Wednesday September 02 2015 / 18 Elul 5775

Rabbi Sunny Schnitzer

Special "Prayers For Pets" Service

Great Chef's Series: Chef Todd Gray, Owner, Equinox & Watershed Restaurants

Annual 6th Grade Religious School "Immigrant" Ellis Island Simulation

BJC Speakers Series: Journalist Marvin Kalb

Great Chef's Series: Sheila Kaufman: The History of Jews & Chocolate

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upcoming events at bjc

BBQNOT TOO COOL FOR SHUL!!

Join BJC on Friday, August 28th for a FREE BBQ, followed by a Shabbat Service!

BBQ begins at 6:30, the service begins at 8.

Celebrate the end of summer with your BJC family or come learn more about this

inspiring congregation. Please use the link to the right to register! See you there!

 

JOIN US AT BJC FOR THE DAYS OF AWE, A TIME OF REFLECTION AND INSPIRATION.

THE HIGH HOLY DAYS AT BJC THIS YEAR: SUNDAY, 9/13 AT 8:00 PM -EREV ROSH HASHANAH

MONDAY, 9/14 AT 10:00 AM FOR ROSH HASHANAH, TUESDAY 9/22 AT 8:00 PM FOR KOL NIDRE

AND WEDNESDAY 9/23 AT 10:00 FOR YOM KIPPUR.   FAMILY SERVICES ARE AT 1:30 PM ON BOTH

DAYS.   PLEASE USE THE LINK TO THE RIGHT TO PURCHASE TICKETS.

 

 

Morocco: Sights & Insights
Join BJC this fall for an extraordinary experience!
October 13 - 24, 2015.  Download Flyer Here

 

 •Experience Morocco’s fascinating mosaic of cultures and encounter diverse communities (Arab & Amazigh/Berber; Jewish & Muslim; rural & urban).
•Learn about historical, political, and social issues; examine traditional and contemporary ways of dealing with coexistence, challenges, and change.
•Explore historic and contemporary relations between Jews and Muslims in Morocco, and gain insights relevant to the broader region today.
•Visit Morocco’s major cities: Casablanca, Rabat, Meknes, Fes, Marrakech, and Essaouira., and see historical and religious sites.
•Walk through Morocco’s bustling markets; enjoy Moroccan cuisine.
•Discover diverse regions and landscapes, the Sahara’s sand dunes, the Mid-Atlas majestic mountains, the coastline, forests, remote villages, & mud castles.
•Engage with Moroccan community members and resource people, and share activities and meals (including Shabbat meals & services) with them.

 

 

 

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An independent Jewish congregation welcoming all without regard to gender, race, creed, color, religious background, sexual orientation, or origin.

Service Schedule

Friday September 4, 2015

N'tivim L'Shabbat Music Service

Saturday September 5, 2015

Shabbat Worship-Nevo Bar Mitzvah

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