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 B #039;nai Jeshurun | BJ is a Jewish community built on the belief that we must strive to be a kehillah kedoshah, a holy community. 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Read More Head to our auction web page and make your winning bid today! Read More Read a message from our rabbis on BJ's commitment to social justice and responding to the prophetic vision. Read More Rates, dates, and sample itineraries available now. Read More Join Rabbi Roly and three extraordinary guest teachers for four peaceful days of prayer practice, study, and reflection. Read More BJ only becomes through you. Read More Join us for the upcoming installments of the Shalom Hartman lecture series, a key component of our year long JIBC programming. Read More Join the BJ Refugee Committee and our partner, HIAS, as we raise our voices for those fleeing violence and persecution.Shabbat ServicesBeshalahFriday, February 106:30 PMKabbalat Shabbat88th St. Sanctuary6:30 PMMindfulness Service89th St. Reception RoomSaturday, February 1186th St. SPSA9:30 AMShabbat ServicesSanctuary10:20 AMKulanu (Junior Congregation)Social Hall10:45 AMChildren #8217;s ServicesChapelHoliday ServicesMorning MinyanFebruary 12-1889th Street | More info raquo;9:30 AMSunday7:30 AMMonday7:30 AMTuesday7:30 AMWednesday7:30 AMThursday7:30 AMFridayUpcoming EventsOngoing EventsDivrei TorahVolunteerRegistration for ‘Israel Celebrates 70’ Community Trip to Israel Now OpenDecember 25, 2017 #8211; January 3, 2018 | Registration open through May 2017 Visiting Israel with fellow BJ members, rabbis and staff is always a memorable experience. Our Israel trips combine service, study, and prayer and are designed to give you an in-depth understanding of Israeli society and culture.As Israel celebrates 70 years of Independence, we are delighted to announce a new community trip scheduled from December 25 2017 to January 3, 2018.  Read more raquo;pBJ Families Helping Refugee Families: Donation DriveWednesday, February 1-Tuesday, February 28 | All day | 89th Street Community House In partnership with the International Rescue Committee, the BJ Refugee Committee is running a gently used donation drive for refugee families. Help refugee parents provide for their children by donating your gently used children’s items. We are seeking unopened packages of diapers (any size) and wipes, gently used strollers, and Pack ’n Plays. We are also seeking gift cards from Visa, American Express, Babies #8221;R #8221;Us and Buy Buy Baby, as well as Metrocards so that parents can take their children to doctors appointments.  Read more raquo;Mindfulness Kabbalat Shabbat ServiceFriday, February 10 | 6:30PM | 89th Street Gym Led by Rabbi Marcelo Bronstein, Rabbi Rachel Cowan, Rabbinic Fellow Arielle Rosenberg, and Karina Zilberman, this service involves meditation, reflection, deep listening and personal engagement with the parashah. Please contact Beth with any questions.pTu Bishvat Community ShabbatluckFriday, February 10 | Following Kabbalat Shabbat Services | 89th Street Reception RoomIt #8217;s the next Community Shabbatluck—Tu Bishvat edition! Usher in Shabbat and #8220;The New Year of the Trees #8221; with food, song, and community. Learn more about how you can get involved in BJ #8217;s environmental justice work as we celebrate this holiday of growth and renewal. Please bring a dairy/vegetarian dish for 8-10 people and consider including a bottle of kosher wine with your contribution.  Free admission. Register here.2017 Women's RetreatFriday, May 19-Sunday, May 21 | Isabella Freedman Jewish Retreat Center Spend a weekend surrounded by the voices of women exploring the theme: Marching Toward Sinai: Torah of Spiritual Resistance. Build deeper connections in the BJ community in beautiful services, a joyous Shabbat, and a great time with Rabbi Felicia Sol and former BJ Rabbinic Fellow Chen Ben-Or Tsfoni. Member Double Room, $350; Member Single Room, $450; Non-members, $500. Discounted rates for members if registration is complete before March 1! There are a limited amount of single rooms. Register here. For bus transportation, click here. Contact Billie for information.pSoulful Start: Shira Yoga - An Integrated Practice for Body and SoulSaturday, February 11 | 9:00AM | 86th Street ChapelBring voice, breath and body together in this  series that will combine two devotional practices: asana yoga and piyut (Hebrew liturgical poetry). Each month we will study a new piyut, sing and chant together, and explore the piyut #8217;s theme through a gentle yoga practice. We #8217;ll finish in time to head into the main service in the sanctuary for Torah reading. Rabbi Shuli Passow leads the yoga, with Rabbi Roly Matalon, Dan Nadel, and rabbinic fellow Arielle Rosenberg rotating each month to provide live musical accompaniment.Never practiced yoga before? The yoga practice will be open to all levels, so no experience is necessary to participate. Read more raquo;The Israeli Progressive Camp: Challenges and Future PlansSaturday, February 11 | After Shabbat Services | 86th Street ChapelLike the progressive camp in the U.S. facing the new administration in Washington, the progressive camp in Israel has been facing a conservative, nationalistic and neo-liberal government in Jerusalem. What can the liberal American Jewish community learn, and what lessons should NOT be learned from the Israeli experience? Most importantly, what can the progressive camp in both countries be hopeful about? Join us for a presentation by Mickey Gitzin as he explores these questions and more. Read more raquo;pIsrael Salon: The History of Israeli FashionSunday, February 12 | 5:00 PM-6:15 PM | Location upon R.S.V.P. Throughout history, fashion has greatly influenced the fabric of societies all over the world. What people wear often characterizes who they are, what they do for a living, and even more so, what kind of a society they live in. As Mark Twain once wrote, “Clothes make the man. Naked people have little or no influence on society. #8221;Join Liraz Cohen-Mordechai in an interactive presentation that features Israeli signature items and unveils the amazing world of Israeli fashion. This presentation tells the story of Israel from the late 19th century to present day. Every milestone in Israel #8217;s story is presented through the lenses of both history and fashion. During the session, we will discover how significant events have influenced the creation of new Israeli styles time and time again. Read more raquo;pCelebrate Tu Bishvat with Israeli Folk DancesSunday, February 12 | 2:00-6:00PM | 89th Street Gym Celebrate Tu Bishvat ( #8220;New Year of the Trees #8221;)  with Israeli folk dances and songs exploring the land of Israel, from its trees and waters to the seven species.Our friendly dancers​ will help you learn the ​step​s but a little experience in Israeli folk dancing is ​helpful​.  If you danced at camp or in school you should be able to do the basic dances played during the early part of the program, which are easily followed. The program will end with a mix of circle, line and partner dances, and audience members will be able to request their favorites. Read more raquo;pGenius Bar: Unleash the Power of Your ElectronicsSunday, February 12 | 2:00-4:00PM | 88th Street SanctuaryWondering how to make the most of your mobile devices? Let BJ #8217;s digital whiz kids teach you how to use the features and functions you were too afraid to touch. Adults, R.S.V.P.  here. Teens, sign up to volunteer here.pTu Bish-Build!Sunday, February 12 | 3:30-5:00PM | 89th Street Community HouseEver dreamed of building your own castle?  A giant fortress?  Now is your chance!  3rd-5th graders are invited to join Shorashim as we celebrate Tu Bishvat by teaming up and competing to build the greatest structure using only recycled materials.  Register here (Shorashim members, email Michelle to R.S.V.P.).pJewish Community Action for RefugeesSunday, February 12 | 10:40AM-1:00PM | Battery Park Join the BJ Refugee Committee and our partner, The Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society (HIAS), in calling for America #8217;s doors to be opened to those fleeing violence and persecution. Read more raquo;pTze'irim 20s and 30s Shabbatluck DinnerFriday, February 17 | 7:45PM | 89th Street Community House Make new friends and eat good food! Join fellow BJ members in their 20s/30s for a potluck Shabbat dinner after Kabbalat Shabbat services. Sign up here or contact Rabbi Sarit Horwitz with any questions.pHitoreri, Hitoreri: Teen Only Kabbalat Shabbat Service DinnerFriday, February 17 | 6:00PM | 89th Street Reception RoomJoin Rabbi Marcelo Bronstein and Youth Director Michelle Geisler for a teen only Kabbalat Shabbat service of singing, kavannot, and mindfulness practice, followed by a Shabbat dinner. Register for dinner here by Wednesday, February 15.BJ Sings SalonSaturday, February 18 | 4:00-5:30PM | Location upon R.S.V.P.Join us for our first session of BJ Sings. Based on the vision and success of the past havurah, this salon aims to extend the enjoyment of Shabbat through music. Throughout the course of our meetings we will cover a diverse array of songs including traditional Shabbat melodies, contemporary American Jewish compositions, and classic and contemporary Israeli pieces. Led by our very own Andy Sherman and the talented Shira Averbuch, these sessions will feature both familiar and new pieces. Sessions will take place once a month on Shabbat afternoons at members #8217; homes, where there will be light refreshments provided (as well as some time for schmoozing!). Sign up here to join the group.pBystander Intervention TrainingSundays, February 19 and March 19 | 10:30AM-2:00PM | 89th Street Community House What do you do when you witness racial, ethnic, religious or other forms of harassment? Bystander intervention and de-escalation involve a series of tools that can be consciously employed to defuse volatile situations. In this interactive workshop, these concepts will be presented in the context of self-defense and harm reduction. Students will identify verbal and non-verbal techniques to de-escalate conflict. Students will also learn the four Ds of bystander intervention – direct, distract, delay, and delegate. All of these tactics will be presented in tandem with the importance of larger scale community organizing and alternatives to policing. Sessions will be facilitated by Rachel Levy, a social worker and member of the BJ community trained by the Center for Anti-Violence Education.  Spots are limited for each session. Register here.pCommunity Organizing Training SessionsSunday, January 29 | 1:00-6:00PM | 89th Street Middle Room Monday, February 20 | 10:00AM-4:00PM | 89th Street Gym Now is the time to get involved. Gain skills at one or both of our training sessions, led by our partners at Manhattan Together and designed to provide you with a foundation in community organizing. All levels of experience are welcome.  Sign up here. pAll of Us Are Guarantors: The Significance of Interest-Free LendingSaturday, February 25 | During and after Shabbat morning services | 86th Street Sanctuary and Chapel Rabbi David Rosenn, Executive Director of the Hebrew Free Loan Society, will discuss the social, theological, and philanthropic meaning of interest-free lending.Economic Inequality in the Present American Landscape: A Jewish Response, with Rabbi Chaim Seidler-FellerSaturday, February 25 | 5:00PM | 89th Street Chapel Contemporary social and political analysts have noted with alarm the growing inequality in American society. And the Jewish community with all of its affluence (and its financial scandals) has not yet focused on a mode of repair that would address the widening income gap that exists. This seminar raises the possibility of embracing an ethic of dayenu (enough) that is the core of an economics of sufficiency. Free and open to the public, no registration necessary. pTze'irim Shelter CookingSunday, February 26 | 11:00AM-1:00PM | 88th Street Kitchen Join us as we give back to the community by cooking a meal for the BJ/SPSA Homeless Shelter. No cooking experience is necessary. Members and non-members welcome! Contact Haley (h.greenwaldgonella@gmail.com) for more information or R.S.V.P. here by February 22.*Our homeless shelter is entirely volunteer-run, so if you sign up, we are counting on you! In order to help cover the cost of dinner for our shelter guests, we encourage participants to bring $8-10. pView more upcoming events raquo;See All Upcoming Events Printable Calendar"In the Mirror" Lunch and Learn with Rabbi Roly MatalonThursdays, December 1, 8, and 15, January 5, 12, 19, and 26, February 2, 9, 16, and 23, March 2, 9, and 16 | 12:30-1:30PM | Location Provided Upon Registration Through the close reading of short stories about the lives, struggles, and concerns of the Talmudic rabbis, we uncover deeper layers of our own selves and we become better equipped to wrestle with our human nature. No knowledge of Hebrew is required. Please bring your own lunch to the midtown location. Specific location information will be provided upon registration. Free of charge. BJ members only. To register, please click here or email Beth.pMaking Sense of Israeli Politics: A Guide For the PerplexedEvery other Thursday, December 8-March 15 | 7:00-8:15PM | 89th Street Middle Room Although Israel is a relatively young country, its politics are rich and dynamic; some might say that they are contentious and Byzantine. In this conversation, we will examine the ideological basis of what unites and divides Israelis, the foundation and basic operations of Israel #8217;s political system, and the key points of focus in Israel #8217;s most heated political disputes.  Read more raquo;pBim Bam and Bim Bam Hebrew ImmersionFridays, January 6-May 19  | 9:15-10:00AM, 10:15-11:00AM, 11:15AM-12:00PM | 89th Street Chapel Children ages 3 and under explore Shabbat through song and story while learning traditions such as lighting candles, saying Kiddush, and giving tzedakah. For sessions that feature both English and Hebrew stories, register for the 9:15AM or 10:15AM class. For full Hebrew immersion, register for the 11:15AM timeslot. The cost is $342/members and $475/non-members per child. After the first registered child, each additional child receives 50% off. New members attend for free. Program is led by BJ educator and musician, Shira Averbuch. p"Soul Food" Lunch and Learn with Rabbi Felicia SolTuesdays, January 10, 17, 24, 31; February 7, 14, 21, 28; March 7, 14, 21, 28; April 4 |12:30-1:45PM | 89th Street Middle RoomBring a bag lunch and open up your soul to the nourishment and challenge of the Hassidic rabbis with the study of Itturei Torah: Torah Gems on the Weekly Torah Portion. Join Rabbi Felicia Sol as we imagine old world wisdom for everyday life. Each class will stand alone so new participants are always welcome. No prior knowledge is expected. Free of charge. Register here.pSiah: A Monthly Minyan for Learners and SeekersEvery 3rd Saturday of the month | November 19, 2016-May 20, 2017 | 9:30AM-12:00PM | 89th Street Chapel BJ introduces a new monthly Shabbat service led by Rabbinic Fellow Arielle Rosenberg. This intimate, conversation-based service is geared towards those who are exploring Jewish prayer for the first time or who hope to build confidence in their Hebrew language and prayer skills. Join us as we dive into Shabbat morning liturgy and engage in meaningful discussion around the language, songs, and concepts of the Torah. If you have questions or hope to get involved with Siah, please contact Arielle (x224).pSoulful Start: Hakhanah laTefillah - Preparing for PrayerEvery other Saturday (January 7, 21, February 4, 18, March 4, 18, April 1, 15, 19, May 13, 27) | 8:45-9:25AM | 86th Street Chapel Please join Rabbi Roly Matalon to prepare the soul and open the heart for Shabbat morning prayers through the singing of piyutim and reflections on kavannah.pBJ Families Helping Refugee Families: Donation DriveWednesday, February 1-Tuesday, February 28 | All day | 89th Street Community House In partnership with the International Rescue Committee, the BJ Refugee Committee is running a gently used donation drive for refugee families. Help refugee parents provide for their children by donating your gently used children’s items. We are seeking unopened packages of diapers (any size) and wipes, gently used strollers, and Pack ’n Plays. We are also seeking gift cards from Visa, American Express, Babies #8221;R #8221;Us and Buy Buy Baby, as well as Metrocards so that parents can take their children to doctors appointments.  Read more raquo;Notary Services for BJ MembersOngoing | Business hours | 89th StreetWe are pleased to announce that our Human Resources Assistant, Shakeara Hatchett, is now authorized to provide notary services (for personal or business purposes) to all BJ members. Email Shakeara to set up a notary appointment.pMindfulness Kabbalat Shabbat ServiceFriday, February 10 | 6:30PM | 89th Street Gym Led by Rabbi Marcelo Bronstein, Rabbi Rachel Cowan, Rabbinic Fellow Arielle Rosenberg, and Karina Zilberman, this service involves meditation, reflection, deep listening and personal engagement with the parashah. Please contact Beth with any questions.pView more ongoing events raquo;See All Ongoing EventsListen to this d'varParashat BoFebruary 4, 2017 bull; Rabbi Felicia L. SolListen to this d'varParashat Va-era bull; Shabbat Rosh HodeshJanuary 28, 2017 bull; Rabbi Marcelo R. BronsteinListen to this d'varParashat VayigashJanuary 7, 2017 bull; Rabbi Sarit HorwitzListen to this d'varParashat Miketz bull; Shabbat HanukkahDecember 31, 2016 bull; Rabbi J. Rolando MatalonListen to this d'varParashat VayeshevDecember 24, 2016 bull; Rabbi Felicia L. SolListen to this d'varParashat VayishlahDecember 17, 2016 bull; Rabbi Marcelo R. Bronstein, Dr Ron TaffelListen to this d'varParashat VayetzeDecember 10, 2016 bull; Rabbi J. Rolando MatalonListen to this d'varParashat ToledotDecember 3, 2016 bull; Rabbi Shuli PassowListen to this d'varParashat Hayei SarahNovember 26, 2016 bull; Arielle RosenbergListen to this d'varParashat VayeraNovember 19, 2016 bull; Rabbi Felicia L. SolSee All Divrei TorahBJ/SPSA Shelter Volunteer OpportunitiesMonday and Tuesday | 88th Street Frankel Hall Sunday, Wednesday and Thursday | 86th Street Social Hall Our shelter is always looking for new set up and sleepover volunteers and food donors. Getting involved is easy. For food donors: families, individuals or groups can get together to prepare a light meal for 10-12 people at the synagogue, the church, at home, or even order in a light meal for our guests. Set up shifts are from 7:00-9:00PM and sleepover shifts  from 9:00PM-7:00AM. Perform a mitzvah all while sleeping through the night! To sign up or learn more, contact Larissa or call x272.pGenius Bar: Unleash the Power of Your ElectronicsSunday, February 12 | 2:00-4:00PM | 88th Street SanctuaryWondering how to make the most of your mobile devices? Let BJ #8217;s digital whiz kids teach you how to use the features and functions you were too afraid to touch. Adults, R.S.V.P.  here. Teens, sign up to volunteer here.pVolunteers Needed for Hesed: Shabbat ConnectionsOur community is strongest when we care for each other in times of need. Do a deed of lovingkindness by connecting with members of the BJ community who are homebound, lonely, or in need of some extra care. With regular and consistent phone calls we can brighten the days and warm the hearts of those who need it most. Please contact Joni Brenner at ShabbatConnections@bj.org for more information on how you can help.pMeals for New ParentsLike to cook?  Be part of new effort to reach out with a loving hand to families in our community!  Join a team of people who will sign up to cook meals for parents when a baby is born.  Contact Enid Lotstein at Enid.Lotstein@gmail.com.Service and Hospitality: Volunteer with the Judith Bernstein Lunch ProgramThursdays | 11:30AM-1:00PM | 88th Street Frankel Hall Every Thursday at BJ we welcome guests into our synagogue for a delicious lunch, friendly companionship, and music performed by a BJ member every other week. Join our lunch program by volunteering and taking part in the warm and welcoming atmosphere we offer to our guests. To learn more about this opportunity or to volunteer contact Larissa Wohl or call x272.pSee All Volunteer OpportunitiesQuote #8220; #8230; the synagogue should be a place where we learn how to live as our best and unique selves. #8221; mdash; Rabbis Matalon, Bronstein, and Solfrom @bjnyc on twitterfrom @bjnyc on twitterWeek of February 12 – 18 - Sunday, February 12 | 9:30 AM Shaliah Tzibbur (Prayer Leader): Bob Gruenspecht Monda... https://t.co/2694zPpVaK About BJSpiritual LifeLearningCommunitySocial JusticeIsraelSupport Rabbis: J. Rolando Matalon, Marcelo R. Bronstein, Felicia L. Sol Hazzan amp; Music Director: Ari Priven B'nai Jeshurun bull; Synagogue: 257 West 88th Street (between Broadway and West End Avenue) Office: 270 West 89th Street, New York, NY 10024-1705; Tel: 212-787-7600 bull; Fax: 212-496-7600 Copyright copy; 2017 by B'nai Jeshurun. All Rights Reserved Design by free range studios Website by Springthistle Design and Kestin Technology

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