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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. 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This effort began as a response to the massacre in Christchurch, New Zealand, but has grown to a regular practice of #8220;loving our neighbor as ourselves. #8221;We invite you to bring a white sign that says #8220;Jewish New Yorkers Support our Muslim Neighbors #8221; or #8220;We Stand With You. #8221; We offer greetings of #8220;A-salaam Aleikum #8221; and #8220;Jummah Mubarak. #8221;All are welcome, no registration required.pCall For New UshersFridays and Saturdays | 6:30-8:00PM amp; 9:30-12:00PM | SanctuaryBJ members, are you excited about making BJ a warmer and more welcoming place? Join our amazing group of ushers! Greet new members and guests, help prepare the sanctuary for services, and spread the love. 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If you鈥檙e interested in contributing to a kiddush in honor of a milestone or in memory of a loved one, please email Julie or call her at x258.pHebrew Ulpan Classes 讗讜诇驻谉 注讘专讬转Monday, May 27 | 5:00-7:00PM and 7:00-9:00PM | Community HouseRegistration for this series is closed. Classes are held every Monday.聽Join members of the BJ, Habonim and Shaare Zedek communities in a small group environment聽to build and improve your Hebrew conversational skills. The Hebrew Ulpan course teaches the fundamental structure of Hebrew and its basic forms, as well as the necessary vocabulary for everyday conversations, reading, and writing. This class is open to both members and non-members of the three synagogues so invite your friends to join! Read more raquo;p"Soul Food" Lunch and Learn with Rabbi Felicia SolTuesday, May 28 | 12:30-1:45PM | Middle RoomBring a bagged lunch and open up your soul to the nourishment and challenge of the Hassidic rabbis. 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Read more raquo;pCommunity Forum with the Alliance of Families for JusticeThursday, May 30 | 7:00-8:30PM | SPSA, 263 West 86th StreetPlease join the Racial Justice Committee of B #8217;nai Jeshurun, St. Paul and St. Andrew, and Soffiyah Elijah, Executive Director of the Alliance of Families for Justice, for a community forum to discuss the city鈥檚 plan to close Rikers Island. Read more raquo;pWomen's Retreat 2019Friday, May 31-Sunday, June 2 | Isabella Freedman Jewish Retreat Center,聽116 Johnson Road, Falls Village, CTMeet Me at Sinai: Women #8217;s Love, Rage, and Righteous Indignation at a Time of RevelationJoin Rabbi Felicia Sol, and MTM fellows Abi Weber and Margo Hughes-Robinson, for a glorious Shabbat of joy, song, learning, and connection in a beautiful, natural environment filled with the exclusive sound of women #8217;s voices. Whether you are new to BJ or a long-time member, the Women #8217;s Retreat creates an atmosphere of connection where all are embraced for who they are. Community is built throughout the weekend and sustains itself when we get back to NYC.Click for more information.pIsraeli Queer EmigrationSaturday, June 1 | Following Kiddush | Rabbi Rachel Cowan ChapelTo open Pride Month at BJ, join Dr. Hila Amit and Israeli emigrants living in NYC, for an overview of the Israeli LGBTQ community and its intricate relationship with state. Dr. Amit the author of A Queer Way Out 鈥 The Politics of Israel Emigration, a new study about Israeli emigrants in NYC, London, and Berlin. Read more raquo;pAnnual Celebrate聽Israel ParadeSunday, June 2聽| 12:15PM | 53rd Street between 5th and 6th AvenueJoin the BJ rabbis and fellow members of the BJ community as we show our support of Israel on its 71st anniversary. Get out your Israeli flag as we walk/sing/rollerblade/push strollers down 5th Avenue. We will be marching as part of an Upper West Side coalition of synagogues. An official parade t-shirt will be provided at the meeting point. Read more raquo;pIsraeli Art and Culture Salon SeriesSunday, June 2 | 5:00-7:00PM | Location given upon registrationIn this six-part salon series, BJ members will get to meet some of the most promising Israeli artists working in New York today. These musicians, visual artists, singers, and actors will perform in an intimate, home setting, drawing on an overarching theme that will shed new light on Israeli arts and culture. The series is curated by BJ鈥檚 music director Dan Nadel, and facilitated by BJ鈥檚 shaliah Moshe Samuels.Featured Guests: Musician Or Bareket and author Dr. Hila Amit Read more raquo;pIsraeli Book ClubMonday, June 3 | 7:00-8:30PM | Middle RoomBJ #8217;s Israeli Book Club is more than just your typical reading group鈥攊t is an intimate encounter with Israeli culture, society, and politics. Join us for a good read and nuanced conversation that will help you gain a deeper understanding and appreciation of contemporary Israeli issues. Read more raquo;pMonday Meditation MinyanMonday, June 3 | 6:30-7:00PM | Rabbi Rachel Cowan ChapelWhether you have a deep meditation practice or are interested in exploring mindfulness for the first time, we invite you to join us for Monday Meditation Minyan, led by Yael Shy. Each session will begin with wisdom from the Jewish tradition, followed by focused meditation (with some guidance), a short discussion, and an opportunity for community members to recite Mourner #8217;s Kaddish. No experience necessary; all are welcome.Monday Meditation Minyan meets weekly, with the exception of national and Jewish holidays. To get a glimpse of what you can experience in-person, check out the live stream of this season #8217;s first session. Read more raquo;pThe 7th Annual Israel Film Center FestivalMonday, June 3-Wednesday, June 12 | Various Times | Marlene Meyerson JCC Manhattan, 334 Amsterdam AveBJ is proud to partner with Marlene Meyerson JCC Manhattan in presenting some of the best Israeli films of 2018-2019.BJ members will enjoy a 25% discount on all tickets by using the code ifcbj19.Click the link below to learn more and purchase tickets. Read more raquo;p2019 Annual MeetingTuesday, June 4 | 7:00PM | SanctuaryBJ members are invited to attend the 2019 Annual Meeting, where you will hear reports from our rabbis, executive director, board leaders, and treasurer about this year #8217;s tremendous accomplishments. We will look ahead to next year #8217;s goals, programmatic highlights, and financial outlook, as well as sharing in a moment to say #8220;thank you #8221; to outgoing trustees and to welcome the new trustees to the board. Read more raquo;pView more upcoming events raquo;See All Upcoming Events Printable CalendarNotary Services for BJ MembersBusiness hours | BJ Community HouseOur 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聽to set up a notary appointment.pView more ongoing events raquo;See All Ongoing EventsListen to this d'varParashat Aharei MotMay 4, 2019 bull; Rabbi Felicia L. SolListen to this d'varParashat Metzora bull; Shabbat HagadolApril 13, 2019 bull; Rabbi J. Rolando MatalonListen to this d'varParashat Shemini bull; Shabbat ParahMarch 30, 2019 bull; Rabbi Chayim Seidler-FellerListen to this d'varParashat TzavMarch 23, 2019 bull; Margo Hughes-RobinsonListen to this d'varParashat Vayikra bull; Shabbat ZakhorMarch 16, 2019 bull; Rabbi Erin Glazer, Rabbi Naamah KelmanListen to this d'varParashat PekudeiMarch 9, 2019 bull; Rabbi J. Rolando MatalonListen to this d'varParashat Vayak'hel bull; Shabbat ShekalimMarch 2, 2019 bull; Rabbi Shuli PassowListen to this d'varParashat Ki TissaFebruary 23, 2019 bull; Rabbi Adina LewittesListen to this d'varParashat TetzaveFebruary 16, 2019 bull; Abi WeberListen to this d'varParashat TerumaFebruary 9, 2019 bull; Rabbi Marcelo R. BronsteinSee All Divrei TorahVolunteers 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.聽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聽ShabbatConnections@bj.org聽for more information on how you can help.pMeals for New ParentsLike to cook?聽 Be part of new effort to reach out with a loving hand to families in our community!聽 Join a team of people who will sign up to cook meals for parents when a baby is born.聽 Contact Enid Lotstein at and Hospitality: Volunteer with the Judith Bernstein Lunch ProgramThursdays | 11:30AM-1:00PM | 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聽Larissa Wohl or call x272.pSee All Volunteer OpportunitiesQuote #8220;Jewish spirituality at BJ is about creating a community in which modern Jews can, through the tradition, reach into their souls emotionally and intellectually to find their unique purpose, and be inspired to live lives that reflect that purpose. #8221; mdash; Rabbis Matalon, Bronstein, and Solfrom @bjnyc on twitterfrom @bjnyc on twitter About BJPrayer and SpiritualityFamily Life and LearningCommunitySocial JusticeIsraelSupport Rabbis: J. Rolando Matalon, Felicia L. Sol, Erin R. Glazer, Marcelo R. Bronstein Hazzan: Ari Priven Executive Director: Colin A. Weil 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; 2019 by B'nai Jeshurun. 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