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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 SpiritualityRitual LabsSchedule 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 GlossaryHakhanah LaTefillahHigh Holy DaysSchedule of Services 5779Children’s and Family Services 5779Volunteer During the High Holy DaysYizkor Memorial BookHoly GratitudeFestivals 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 5774BJ CemeteriesLearningFamily 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 QuestionsSupportBJ Sanctuary Centennial GalaRemembrance 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 Celebrate 100 years in our historic Sanctuary with 100 Years of Song: Community Centennial and Hanukkah Celebration, the Sanctuary Centennial Gala, and more. Read More Our hearts go out to the Jewish community of Pittsburgh and we stand with them as they grapple with the aftermath of the October 27 mass shooting. Read More For this Giving Tuesday, help BJ go greener with a washing machine and dryer. Read More Join us as we celebrate 20 years of BJ Blood Drives. Donation typically takes 45 min-1 hr, so register now for a time slot that works best for you. Read More Join us for one or all of our enlightening adult classes. 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 ServicesVayeshevFriday, November 306:15 PMKabbalat Shabbat88th Street SanctuarySaturday, December 19:30 AMShabbat Services88th Street Sanctuary10:45 AMChildren #8217;s Services89th Street Reception and Middle Rooms10:45 AMKulanu89th Street ChapelHoliday ServicesMorning MinyanWeek of November 25-December 189th Street Community House | More info raquo;9:30 AMSunday7:30 AMMonday7:30 AMTuesday7:30 AMWednesday7:30 AMThursday7:30 AMFridayUpcoming EventsOngoing EventsDivrei TorahVolunteer“Wiki-Torah: Genesis” Weekly Torah Study with BJ Rabbinic Fellow Tobias Divack MossSaturdays, November 10, 24; December 8, 22 | Following Shabbat Morning Services | Community HouseSpend a few minutes at Kiddush, grab a plate of food, and come join a conversation about the weekly Torah portion. We encourage first-time participants to sign up below. Read more raquo;pMonday Meditation MinyanMonday, November 26 | 6:30-7:00PM | Chapel Whether you have a deep meditation practice or are interested in exploring mindfulness for the first time, we invite you to join us for Monday Meditation Minyan, led by Yael Shy. Each session will begin with wisdom from the Jewish tradition, followed by focused meditation (with some guidance), a short discussion, and an opportunity for community members to recite Mourner #8217;s Kaddish. No experience necessary; all are welcome.Monday Meditation Minyan meets weekly, with the exception of national and Jewish holidays. To get a glimpse of what you can experience in-person, check out the live stream of this season #8217;s first session. Read more raquo;pHebrew Ulpan Classes אולפן עבריתMonday, November 26 | 5:00-7:00PM and 7:00-9:00PM | Community HouseRegistration for this series is closed. Classes are held every Monday. Join members of the BJ, Habonim and Shaare Zedek communities in a small group environment to build and improve your Hebrew conversational skills. The Hebrew Ulpan course teaches the fundamental structure of Hebrew and its basic forms, as well as the necessary vocabulary for everyday conversations, reading, and writing. This class is open to both members and non-members of the three synagogues so invite your friends to join! Read more raquo;pThe Book of JobMondays, November 26, December 10, 17, January 7, 14 | 7:00-8:00PM | Community HouseThe Book of Job is a fascinating, strange, and powerful text—impossibly difficult to translate, and even harder to understand. During these five sessions, we will engage with this text and broaden our understanding of it through literature and theater, while seeing what wisdom can be gleaned from it in our approach to the suffering of the world, our own experiences, and its theological implications.Each session will build upon the previous session. Hebrew reading ability helpful, but not required. Read more raquo;pThe Prophets with Hillel FriedmanTuesday, November 27 | 9:00AM | 4th Floor Conference RoomJoin Rabbi Hillel Friedman, longtime BJ member, for a perusal of the classical prophets. Together we will study excerpts from the classical prophets and apply their wisdom to our concerns in the 21st century.This class meets every Tuesday.  Read more raquo;pMedicare Fall Open EnrollmentTuesday, November 27 | 10:00-11:30AM | ChapelNew York City Council Member Helen Rosenthal invites you to participate in a enrollment awareness event. Join us to learn what you need to know about Medicare Fall Open Enrollment. Get connected to programs that help pay the costs associated with Medicare. Read more raquo;p"Soul Food" Lunch and Learn with Rabbi Felicia SolTuesday, November 27 | 12:30-1:45PM | Middle RoomThis series meets every Tuesday through December 18; registration is closed. Bring a bag lunch and open up your soul to the nourishment and challenge of the Hassidic rabbis. 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. This series is free of charge. Read more raquo;pKadima@BJ Shirah with ShiraTuesday, November 27 | 4:00-4:45PM | Community HouseThis series meets every Tuesday through December 18; registration is closed. Kadima@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;pJews in the Modern World: Looking Back, Looking ForwardTuesday, November 27 | 7:30PM | Sanctuary Presented by Hadar, join Rabbi Shai Held and Rabbi David Ellenson, two of the American Jewish community #8217;s most prominent leaders and thinkers, for a panel conversation. Moderated by Jane Eisner of The Forward, they will explore the big questions of modern Jewish life and their impact on Judaism, including: God, secularization, the Holocaust, Zionism, American politics, academic Jewish Studies, and much more.Entrance fee is $5, but BJ members can use code BJ1127 to register for free! Optional reception before the program Read more raquo;pCooking In Hebrew: A Course in Israeli Cuisine (Wednesday Class)Fall: October 31, November 28, January 2, February 6; Spring: March 6, April 10, May 15, June 5 | 11:00AM-2:00PM | Frankel HallNOTE: Thursday class is currently full, so this Wednesday class has been created by popular demand. Food is a world unto itself. It’s a peep-through window, a bridge between worlds and a key to different cultures. Food brings people together and opens hearts; food comforts and stimulates memories. Read more raquo;pTeen Learning SeriesWednesday, November 28 | 6:00-7:15PM | Community House Room 411Want a chance to learn, study, and discuss some of the most intriguing issues facing Jewish teens today? Join us as we explore R-rated Talmud, the complexities of Israel, civil rights, poverty, and race within Judaism. Sessions will be facilitated by Aniko Gomory, Ayala Wasser, Rabbi Felicia Sol, Moshe Samuels, and outside facilitators.  Read more raquo;pCentennial Gathering: Board Members Past and PresentWednesday, November 28 | 6:30-8:00PM | SanctuaryWe express sincere gratitude for 100 years of our sanctuary and the countless leaders who devoted their time and energy as members of the Board of Trustees. Join Rabbis Matalon and Sol, President Alan Mantel, and First Vice President Suzanne Shechter to reflect on how the community has changed and evolved and to celebrate its leadership past and present. Read more raquo;pIntroduction to JudaismWednesdays, November 28 | 7:00PM | Community House This class meets every Wednesday*; registration is closed. This course offers an overview of the core beliefs, practices, and history of Judaism and the Jewish people. We hope to deepen the understanding of those just beginning to explore Jewish life as well as of those who would like to participate more fully in the life of the Jewish community. No prior knowledge or experience necessary. Individuals: $435 (members)/$660 (non-members); Couples: $650 (members)$980 (non-members). Please contact Billie with questions.* There will be no class on November 21 Read more raquo;pEveryday Ethics with Rabbi Adina LewittesWednesday, November 28 | 7:00-8:30PM | Reception RoomEthical questions of war and peace, global warming, immigration, and healthcare can be overwhelming. And yet, consciously or not, we answer critical ethical questions every day as we order our coffee, pay our workers, dine with our friends, and even shop online.This class meets every Wednesday*; join us at any time during the series; all welcome. Read more raquo;p"In the Mirror" Lunch and Learn with Rabbi Roly MatalonThursdays, November 29; December 6, 13, 20; January 10, 17, 24; March 7, 14, 28; April 4, 11 | 12:30-1:30PM | Location Provided Upon RegistrationWe will continue our close reading of short stories about the lives, struggles, and concerns of the Talmudic rabbis, in order to uncover deeper layers of our own selves and to become better equipped to wrestle with our human nature. No knowledge of Hebrew is required; you are welcome to bring your own lunch to class. This series is free of charge, but open to BJ members only. Read more raquo;pCooking In Hebrew: A Course in Israeli Cuisine (Thursday Class, FULL)Fall: November 1, November 29, January 3, February 7; Spring: March 7, April 11, May 16, June 6 | 6:30-9:00PM | Frankel HallNOTE: Thursday class is currently full, click here for Wednesday class. Food is a world unto itself. It’s a peep-through window, a bridge between worlds and a key to different cultures. Food brings people together and opens hearts; food comforts and stimulates memories. Read more raquo;pAn Evening With Pete Earley, Mental Health AdvocateThursday, November 29 | 7:00PM | Temple Shaaray Tefila, 250 East 79th StreetJoin Pete Earley, mental health advocate and New York Times best-selling author, to hear about the personal experiences which came to inspire his book Crazy: A Father’s Search Through America #8217;s Mental Health Madness as a father fighting for his child and journalist in search of a better way in the #8220;revolving doors #8221; between hospitals and jails.This event is hosted by Temple Shaaray Tefila, and sponsored in partnership with Manhattan Together/Metro IAF, a local faith-based organizing network of which BJ is a member. Manhattan Together is working to address issues of mass incarceration, especially the mis-incarceration of those with mental illness.Register by Monday, November 26. If you #8217;d like to help underwrite the cost of this program, register using the $18 suggested donation option. You may also register for free. Read more raquo;pBim Bam in the Fall!Fridays, November 30, December 7, 14 | 10:15-11:00AM, 11:15AM-12:00PM | 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;pCommunity Potluck Shabbat Dinner with Rabbi Adina LewittesFriday, November 30 | Following the Kabbalat Shabbat Service | Reception and Middle RoomsPull out the quinoa and kale, the next community potluck Shabbat dinner is right around the corner! Get ready to make your Shabbat a little sweeter with friends, food, and soulful singing led by Rabbi Adina Lewittes. Bring your friends, family, and dairy/vegetarian creations. Read more raquo;pHakhanah laTefillahSaturdays, November 3 and 17, December 1 and 15 (2019 dates forthcoming) | 8:45-9:25AM | 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.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 VayetzeNovember 17, 2018 bull; Rabbi Felicia L. SolListen to this d'varParashat ToledotNovember 10, 2018 bull; Rabbi Erin GlazerListen to this d'varParashat Hayei SarahNovember 3, 2018 bull; Rabbi J. Rolando MatalonListen to this d'varParashat VayeraOctober 27, 2018 bull; Rabbi Shuli PassowListen to this d'varParashat Lekh LekhaOctober 20, 2018 bull; Rabbi Felicia L. SolListen to this d'varParashat NoahOctober 13, 2018 bull; Rabbi J. Rolando MatalonListen to this d'varParashat BereshitOctober 6, 2018 bull; Rabbi Marcelo R. BronsteinListen to this d'varParashat Ha-azinuSeptember 22, 2018 bull; Rabbi Shuli PassowListen to this d'varParashat Yom Kippur AfternoonSeptember 26, 2018 bull; Rabbi Marcelo R. BronsteinListen to this d'varParashat Yom Kippur AfternoonSeptember 21, 2018 bull; Rabbi J. Rolando MatalonSee 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;Our experience at BJ has shown us that no one cares about a Judaism that reflects just a habit or some pale version of the past. What contemporary Jews long for is a Judaism that claims the authority to shape their consciousness and instills in them its values, as it has for centuries. Only a Judaism that has something deep, meaningful and relevant to say about life—that challenges the mind and soul, that is open and tolerant—can have a chance. #8221; mdash; Rabbis Matalon, Bronstein, and Solfrom @bjnyc on twitterfrom @bjnyc on twitter About BJPrayer and SpiritualityFamily Life and LearningCommunitySocial 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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