Week of Events
Hai School Musi-Spiel Rehearsals
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.
Join us following morning minyan for an intimate conversation with Rabbi Felicia and an opportunity to share who you are. What does community look like for you? This session is intended for LGBTQIA+ identifying B'nai Jeshurun members and their families.
Join Chef Adam from Berkshire Hills Culinary camp and Matt Altman, our Youth Advisor, for an afternoon on Zoom exploring the ooey-gooeyness of freedom and chocolate lava cake.
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.
Join us for a relaxed hour with good conversation and your favorite drink. All are welcome.
Hear Rabbi Yehuda Sarna discuss his Jewish-Muslim interfaith work at NYU and his recent appointment as Chief Rabbi of the Jewish Council of the Emirates. We are grateful to Helena Diamant Glass for sponsoring this program in honor of her beloved parents.
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.
“Kadima” is the name of our Hebrew school program. Kadima@BJ will be held virtually from September-December.
Calling all parents! Join us for an opportunity to learn a bit of Tu B'Shevat Torah, connect with one another, and get to know our new assistant rabbi, Becca Weintraub!
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 for a series exploring the intersection of Social Justice and Art. Each session stands alone so you are invited to join us for some or all of them.
Centering around the building of community in 7th grade, students will feel more connected to the BJ community, the B’nai Mitzvah process, and their peers through this trimester program.
Wednesdays with Hadar—Unit 3 Everyday Moral Dilemmas with Rabbi Avi Strausberg Wrestle with everyday moral dilemmas, the sorts of which we each encounter all of the time in our lives, through the lens of traditional Jewish texts. In this course, we’ll consider questions like: "If and when is it okay to shame someone else for […]
Join fellow 20s and 30s for a series of learning opportunities, taught by BJ’s rabbis and rabbinic fellows, on relevant contemporary issues in life, love, and Judaism.
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.
This Tu Bishvat, join us for a night to deepen our understanding of why equity and justice are important for the environmental movement. BJ is hosting this event as part of Hazon’s Big Bold Jewish Climate Fest.
A space for children under 3 to get ready for Shabbat through songs, movement, and stories, while practicing traditions. The series is held on Zoom and led by our Artist in Residence, Shira Averbuch.
Join us in virtual community for the afternoon prayer service before we prepare to enter Shabbat.
Transition out of the work week and settle, into a Shabbat heart and mindset through contemplative practice and meditation with Rabbi Marc Margolius.
As Shabbat Shirah (the Shabbat of Song) comes to a close, join Spanish vocalist Lara Bello, BJ Music Director Dan Nadel, and percussionist Satoshi Takeishi for an evening of exquisite Ladino songs.