Week of Events
Join BJ members Betsy Diamant-Cohen and Stuart Cohen as they tell their stories about their time in the Soviet Union, where they came into contact with both Jewish refuseniks (Russian citizens who were denied permission to emigrate to Israel) and the KGB.
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.
Important planning decisions can create conflict with loved ones but conflict resolution methods can help smooth the way. Join BJ member Marcy Einhorn in exploring these different methods.
Join Rabbi Rebecca Weintraub on Tuesday mornings as we explore Mishnah Brakhot: the first tractate of the six books of Mishnah and the beginning of our oral Torah.
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 us in partnership with Hadar and the Rising Song Institute as we sing along virtually with Joey Weisenberg and the Hadar Ensemble!
Engage with short stories about the lives, struggles, and concerns of the Talmudic rabbis, and uncover deeper layers of our own selves. No knowledge of Hebrew is required.
In this session, BJ member Dr. Taylor Jones will give a gentle introduction to Jewish languages, from Hebrew to Yiddish, Ladino, and others. We will talk about the history and development of Jewish languages, and about common misconceptions about them.
Join us in virtual community for the afternoon prayer service before we prepare to enter Shabbat.
Join us for Family Havdalah the first Saturday of each month as we bid farewell to our sacred day and transition to a week of hope.
Join us for Family Havdalah the first Saturday of each month in front of the Sanctuary as we bid farewell to our sacred day and transition to a week of hope.