Welcome to B'nai Jeshurun Congregation

  • Meet our exceptional clergy! Our clergy are warm and embracing. They are known for their scholarship and inspiring teaching and for their caring support and guidance of families through good times and bad. We are proud of their leadership in our community. 

  • Our synagogue strives to make a difference in the lives of our members and in our community. Learn more about upcoming projects and how you can make a difference on our CHESED page.

  • Join us for worship, holidays, groundbreaking programs, and life cycle events.

  • Our facilities are top notch and we strive to make your special moments unforgettable.

  • Our Youth and Learning Center provides meaningful Jewish experiences for children of all ages. A lookback at our Shabbaton at Camp Wise.

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We are pleased to welcome you to our website and look forward to meeting you at our synagogue.  B'nai Jeshurun is a Conservative synagogue and has been the spiritual home to Jews in Cleveland for more than 150 years.  We provide spiritual, educational, cultural, and social activities, programs, and services to nearly 1,000 families. Come and join our family and you will see for yourself how warm and welcoming we are.  

You can learn more about membership or join online today. Contact us for more information about B'nai Jeshurun and how you can get involved.


Sunday, April 23, 2017 from 10:30am-12:15pm

Join other young families for a special morning at the Greater Cleveland Aquarium, as we learn about the mitzvah of caring for animals. Enjoy a scavenger hunt, guided tour, craft and snack. Cost: $8 adults; $5 children 2-12; under 2 are free. REGISTER HERE


The Crime of Complicity: The Bystander in the Holocaust

Thursday, April 27 at 7:00pm

Amos N. Guira addresses these profound questions and the bystander-victim relationship from a deeply and legal perspective, focusing on the Holocaust and then exploring cases in contemporary society. Learn more and see our sponsors.

L’dor V’dor Now Available to be Streamed

We are thrilled to announce that L’dor V’dor: The History of B’nai Jeshurun, our 150th anniversary documentary, is now available to be streamed in your home and around the world.  The documentary film by Todd Kwait explores the history of our synagogue through historic recordings, photographs, interviews, and newly filmed footage. We are very proud of this film, and our rich history, and encourage you to share the link with others. 



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April 21-23

Join your BJC friends for a Shabbaton filled with learning, friendship, fun, food, exciting activities and learn great Jewish values.

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Israeli Festival of the Arts 
Art Show and Sale

Thursday, May 11 (7-10pm) 
Friday, May 12 (9am-6pm)  
Sunday, May 14 (9am-4pm)

Join us for a very special art show and sale!  B'nai Jeshurun will be transformed into a gallery of the best of Israeli art-- direct from the Safrai Gallery in Jerusalem.  This unique collection of more than 1500 original works of art by more than 100 Israeli artists will be open to the entire community.  It is free to attend and there is something for every taste and price range. A portion of the proceeds will benefit B'nai Jeshurun.   

Special Events: Pre-Shabbat Happy Hour May 12 from 4-6pm & Family Art Event May 14 from 2-4pm


With the support of a generous donor, the synagogue is now streaming programs and services from The David J. Moskowitz Sanctuary and Nickman Chapel. If you are sick, out of town, or just unable to attend services, with the click of a button you can now watch our services live, or at your convenience in our archives. Click here to watch live-streaming or explore our video archive. 



More than 300 congregants, friends and community members walked the red carpet on Sunday, October 30th at our Sesquicentennial Gala Premiere, as we raised a remarkable $270,000 for our Ensuring the Future endowment campaign, through commemorative ads, sponsorships, auction bids and donations.  It's not every day that a synagogue celebrates 150 years, especially a history as rich as ours!  As we wrap up our year-long anniversary celebration, we hope you agree that this has been an amazing year of "honoring the past, celebrating the present and ensuring the future." 
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