Calling all K-8th grade actors, dancers, singes, and aspiring performers to join us for what promises to be our biggest, best Purim Spiel yet! This year's show is Hai School Musi-Spiel, based on Disney's beloved High School Musical.
Whether you are in need of healing, praying for a loved one, or want to extend well wishes to the wider world, join Rabbi Shuli Passow and cellist Jessie Reagan Mann for a healing circle rooted in meditation and chanting.
Open up your soul to the nourishment and challenge of the Hassidic rabbis. Join Rabbi Felicia Sol as we study Netivot Shalom, Rabbi Shalom Noach Berezovsky, a 20th c. Slonimer Rebbe. Each class will stand alone, so new participants are always welcome. No prior knowledge is expected.
Come join other BJ members in learning Ivrit (Hebrew) live and online. Our Hebrew course provides a comprehensive Hebrew-learning experience focusing on the skills needed for conversation. Whether you are a beginner or an intermediate student, we have a class for you!
Join fellow 20s and 30s to hear from experts on how to plan and stay motivated as you take on 2021 goals. After the panel, participants will have the opportunity to join breakout rooms to learn more about their areas of interest.
Join your grade for an empowering year of cohort learning through monthly sessions featuring subjects chosen by Teen Representatives from each grade cohort; such as Israel, Anti-Semitism, Race, Holocaust education, and what it means to be a Jew today.
Join BJ Rabbinic Fellow, Grace, for an evening of learning with fellow 30s and 40s. We will draw on Torah as well as secular sources to understand an argument for reparations for descendants of slaves in the United States.
Prepare for Shabbat and Haggim singing new and old Zemirot, songs that are part of traditional Shabbat and Holy Days meals. Join Ari in expanding and exploring this enriching practice central to our heritage.
Prepare for Shabbat with Rabbi Roly Matalon and BJ Music Director Dan Nadel, using melodies from the Sephardi and Mizrahi traditions, verses of Shir haShirim (Song of Songs), and beautiful piyutim (liturgical poems).
Outside of 88th Street Sanctuary
88th Street and West End Avenue, New York, NY
Join Rabbi Becca, Michael Harlow, and Shira Averbuch in front of the Sanctuary on 88th street in your favorite warm PJs. We will say goodbye to Shabbat and transition into the new week with song and dance.