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All our services are available via Zoom, live stream or dial in and are being led by our clergy.  We hope to see you back in shul soon.  Be well.

Join us virtually via our streaming portal, which may be found here.  If you would like a more interactive experience, join us via Zoom (see links below) or call US :  +1 929 205 6099  Meeting ID# below.

Sunday morning minyan click here Meeting ID #298 657 543
Weekday morning minyan click here Meeting ID #413 413 630
Afternoon minyan click here Meeting ID #200 230 834
Friday evening service click here Meeting ID #843 828 395
Shabbat morning service click here Meeting ID #750 690 071
Shabbat afternoon service click here Meeting ID #932 5191 4283

Service Times:

Weekdays: 7:15 am, 6:00 pm
Saturdays: 9:00 am, 6:00 pm
Sundays: 8:00 am, 6:00 pm
Monday, May 25 is Memorial Day.  Services will be held at 8 am and 6 pm.  Please use the Sunday morning link for the morning service.

Shavuot Service Times and Zoom Information:

For Erev Shavuot, Thursday, May 28, Mincha will be at 7:15 pm.  There will be no 6 pm service. 
Zoom here, Meeting ID # 200 230 834.
For 1st & 2nd days Shavuot, Friday, May 29 and Saturday, May 30, the service will begin at 9 am. 
Zoom here, Meeting ID #750 690 071  (it is the same link as regular Shabbat mornings).


Come experience the beauty of Shabbat at
B’nai Jeshurun. Unplug and be uplifted! Our Carlebach-style Friday evening service is filled with uplifting song and our Shabbat Rocks! service is sure to get you singing
(see more information below). The Friday evening service usually begins at 6:00 pm, but when it begins at 7:00 pm, we hold a festive oneg afterwards. 

Saturday morning is filled with activity ranging from our weekly Starbucks, Bread & Torah Study, religious school and children’s services. The centerpiece is the service in the David J. & Ruth A. Moskowitz Sanctuary led by our fabulous Cantor Aaron Shifman and our terrific team of rabbis, which begins at 9:00 am. Experience the depth of prayer, hear the Torah chanted by our knowledgeable core of readers of all ages, wrestle with the meaning of our texts and traditions, and join us for a beautiful kiddush in the Gross Atrium following the service.

Click here to view Shabbat handouts.  

Click here to view the Torah Blessings.


Join Our Torah Reader Corps!

Contact Shani Kadis (216.831-6555 ext. 131) to learn more.


Starbucks, Bread & Torah
Saturdays • 9:00-10:00 am

Gain fresh insights into the Torah, and study with great teachers on Zoom. Meeting ID: 979 212 512.  Download the special siddur here.


Virtual Canine Shabbat
Friday, June 12 at 6:15 pm

Welcome in Shabbat and bring your 4 legged friend too! We’ll join together through Zoom as we share, sing and celebrate with our dogs. Every dog will receive the “Barking Blessing” and we will also light the candles and say the kiddush.  Everyone is welcome! Those without dogs can join us too and since this will be online, all pets are welcome. Please send a photo of your dog (or pet) to Shani Kadis by June 5. Join us on Zoom. Meeting ID: 931 6723 1632.


Shabbat Rocks! Shabbat Rocks
(going virtual June 19!)

One Friday evening a month, May through August at 7:00 pm

What do you get when you combine the flowing poetry of Psalms with a live band playing some of today’s hottest Jewish music? You get Shabbat Rocks! - a Friday evening service to welcome Shabbat unlike anything you have ever experienced. Check it out and join us for this wonderful, new Kabbalat Shabbat experience!

Listen to the tracks!
Download the prayer book

The rest of the evening service will include contemporary melodies but will be without instruments.


Inclusion Shabbat

This service is geared toward those who are mentally and physically other-abled (and their families). Rabbi Foster leads this 30 minute service and we use a special, colorful siddur with shortened prayers in Hebrew and in English. Everyone is encouraged to participate, at their own level allowing everyone to enjoy the warmth of Shabbat. Open to the entire community. Contact Gerry Erenberg for further information.

Fri, May 29 2020 6 Sivan 5780