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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 new 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 or 7:30 pm, we hold a festive oneg afterwards. Please view the Daily Minyan page for this week's current time.
Saturday morning is filled with activity ranging from our weekly Starbucks, Bread & Torah study, religious school, children’s services, and Open Tent, an alternative lay-led minyan. 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.
SHABBAT IS BETTER THAN EVER AT B'NAI JESHURUN
Starbucks, Bread, and Torah: Every Saturday from 9:00 - 9:45 am in Gottlieb Auditorium. Engage in stimulating conversation, gain fresh insights into the Torah, and study with great teachers!
Once a month Friday evenings April through August at 7 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 which include:
Shalom Aleichem - Sheldon Low
L'chu N'ran'na - Mark Opatow
Shiru - Bryan Zive and Kol Echad
Blaze (Anan Va'arafel) - Nava Tehila
Or Zarua - Bryan Zive and Kol Echad
Let the Rivers Clap Their Hands - SoulAviv
Receiving the Word (Y'daber Aleihem) - Nava Tehila
Mizmor L'David - Rick Recht
L'cha Dodi - Jon Nelson and Yom Hadash
The rest of the evening service will include contemporary melodies but will be without instruments.