York

Join us for a potluck dinner—we’ll provide a hot dairy entree and the challah; you bring the salads, side dishes, and desserts. Register now.

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The Forgiveness Landscape

Community House 270 West 89th Street, New York

Rabbi Marcelo Bronstein will guide us as we wrestle with questions of forgiveness through a Jewish lens, exploring models of forgiveness and trying to bring them to our own experience. Each class will include text study, discussion, and mindfulness practice.

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CANCELED: Family Shabbat Dinner

Community House 270 West 89th Street, New York

Join us for a Kabbalat Shabbat service, followed by a Family Shabbat Dinner and games. Register now at www.bj.org/familyshabbatdinner.

$18