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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 UsCareersSpiritual LifeSchedule of ServicesMorning MinyanThis Week at Morning MinyanContact the Morning MinyanA Look at Our Chapel WindowsShabbatSoulful Start: Shabbat Morning at BJThe Music of ShabbatShabbat for ChildrenKulanu (Formerly Junior Congregation)KiddushBJ GlossaryHigh Holy DaysSchedule of Services 5778Children’s and Family ServicesFestivals and HolidaysSukkot to Simhat TorahHanukkahTu BishvatGet Pumped for Purim 2017!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 5777High Holy Days Sermons 5776High Holy Days Sermons 5775High Holy Days Sermons 5774LearningYoung FamiliesKadima@BJRegistration and Financial AidParent VolunteersB’nai MitzvahYouth GroupsBJ Goes to CampTeen ProgramOzrimTeen TripsMoving TraditionsDays of ServiceAdult ClassesMoral Grandeur and Spiritual Audacity: A Yearlong Community StudyCommunityFaith #038; Public LifeTzedek MinyanimTzedek #8211; Social Action/Social JusticeOur History and VisionHate Has No Home HereBJ #8217;s Racial Justice InitiativeEconomic Justice HevraEnvironmental Justice HevraBJ Refugee #038; Immigration CommitteeBJ/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 MourningIsrael“Israel Celebrates 70” Community Trip to IsraelIsrael SalonsIsrael Dialogue InitiativeIsrael ProgramsIsraeli PartnersIsrael ShlihimBJ in Israel BlogRetreats and TripsSocial GroupsTze #8217;irim 20s and 30sYozma 35-55Connections (formerly known as Mekusharim)BJ WomenVolunteerUpcoming and Ongoing Volunteer OpportunitiesMembershipJoin Us or RenewSliding Scale DuesFrequently Asked QuestionsSupportThe 2016 Kol Nidre Partnership AppealCelebrate Community Auction 2017: Thank youDonate NowMatching/Foundation/Planned GiftsCharitable Gift Annuity ProgramMemorial PlaquesShop BJ Read More Dedicate a siddur and find out other ways about how you can remember and renew. Read More Read BJ’s full response Read More In their own words, Roly, Felicia, and Marcelo on what’s to come at BJ. Read more from the rabbis in their op-ed at The Forward. Read More The rabbis share their vision for BJ in a video message 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.Shabbat ServicesHa-azinuFriday, September 227:00 PMKabbalat Shabbat88th Street SanctuarySaturday, September 239:30 AMShabbat Services88th Street Sanctuary10:45 AMChildren #8217;s Services89th Street Reception and Middle Rooms 10:45 AMKulanu89th Street ChapelHoliday ServicesYamim Nora #8217;im 5778For a complete schedule of services for the High Holy Days, click here. For a summary of Children and Family Services, click here. If you wish to attend services, we invite you to become a member of BJ. Find out more here.Tisha Be #8217;Av | Fast of 9th of AvMonday, July 3189th Street8:12 PMStart of the Fast8:30 PMMa #8217;ariv89th Street GymTuesday, August 189th Street7:30 AMShaharit89th Street Gym9:00 AMLearning Session89th Street Gym6:00 PMLearning Session89th Street Gym6:45 PMMinha89th Street Gym8:49 PMEnd of the FastMore Information Morning MinyanWeek of September 17-2389th Street Community House | More info raquo;9:30 AMSunday7:30 AMMonday7:30 AMTuesday7:30 AMWednesdayUpcoming EventsOngoing EventsDivrei TorahVolunteerKadima@BJ: Our new elective based Hebrew School ModelKadima@BJ, our new elective-based Hebrew School model, has been successful and exciting for students this year. We have incorporated all that we learned last year and are excited to share that our new and improved Kadima@BJ model for next year will:Reincorporate Hebrew into our elective model; Read more raquo;pConnect with Community Members: Volunteer as a Yamim Nora'im Usher and Pledge CollectorGot a great smile? Like making people feel good? Sign up to volunteer as an usher or greeter, and be the warm and welcoming face of BJ for over 3,500 people who come to High Holy Days services. Ushers help by handing out mahzorim, directing members to open seats, and making sure services run smoothly.Want to be part of the effort that sustains this community? Volunteer to collect Kol Nidre pledge cards on Erev Yom Kippur. Help make the High Holy Days happen! To sign up, click here.pBim Bam and Bim Bam Hebrew ImmersionBim Bam and Bim Bam Hebrew Immersion Fridays, September 8-December 15 | 9:15-10:00AM, 10:15-11:00AM, 11:15AM-12:00PM | 89th Street 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. Sessions at 9:15AM or 10:15AM feature both English and Hebrew songs, while the 11:15 AM class is full Hebrew immersion. The series is $220/members and $330/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 music educator, Eliana Light. Hebrew Immersion is led by Shira Averbuch. Questions? Email Allison Kapusta.No class on September 22 (Rosh Hashanah), September 29 (Yom Kippur), October 6 (Sukkot), November 24 (Thanksgiving) pSelihot: Tuning the Soul for the Yamim Nora'imMondays, September 11, September 18 and September 25 | 7:00PM | 89th Street Chapel We yearn for the divine just as the divine yearns to find us – simultaneous quests guided by the soulful, plaintive music of piyut. For the past 1,000 years, Sephardic and Mizrahi Jews have gathered for the forty days from the beginning of the month of Elul through Rosh Hashanah, and up to Yom Kippur, rising at dawn to sing and to prepare the soul for repentance and renewal. Led by Rabbi Roly Matalon and Music Director Dan Nadel, our three-part series will engage us in that spiritual journey and get us ready for the upcoming sublime days of soul-searching and prayer through haunting melodies of ancient Jewish communities as well as modern Israeli poetry and song. The series is free of charge and open to the public.pTeen International Trip to IsraelDecember 25, 2017-January 3, 2018REGISTRATION DEADLINE: FRIDAY, SEPT. 15We are very excited for next year’s 10th-12th grade International Teen Trip to Israel! As an offshoot of our “Israel Celebrates 70” Community Trip, this separate teen track will combine the must-see sights with service opportunities and a unique chance to learn firsthand about the multicultural and complex nature of Eretz Yisrael. Read the trip itinerary here. Questions? Email Michelle.  Register now.pIAC KesheTOT@BJTuesdays, October 3-December 12 | 4:00-5:00PM | 89th Street Community HouseIAC KesheTOT is an innovative program for families with infants and toddlers from birth until 3.5 years old. Children gain a sense of community, flavored by Israeli culture and Jewish heritage. Programming includes music, stories, and movement. Families also celebrate Jewish holidays together in a uniquely Israeli way. IAC KesheTOT is conducted exclusively in Hebrew and run by Israeli teachers. This unique program is a great fit for both Hebrew speakers and non-Hebrew speakers alike. Questions? Contact Itay Asaf for more details.KesheTOT #8211; Fall Semester (11 sessions)BJ Member #8211; $338 Non-Member #8211; $390 Register NowpEnvironmental Justice Hevra MeetingTuesday, September 19 | 6:30-8:30PM | 89th Street Community HouseHow do we respond to the climate crisis and the current state of environmental policy in this country? At this meeting, we will plan our educational programming for the coming year. Light refreshments will be served. R.S.V.P. to Les Judd.pSoulful Start: Hakhanah laTefillah - Preparing for PrayerEvery other Saturday (September 23, October 7, 21, November 4, 18, December 2, 16) | 8:45-9:25AM | 89th 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 Mindfulness Retreat in Nature Information SessionTuesday, September 26 | 7:00-7:30PM | 89th Street ChapelAre you interested in attending the Mindfulness Retreat in Costa Rica this February, but are not sure what to expect? Join Rabbi Marcelo Bronstein for a brief informational session where you will get a sense of the daily itinerary, find out the rationale and goals behind the retreat, and ask any questions you may have. All who are interested are invited to join.Register Now How to Prepare for Teshuvah MindfullyTuesday, September 26 | 6:00-7:00PM | BJ Chapel As we move towards Yom Kippur, join Rabbi Marcelo Bronstein for an hour-long session on mindfulness as it relates to teshuvah (repentance). Discover how mindful practices can develop and strengthen the soul in preparation for the Holiest Day of the Year.Register NowpGiving to Relieve HungerSeptember 29-30 | All Yom Kippur Service Locations As a community, BJ addresses hunger on the local and global levels by supporting the West Side Campaign Against Hunger and Mazon. We encourage your participation by either bringing a check for WSCAH to Kol Nidre services and/or writing a check to Mazon before breaking the fast and mailing it in one of the envelopes available at each Yom Kippur service location. Read more raquo;pCommunity Break FastSaturday September 30 | Following Ne #8217;ila Services | Location Provided Upon R.S.V.P. Join us at a delicious Community Break Fast, generously sponsored by Helena Diamant Glass in cherished memory of her beloved parents, Regina Landwirth Diamant amp; Karl Diamant. Free for BJ members, $10 for non-members. Register here.pTze’irim 20s and 30s Break-FastSaturday, September 30 | Following Ne’ila Services | Location Provided Upon RegistrationJoin us at a delicious Tze’irim 20s and 30s Break-Fast, generously sponsored by Helena Diamant Glass in cherished memory of her beloved parents, Regina Landwirth Diamant and Karl Diamant. The event is free for members, but registration is required.Register NowpBJ Sukkah BuildingSunday, October 1 | 1:00-3:00PM | 89th Street Community House Roof Start the new year right by jumping into the mitzvah of Sukkah building the day after Yom Kippur! Come any time starting at 1:00PM to help hang walls, string lights, and bring the BJ Sukkah to life. If need be, we will finish the building on Monday. Please let us know you #8217;re coming.pParents' Corner: Talking to Our Children About Tragedy and LossMonday, October 2 | 4:30-5:30PM | BJ Community HouseJoin Talia Hatzor as we discuss ways to speak with our children about tragedy and loss. Talia Hatzor is a psychologist and psychoanalyst and a training psychoanalyst in New York City. She has a special interest in infancy and early childhood, parent-child relation and play therapy. She co-directs the Parent Infant Psychotherapy (PIP) Training Program at Columbia University Center for Psychoanalytic Training and Research in New York, where she also teaches Infant Observation. Talia Hatzor co-founded and was the mental health director of The Family Peace Project/Safe Start Initiative (a program for children exposed to domestic violence) at Columbia Medical Center New York Presbyterian Hospital.  She previously worked with the Infant Family Service for abused infants and their parents at the same hospital.  She was trained in CPP (Child Parent Psychotherapy), an evidence based model for children who suffer trauma and loss.  She has a special interest is the impact of trauma and adversity on families with young children.   She works in private practice with children and adults.pIAC Keshet@BJTuesdays, October 3-May 15 | 4:00-5:30PM | BJ Community House IAC Keshet is open to both Hebrew and English speakers for families with children ages 4-6. The program is a comprehensive approach to building an engaged community through a connection to Israel, Hebrew language, Israeli culture, and Jewish values.IAC Keshet is a national Israeli enrichment program that builds a warm, welcoming community of Israelis and Americans that share pride in their Jewish heritage and love for Israel. At IAC Keshet, your children will gain Hebrew language skills and build friendships through cultural activities and educational programming including music, dance, play, and arts.Parents will be invited to join for special programs such as holiday celebrations throughout the year. Exact dates for these programs will be available shortly. Questions? Contact Itay Asaf for more details.Keshet #8211; Full Year (27 sessions)BJ Member #8211; $1300 Non-Member #8211; $1500Register NowpCommunity Shabbat Potluck in the SukkahFriday, October 6 | Following Kabbalat Shabbat Services | BJ Community House Sukkah It #8217;s the first Community Shabbatluck of the year! What better way to come together than in the Sukkah for a holiday about hospitality and the harvest. Bring something delicious to share, grab a bottle of your favorite kosher vino, and get ready to bring in Shabbat the BJ way: with a little singing, some words of Torah, and a whole lotta 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, let us know.Sign Up Here!pHaleli Nafshi: Communal Singing and HavdalahSaturday, October 7 | 6:00PM | 89th Street Community Sukkah Join us for this new, monthly Shabbat gathering, part of BJ #8217;s initiative on communal singing as a spiritual practice. We #8217;ll spend the final moments of Shabbat together, singing beautiful nigunim and zemirot as havdalah approaches. The evening will be filled with melodies that may be familiar and evocative alongside those that are challenging and new; filled with a spirit that ranges from celebratory and jubilant to meditative and peaceful. Together, we #8217;ll lift up our voices and souls, amid the beauty of spontaneous harmony, and experience the final moments of Shabbat.pOther Israel in the SukkahSunday, October 8 | 7:00-8:30PM | BJ Community House SukkahThis Sukkot, we bring a taste of the Other Israel Film Festival into our community Sukkah, for a special screening and discussion in the spirit of the High Holy Days. Join the JCC Manhattan Israel Film Center team for a screening of some of the best short films from the festival, followed by a thought-provoking facilitated conversation. Gather as a community, enjoy some fantastic films, and discuss topics important to Israeli society today.Light refreshments will be served. This event is free but registration is required.Register Now Read more raquo;pTze’irim 20s and 30s Event in the SukkahMonday, October 9 | 7:00PM | 89th Street SukkahSave the date for the 20s and 30s event in the Sukkah. More information to come.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.pNotary Services for BJ MembersBusiness hours | 89th StreetWe are pleased to announce that our 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.pIntroduction to JudaismWednesdays, November 2, 2016 #8211; May 10, 2017 | 7:00-9:00PM | 89th Street Community House 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. Registration required. Individuals $435 members /$660 non-members; Couples $645 members /$975 non-members. Click here to register or contact Billie with questions."Soul Food" Lunch and Learn with Rabbi Felicia SolTuesdays, October 24-December 12 | 12:00-2:00PM | BJ Middle Room Bring 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, but please register below.Register NowpKulanu KidsSaturdays, October 8, 2016 #8211; May 13, 2017 | 10:20AM #8211; 12:00PM |  86th Street Social HallJoin Rabbinic Fellow Arielle Rosenberg, the BJ rabbis, and a team of teen musicians in a family-friendly celebration of Shabbat. Previously known as Junior Congregation, Kulanu is a participatory prayer space in which 3rd-6th graders and their families will use song, games, prayer, and art to make Shabbat morning come alive. Upon meeting in the main sanctuary, we will take the Torah out of the ark and dance our way to the Kulanu space downstairs. For more information, contact Arielle Rosenberg. *On the second Saturday of every month, Kulanu is kids only.pThe Book of Genesis with Hillel FriedmanTuesdays, beginning October 24 | 9:30AM | BJ Middle Room When we consider the Book of Genesis, many of us remember the tales we heard in our childhood.  As adults, we can together probe the book and find spiritual determinants that can add meaning to our lives today. Join Rabbi Hillel Friedman, longtime BJ member, for a perusal of the Book, for the opportunity to see how our ancestors carved out a spiritual world view while dealing with the culture surrounding them and their own family lives.Register NowpView more ongoing events raquo;See All Ongoing EventsListen to this d'varParashat PinhasJuly 15, 2017 bull; Rabbi Felicia L. SolListen to this d'varParashat BalakJuly 8, 2017 bull; Rabbi Mira RiveraListen to this d'varParashat HukatJuly 1, 2017 bull; Sarah Yael KrinskyListen to this d'varParashat Korah bull; Shabbat Rosh Hodesh - Gay PrideJune 24, 2017 bull; Abby SteinListen to this d'varParashat Shlah-lekhaJune 17, 2017 bull; Rabbi Marcelo R. BronsteinListen to this d'varParashat BehaalotkhaJune 10, 2017 bull; Rabbi J. Rolando MatalonListen to this d'varParashat NasoJune 3, 2017 bull; Rabbi Felicia L. SolListen to this d'varParashat BemidbarMay 27, 2017 bull; Arielle RosenbergListen to this d'varParashat Behar-BehukotaiMay 20, 2017 bull; Rabbi Marcelo R. BronsteinListen to this d'varParashat EmorMay 13, 2017 bull; Rabbi Sarit HorwitzSee All Divrei TorahConnect with Community Members: Volunteer as a Yamim Nora'im Usher and Pledge CollectorGot a great smile? Like making people feel good? Sign up to volunteer as an usher or greeter, and be the warm and welcoming face of BJ for over 3,500 people who come to High Holy Days services. Ushers help by handing out mahzorim, directing members to open seats, and making sure services run smoothly.Want to be part of the effort that sustains this community? Volunteer to collect Kol Nidre pledge cards on Erev Yom Kippur. Help make the High Holy Days happen! To sign up, click 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.pHate Has No Home HereHave a spare half hour? Join our Hate Has No Home Here campaign. Summer is a great time to offer multi-language #8220;Hate Has No Home Here #8221; signs to local shopkeepers, restaurants, and businesses. A single sign can give hope and comfort to a passing undocumented immigrant, Muslim parent, or other targeted community member. And if you #8217;re traveling, consider taking a few signs to Cape Cod, Maine, or Italy! For more information, contact Nora Gaines.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;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“Soul Food” Lunch and Learn with Rabbi Felicia Sol - Tuesdays, October 24-December 12 | 12:00-2:00PM | BJ Middl... https://t.co/TjCRbEE3ju About BJSpiritual LifeLearningCommunitySocial JusticeIsraelSupport Rabbis: J. Rolando Matalon, Felicia L. Sol, Marcelo R. Bronstein Hazzan: 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. 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