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Title:B'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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 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. DonateContactJoin BJEmailsSubscribe to our weekly community email TwitterFacebookYoutube Quick Links...Join BJVisit BJView Upcoming EventsSee Full CalendarNoticesRead the Kol Jeshurun (weekly newsletter)Register for ClassSponsor a KiddushVolunteerMake a DonationPurchase a CD or BookPay Your Balance Online Search for: About BJOur Rabbis and HazzanBJ Rabbinic FellowsBoard of TrusteesOur StaffOur History and VisionBJ’s SanctuaryVisit BJVisitor Request FormOur LocationsSpace Rentals at BJRental FAQsWhat #8217;s NewCalendarUpcoming EventsOngoing EventsNoticesCurrent Kol JeshurunBJ in the NewsMedia LibraryGuest TalksBJ ArticlesKol Jeshurun #038; Kol Hadash ArchivesI #8217;m New HereContact Us – Staff ListingCareersSpiritual LifeCenter for Prayer and SpiritualitySchedule of ServicesBJ LivestreamMorning MinyanThis Week at Morning MinyanContact the Morning MinyanA Look at Our Chapel WindowsShabbatSoulful Start: Shabbat Morning at BJThe Music of ShabbatShabbat for ChildrenShabbat Morning Family ServicesKiddushBJ GlossaryHigh Holy DaysSchedule of Services 5779Children’s and Family Services 5779Volunteer During the High Holy DaysYizkor Memorial BookFestivals and HolidaysSukkot to Simhat TorahHanukkahTu BishvatGet Pumped for Purim 2018!PesahYom HaShoahYom Ha’zikaron | Yom Ha’atzmautShavuotTisha Be #8217;AvMusic of BJThe Music of Shabbat – With Every BreathHavdalahInvitation to Piyut North AmericaHanukkah Blessings and SongsMusic of PurimThe Music of PesahBJ MusiciansMusic of the High Holy DaysCustomsRabbis #8217; Divrei TorahHigh Holy Days Sermons 5779High Holy Days Sermons 5778High Holy Days Sermons 5777High Holy Days Sermons 5776High Holy Days Sermons 5775High Holy Days Sermons 5774LearningFamily Life and LearningCalendarKadima@BJYoung FamiliesYouth GroupsBJ Goes to CampTeen ProgramFLAL TripsBJ Theater CompanyB’nai MitzvahAdult ClassesCommunityFaith #038; Public LifeThe Jewish Home ProjectPanim: Social Action/Social JusticeOur History and VisionHate Has No Home HereBJ #8217;s Racial Justice InitiativeEconomic Justice HevraEnvironmental Justice HevraBJ Refugee #038; Immigration CommitteeSanctuary MovementBJ/SPSA Homeless ShelterJudith Bernstein Lunch ProgramBJ Reads at P.S. 166BJ Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)Manhattan TogetherJewish Identity, Belonging, and CommunitySustainability at BJCommunity Composting InitiativeHesed – LovingkindnessHesed ResourcesLGBTQLife Cycle SupportConversionNew Babies – New ParentsB #8217;nai MitzvahMarriageSupport During IllnessDeath and MourningIsraelIsrael ProgramsIsrael SalonsBJ Trip to Israel: Israel Today—A Deeper LookIsrael Dialogue InitiativeIsraeli PartnersIsrael ShlihimBJ in Israel BlogRetreats and TripsFLAL TripsBJ Mindfulness Retreat in Nature 2019BJ Trip to Israel: Israel Today—A Deeper LookSocial GroupsAviv 20s and 30sYozma 35-55ConnectionsBJ WomenVolunteerUpcoming and Ongoing Volunteer OpportunitiesMembershipJoin UsMembership RenewalSliding Scale DuesFrequently Asked QuestionsSupportRemembrance and RenewalYizkor Memorial BookCelebrate Community Auction 2018Celebrate Community Auction 2018: Thank YouBecome a Sponsor and Support the Jewish Home ProjectDonate NowDonate StockMatching/Foundation/Planned GiftsCharitable Gift Annuity ProgramMemorial PlaquesShop BJ Read More Join us for morning minyan in the sukkah, bring your own lunch during daily Open Sukkah Hours, or come to a musical program or community event. Read More Explore the depth and breadth of programming happening at BJ in the fall issue of our electronic newsletter, Kol Hadash 2.0. Read More Hear from our Kadima@BJ students about why your kids should join them! Registration is open now for 2018-19. Read More Watch a short video message from Rabbis Roly Matalon, Felicia Sol, and Dini Lewittes introducing the Jewish Home Project. Read More Watch Shabbat services on the BJ livestream at www.bj.org/live. Read More Dedicate a siddur and find out other ways about how you can remember and renew.Shabbat Services Hol Hamo #8217;ed SukkotFriday, September 286:30 PMKabbalat Shabbat88th Street SanctuarySaturday, September 299:30 AMShabbat Services88th Street Sanctuary10:45 AMChildren #8217;s and Family Services89th Street Community House First FloorHoliday ServicesSunday, September 236:30 PMFirst Evening Sukkot Service88th Street SanctuaryMonday, September 249:30 AMFirst Day Sukkot Service88th Street Sanctuary10:45 AMChildren #8217;s Services89th Street Middle Room7:30 PMSecond Evening Sukkot Service88th Street SanctuaryTuesday, September 259:30 AMSecond Day Sukkot Service88th Street Sanctuary10:45 AMChildren #8217;s Services89th Street Middle RoomSunday, September 309:30 AMHoshana Rabbah Services88th Street Sanctuary6:30 PMShemini Atzeret Evening Service88th Street SanctuaryMonday, October 019:30 AMShemini Atzeret Morning Service88th Street Sanctuary10:45 AMChildren #8217;s Services89th Street Middle Room5:30 PMSimhat Torah Children #8217;s Service88th Street Sanctuary7:30 PMSimhat Torah Evening Service88th Street SanctuaryTuesday, October 029:30 AMSimhat Torah Morning Service88th Street SanctuaryMorning MinyanWeek of September 23 - 2989th Street Community House | More info raquo;9:30 AMSunday7:30 AMWednesday7:30 AMThursday7:30 AMFridayUpcoming EventsOngoing EventsDivrei TorahVolunteerHigh Holy Days Sermons 5779Click here to listen to our rabbis #8217; High Holy Days sermons:• Rosh Hashanah First Night, First Day, and Second Day with Rabbi Roly Matalon • Rosh Hashanah First Day and Second Day with Rabbi Felicia Sol • Kol Nidre with Rabbi Erin Glazer • Kol Nidre and Yom Kippur Afternoon with Rabbi Felicia Sol • Yom Kippur Morning and Afternoon with Rabbi Roly MatalonVideo is also available for services that took place in the BJ Sanctuary and Jazz at Lincoln Center.pFriday Evening Service: Please Note Change of Time!Shabbat Evening Services: PLEASE NOTE CHANGE OF TIME!From September 7, Kabbalat Shabbat will begin at 6:30PMFrom October 5 throughout the winter, Kabbalat Shabbat will begin at 6:15PMFrom March 15 throughout next summer, Kabbalat Shabbat will begin at to 6:30PM pOpen Sukkah Times 5779Come one, come all to BJ #8217;s open sukkah during these hours:Sunday, September 23 | 7:00-10:00PM Monday, September 24 | 12:00 noon-3:00PM and 7:30-10:00PM Tuesday, September 25 | 12:00 noon-3:00PM Wednesday, September 26 | 12:00 noon-2:00PM Thursday, September 27 | 2:00-4:00PM Friday, September 28 | 12:00 noon-3:00PM Saturday, September 29 | 3:00-5:00PM Sunday, September 30 | 7:00-10:00PMpBim Bam in the Fall!Fridays, September 21-December 14 | 10:15-11:00AM, 11:15AM-12:00PM | BJ Chapel  Bim Bam gives children under three a fun space to explore Shabbat through interactive songs and stories while learning traditions such as lighting candles, saying Kiddush, and giving tzedakah. The 10:15AM session  features both English and Hebrew songs, while the 11:15AM session is full Hebrew immersion. The series (12 classes) is $240/members and $360/non-members. After the first registered child, each additional child receives 50% off. New BJ members may attend for free. The program is led by Shira Averbuch. Questions? Contact Danielle Freedman (x260). No class on November 23. Read more raquo;pFamily Pre-Service OnegFriday, September 28 | 5:45PM | BJ Community House Sukkah Families are invited to enjoy appetizers and wine before Kabbalat Shabbat services. Connect with friends and get to know new families, then we will head to the sanctuary to enjoy services together. Read more raquo;pCommunity Shabbat Potluck in the Sukkah with Rabbi Erin GlazerFriday, September 28 | Following Kabbalat Shabbat Services | BJ Community House Sukkah It’s the first Community Shabbat Dinner of the year, and what better way to come together than in the Sukkah for a holiday about hospitality! Bring something delicious to share, grab a bottle of your favorite kosher wine, and get ready to bring in Shabbat the BJ way: with a little singing, some learning with the newest member of BJ’s rabbinic team, Rabbi Erin Glazer, and the embrace of community. Please bring a dairy/vegetarian dish for 8-10 people, and consider including a bottle of kosher wine with your contribution. You can come early to drop your dish off in the Sukkah before heading to services. If you are able to volunteer to help set out food before dinner, please indicate this when you sign up. Read more raquo;pKohelet and QawwaliSaturday, September 29 | 1:00-2:00PM | BJ ChapelThe book of Kohelet (Ecclesiastes), traditionally read on Sukkot, has provoked and inspired readers for centuries. Join BJ Rabbinic Fellow Margo Hughes-Robinson and special musical guests for an opportunity to dig deeper into this text, and hear the reading of Megillat Kohelet in a new and participatory way, inspired by devotional music of the Sufi tradition. No registration necessary.pAviv: 20s and 30s Havdalah and Sukkah HopSaturday, September 29 | 6:30PM | BJ Community House Sukkah Join us for havdalah in the BJ sukkah, followed by drinks and a snack! Meet new friends and mingle with 20s and 30s in the community as we check out other sukkot on the UWS. This event is free but, please R.S.V.P. so we have the right amount of refreshments. Read more raquo;pWelcome Back MaccabiahSunday, September 30 | 11:00AM-1:00PM | BJ Community House 3rd FloorGet your game on and say hello to the friends you missed all summer at our Welcome Back Maccabiah (Color War)! Enjoy a day of spirited, friendly competition for grades K-7 as we decorate banners, make cheers, and participate in puzzles, sports, and relays. From the opening ceremony to the winner announcement, the day is sure to be full of excitement as we welcome everybody back to an incredible year of BJ youth programming. Read more raquo;pMoving Traditions 2018-2019Sundays (Monthly*), September 30, 2018-April 28, 2019 | 5:00-7:00PM | Location TBDRosh Hodesh (Sisterhood) and Shevet (Brotherhood), are small, single-gender, single-grade groups, led by Moving Traditions-trained adult mentors. Find your own Jewish community in a safe, relaxed space filled with activities, discussion, exploration, and fun. Our research-based and field-tested curriculum applies Jewish wisdom and values to supporting teens in the issues they care about most, such as relationships, gender roles, healthy sexuality, social media, pressure, and stress. Dates: September 30, November 4, December 2, January 6, February 3, April 7, April 28 Read more raquo;pFamily Simhat Torah Celebration Monday, October 1 | 5:30-6:30PM | BJ Sanctuary Join us for a lively evening as we celebrate Simhat Torah together. Families are invited to help us mark the end of another Torah cycle and the beginning of a new one with dancing, hakafot (rotations around the room), singing, and good company! Contact Adina for more information. Read more raquo;pAviv: 20s and 30s Simhat Torah Pre-GatheringMonday, October 1 | 6:00PM | BJ Reception RoomSimhat Torah is a joyous holiday! Grab dessert and a drink, and mix and mingle with other 20s and 30s in our community. Then, at 7:30PM, we will move to the sanctuary to celebrate the holiday.  Read more raquo;pWise LivingBeginning October 2 | Various Times | Various LocationsGrounded in mindfulness and spiritual practices such as meditation, journaling, movement, and blessings from Judaism and other faith traditions, Wise Living offers social, emotional, and spiritual insights to help individuals meet the challenges of these years with a sustaining spirit. Guided by the book Wise Aging: Living with Joy, Resilience, and Spirit by BJ members Rabbi Rachel Cowan and Linda Thal, peer groups will be led by trained facilitators and meet regularly for meaningful and fulfilling discussions. Read more raquo;pEconomic Justice Hevra MeetingThursday, October 4 | 6:30-8:30PM | BJ Middle RoomGet involved in the Justice for Farmworkers Campaign. We are asking questions, having conversations, and educating the community to expand our collective understanding of ethical consumption. In doing so, we aim to acknowledge the predominantly immigrant laborers who make New York’s multi-billion dollar agricultural economy possible. Through the passage of the Farmworkers Fair Labor Practices Act, we hope to ensure that laborers who produce the food on which New Yorkers depend can have the dignity and equality they deserve. Read more raquo;pTot ShabbatFriday, October 5 | 5:15-7:30PM | BJ Sanctuary and Frankel Hall  Families enjoy a kid-friendly Kabbalat Shabbat service filled with singing and dancing, followed by a dinner complete with Shabbat blessings and songs. While adults are finishing their meal, children engage in play and exploration. Register by Wednesday, October 3, and contact Danielle Freedman with any questions. The cost is $22 for members / $29 for non-members. All children eat for free. Read more raquo;pHakhanah laTefillahEvery Other Saturday Beginning October 6 | 8:45-9:25AM | BJ ChapelJoin Rabbi Roly Matalon to prepare the soul and open the heart for Shabbat morning prayers through the singing of piyutim and reflections on kavannah. This series is open to all, no registration necessary.pLearners' MinyanFirst Saturday of Each Month, Beginning October 6 | 9:30AM | Frankel Hall Join Rabbinic Fellow Abi Weber for a Shabbat morning learners #8217; minyan. This minyan is open to newcomers and regulars alike looking for a deeper understanding of the meaning of the prayers, the liturgical arc of the service, and a more intimate prayer experience and discussion. We will dive into the Shaharit service together and join the rest of the congregation for Torah service and Musaf. Read more raquo;pHebrew Speaking HavurahSecond Sunday of Each Month* | 5:30-7:00PM | Location Given Upon RegistrationGet together with other Hebrew speakers to discuss current affairs. Each month, a topic will be chosen and reading material (in both English and Hebrew) will be provided. At each meeting, we will hold a discussion in Hebrew.The meetings are facilitated by Rabbi Yisrael Serok, former senior in the Mossad, who was in charge of the underground immigration of Jews from Syria and other Arab countries. Rabbi Serok has vast knowledge of both contemporary Israeli society and Jewish sources, and always offers a unique perspective on Israeli current affairs. Read more raquo;pThe Five "W"s of Prayer: Who/What/When/Where/WhyMondays, October 8-November 5 | 7:00-8:00PM | BJ Community HouseWhether you have a committed prayer practice, find yourself lost in the siddur, or consider yourself somewhere in between, join Rabbinic Fellow Abi Weber for this five-part series as we explore the five W’s of prayer. Why do we pray? What are the components of prayer? When do we pray? Where do we pray? To whom do we pray? God? Ourselves? The community? By delving into ancient texts and contemporary conversations looking at the large theological questions of prayer, as well as its everyday practicalities, we will gain a deeper understanding of this Jewish spiritual practice. Each class will stand alone, so new participants are always welcome.  Read more raquo;pKadima@BJ Shirah with ShiraTuesdays, October 9-December 18 | 4:00-4:45PM | BJ Community HouseKadima@BJ is excited to announce a new Hebrew immersion class geared towards children ages 2-5. Shira Averbuch will lead children and their parents and caregivers in music, stories, and movement. Children will gain a sense of community rooted in Jewish tradition, while gaining exposure to Israeli culture, Hebrew language, and holiday customs. Cost for the fall semester is $200 for members and $300 for non-members. Both members and non-members may receive a sibling discount ($50 off). Contact Danielle Freedman for more information. Read more raquo;pView more upcoming events raquo;See All Upcoming Events Printable CalendarNotary Services for BJ MembersBusiness hours | BJ Community HouseOur Human Resources and Administrative Associate, 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.pView more ongoing events raquo;See All Ongoing EventsListen to this d'varParashat Ha-azinuSeptember 22, 2018 bull; Rabbi Shuli PassowListen to this d'varParashat Yom Kippur AfternoonSeptember 21, 2018 bull; Rabbi J. Rolando MatalonListen to this d'varParashat Yom Kippur AfternoonSeptember 21, 2018 bull; Rabbi Felicia L. SolListen to this d'varParashat Vayelekh bull; Shabbat ShuvaSeptember 15, 2018 bull; Rabbi J. Rolando MatalonListen to this d'varParashat NitzavimSeptember 8, 2018 bull; Rabbi Felicia L. SolListen to this d'varParashat Ki TavoSeptember 1, 2018 bull; Rabbi Erin GlazerListen to this d'varParashat Ki TetzeAugust 25, 2018 bull; Rabbi Felicia L. SolListen to this d'varParashat ShoftimAugust 18, 2018 bull; Rabbi J. Rolando MatalonListen to this d'varParashat Re-e bull; Shabbat Rosh HodeshAugust 11, 2018 bull; Tobias MossListen to this d'varParashat Va-ethanan bull; Shabbat NahamuJuly 28, 2018 bull; Rabbi Joanna SamuelsSee All Divrei TorahVolunteers 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 | 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;Justice is therefore a religious issue that belongs in the synagogue, at the center of our religious concern. The same intensity and passion we bring to prayer and study must be brought to social justice. #8221; mdash; Rabbis Matalon, Bronstein, and Solfrom @bjnyc on twitterfrom @bjnyc on twitter About BJSpiritual LifeLearningCommunitySocial JusticeIsraelSupport Rabbis: J. Rolando Matalon, Felicia L. Sol, Erin R. Glazer, Marcelo R. Bronstein Hazzan: Ari Priven Executive Director: Colin A. Weil 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; 2018 by B'nai Jeshurun. All Rights Reserved Design by free range studios Website by Springthistle Design and Kestin Technology

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