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BJC CONNECTS ONLINE

Stay connected with BJC! Zoom in via computer or phone at (929) 205-6099 and the Meeting ID.

All programs require a password.  Please contact the synagogue office to acquire them (216.831.6555) or check your synagogue emails.

STAY CONNECTED WITH SISTERHOOD, MEN'S CLUB, ATID & MORE


Men's Club Happy Hour
Tuesday, October 27 at 5:00 pm

Our very own Dr. Ed Horowitz, professor of political communication at Cleveland State University, breaks down the state of the race as we head into the final week of the 2020 presidential campaign. Join us each week as we discuss different topics. Open to everyone. We're looking forward to seeing you! If you're interested in leading a discussion or have ideas for a future topic, let Mitch Lauer know.  Zoom in or call in at (929) 205-6099, Meeting ID #988 7747 2739.


Cooking with Murray
Thursday, October 29 at 7:00 pm

We will be doing minimal ingredient recipes (many just 2 or 3 ingredients) for the class. They include Mini Sweet Potato BunsMama Lee's Sweet and Sour Meatballs,  Whole Wheat Seeded CrackersCaprese Salad and Salted Almond Butter Cookies. Our cooks are Tova Cohen and Murray Berkowitz. Our Zoom master is Chad Cohen. watch video demonstrations and see past recipes on our YouTube ChannelZoom in at or dial in at (929) 205-6099, Meeting ID: 864686 70994. Contact the synagogue office to obtain the password.


"A's, B's, C's, and D's of Medicare...
Understanding Your Choices"
Sunday, November 1 at 12:30 pm

Marcy Rosenthal, MS, Licensed Medicare Sales Manager will talk on the topic of Medicare Plans and how to decide which one is best. Zoom in, Meeting ID# 927 1426 9592. Password will be provided through our synagogue emails. Contact Robin Rood or call her at (440) 666-7658 to learn more.
Click here for the MCC Medicare Trifold Handout.


Up Close and Personal with
TOVAH FELDSHUH
Saturday, November 7 at 8:00 pm

Spend an hour with this Broadway treasure as she talks about her 45-year career on The Great White Way. Best known for her stunning portrayal of Golda Meir in Golda’s Balcony on Broadway and her role as Rebecca’s mother in Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, Tovah Feldshuh’s career runs from Cyrano to Pippin, from Yentl to Irena’s Vow, and includes Lend Me A Tenor, and more. Her performances have garnered her 6 Tony and Emmy nominations. 

This event is co-sponsored by Men's Club and  Sisterhood. The event is free for synagogue members and $18 for non-members.

Registration is required! Register online by November 5.
(Zoom information will be emailed to you.)


ATID Codenames
Thursday, November 12 at 8:00pm

Take a break from your busy week for some fun and games as we play Codenames. No experience is needed and we will teach you the rules if you have never played before.

Zoom in, Meeting ID# 966 8815 9446. Password will be provided through our synagogue emails. Atid is open to all young adults in their 20’s and 30’s. If you know someone who wants to get involved, have them join us on November 5! Contact Shani Kadis to learn more.


Sisterhood Book Discussion
Wednesday, November 18 at 7:30 pm

Our book this month is "All the Rivers: A Novel" by Dorit Rabinyan". All are welcome to join in the third Wednesday of each month for a book discussion.  Zoom in, Meeting ID: 91870271592. Contact Fay Blumenthal to learn more.  


The arts of thanksgiving
Monday, November 23 at 7:30 pm

The arts of thanksgiving is a free virtual celebration for all ages and will be enjoyed by everyone. This will be our 10th annual arts of thanksgiving. We began this event to celebrate the beauty of our many faith and cultural traditions. Over the years we have welcomed our many sponsors, performers and guests.

This year will be no different as we welcome performing artists from a variety of faiths and cultural backgrounds, expressing the beautiful diversity of our city through music, art and dance virtually. The evening will feature pre-recorded performances and will include messages from clergy and organizational leaders across Cleveland.

Visit our arts of thanksgiving website

REGISTER ONLINE  through Eventbrite.  


Thank you to everyone who participated in our Chalk Art Festival! All of the work was truly moving, inspiring and it brought color and connected many of you back to our synagogue!

 

Tue, October 27 2020 9 Cheshvan 5781