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Congregation-Wide Events & Programs:

 Congregational Cookout - Friday, September 1 at 7:30PM
You're invited! MEAT us at B'nai Torah for a congregational dinner to KETCHUP with your friends. We MUSTARD-mit that it would be nice to see you; we would really RELISH your company. Enjoy burgers, hot dogs, tater tots and more at our Congregational Cookout Dinner on Friday, September 1 after Shabbat services. Dinner costs $25 per adult and $15 per child under 12. - Click here to register

20s & 30s:

B'nai Torah 20s & 30s provides social programming for the young adults in our community. Connect with other Jews in their 20s and 30s as we make new friendships and share amazing experiences. We are a welcoming group that would love to have you join in on our fun! If you have ideas of things you’d love to do, we’d love to help you make it happen. Also, feel free to invite friends and family who may not be affiliated with B'nai Torah. We love to meet new people and expand our community! Contact Rabbi Breit for more information.

Know anybody who grew up at B'nai Torah, who is now in their 20s or 30s? Please email us with their contact information, so that we can invite them to future events.

 20's and 30's BBQ - Sunday, August 27 at 6 to 8PM
Come to Rabbi Heller's home for a casual cookout with the rabbis on Sunday, August 27. We will have plenty of food and look forward to spending the evening with each other. Check your email for the Evite from Rabbi Breit!

Adult Events & Programs:

Congregation B’nai Torah is more than a building. We are an authentic and welcoming community that helps you deepen your relationships with others who share your values and with God. Join in the fun, learning, and worship.

 Wise Aging Series - Beginning August 10 
Connect with JF&CS Community Chaplain, Rabbi Judith Beiner and a peer group of individuals as we process the experiences of our lives and explore more ways to enrich the years to come. The course is based on and includes content from Rabbi Rachel Cowan and Dr. Linda Thal's book, Wise Aging: Living with Joy, Resilience and Spirit. This class is $36 a person, including a copy of the book, and spots are limited to 20 people. -
 Click here to register

Weekly Virtual Commute - Mondays at 8:45AM
Join Rabbi Heller, Rabbi K, or Rabbi Breit each Monday morning for 15 minutes of spirituality to start your work week. Click here to submit a one-time registration form! 

Introduction to Judaism - Multiple Sessions Available!
Do you know someone who is interested in converting to Judaism, or who is already Jewish but wants to rediscover and reconnect? Bnai Torah is partnering with six other congregations to create a new city-wide opportunity. Email our rabbis, or click here to learn more and to register!

Boomers&... Events & Programs:

Meet other empty nester and boomer congregants who share your passions and have time and energy for volunteering, participating in social events, helping others, and more!

 Balance Class with Carol Wolf - Wednesday, September 6 at 10AM
Come to B'nai Torah to learn about balance with fellow congregant and Physical Therapist, Carol Wolf! Balance is not just a factor of mobility. It is an integral part of overall health and longevity. Good balance is more than staying upright. It enables one to be physically active—encouraging regular exercise and movement that leads to stronger muscles, bones and improved mental and cardiovascular health. The good news is that balance can be improved at any age. - Click here to register

B'nai Torah Women Events & Programs:

B'nai Torah Women (BTW) is a revamped and reinvigorated sisterhood effort. We are a committed and dynamic group of volunteers that provides an interactive environment for its members, supports the congregation, and enriches the Jewish education and connections to Israel of its members. BTW offers the unique opportunity of making lifelong friends, learning about interesting topics, leading a more profound Jewish life and giving back to our community. We sponsor and promote social, educational, and cultural activities for our members as well as participate in programs that promote community responsibility.
B'nai Torah Women Book Club - Monthly
BTW Book Club returns this fall! Stay tuned. 
 Mahj Jong with B'nai Torah Women - Sundays from 9:30-11AM
BTW will be meeting on Sundays to schmooze and play Mahjong! Players of all skill levels are welcome. We have some mahjong sets and cards, but if you have your own, please bring them. We are encouraging people to sign-up to ensure we have full tables for games. - 
Click here to see dates and RSVP. Questions or problems with the SignupGenius? Email Tiffany Gelbaum at


Brotherhood Events & Programs:

Our mission is to promote social interaction and greater involvement in the synagogue. We like to think that Brotherhood is an excellent way to meet other members of the Shul on an informal basis given our wide variety of programs. Our four areas of focus are: Religion, Sports, Social, and Community. While some of our programs are Brotherhood-only, the majority are open to the broader Shul community and may be family-oriented or take place in conjunction with other B'nai Torah groups. From a ruach perspective, the Brotherhood is responsible for High Holiday ushering and leading participation in the World Wide Wrap.

Young Family & ECHAD Events & Programs:

B'nai Torah Young Family programs are for families with children in 2nd grade and under. Our Early Childhood Activities Department (ECHAD) programs are more appropriate for families with children ages 5 and under. Our B'nai Babies programs are best suited for families with children ages 3-18 months. The descriptions of the programs and events below will provide guidance as to what ages the activity is for.

For questions about this program, please email our Early Childhood Education Director, Jayme Fishman at


Youth Events & Programs:

B'nai Torah's Youth programs are for students in 3rd grade through high school. The descriptions of the programs and events below will provide guidance as to what ages the activity is for.


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