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If you are interested in learning more about B'nai Torah Bridges - our small group initiative designed to help members connect with others who share a certain passion or are looking for support for a specific need - click here!

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Congregation-Wide Events & Programs:

 New Member Shabbat - Saturday, January 28 beginning with services at 9AM
On Saturday, January 28, we're honoring our newest members of B'nai Torah! Join us for a special Shabbat service geared towards welcoming out new members. Following services, a festive kiddush lunch will provide an opportunity to make new connections in the community. This is open to everyone! New Members should look for an Evite invitation with more details!

 Family Estrangement Support Group with Rabbi Beiner - 3 Meetings - Tuesdays, January 10, February 21, and March 14 from 7PM-8PM
Family estrangements are as old as our biblical ancestors, whose stories seldom ended with "happily ever after." Many people today experience deeply complicated family situations that give rise to emotions including anger, sadness, and resentment. The purpose of this group will be to provide support, encouragement, resources, and compassion to those who are experiencing family estrangement. Facilitators: Rabbi Beiner and Ilene Abrams

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 Shabbat Dinner - Friday, January 27 beginning with services at 6:30PM
Come join our crew of young adults for a Kabbalat Shabbat service and a delicious Mediterranean-themed Shabbat dinner at Bnai Torah. Check your email for an evite from Rabbi Breit! Didn't get one and want to attend? Please email

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.

Weekly Virtual Commute - Mondays at 8:45AM
Join Rabbi Heller and Rabbi K 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, starting this coming Monday! 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!

Weekly Boomer Happy Hour - Wednesdays at 5PM in the Virtual Community Room Grab a drink and/or snacks and spend some time each week with your fellow B'nai Torah Boomers via Zoom! Share ideas for spring happenings and hobbies, discuss any emotions you're feeling and enjoy some time with friendly faces!


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 
Do you like to read? Do you like to chat? Join B'nai Torah Women's Book Club! BTW Book Club meets via Zoom and in-person on the first Monday of each month beginning November 7, 2022. - Sign-up here!

 Mahj Jong with B'nai Torah Women - Sundays from 9:30-11AM, beginning on Sunday, January 22.
BTW will be meeting on Sundays to schmooze and play Mahj! Players of all skill levels are welcome. We have some mahj jong sets, but if you have your own, please bring it. - Click here to see dates and RSVP

 B'nai Torah Women Planting Seeds Retreat at Ramah Darom - Friday, February 10 to Sunday, February 12
B'nai Torah Women are heading to Camp Ramah Darom for a weekend retreat! The retreat's theme is Planting Seeds. We are excited that Rabbi Elizabeth Breit will be leading learning sessions for us. Activities include making art, cocktails, a bonfire, and free time with friends old and new as we take time for ourselves to relax and rejuvenate. Please note, you MUST sign up by January 13 to attend, and  partial refunds are only available through December 31. - Register here


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.

Brotherhood Poker - on hiatus until further notice. 

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, Ilana Burstein 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.

 9th/10th Grade Pizza with the Rabbis - Sunday, January 29 beginning at 6:30PM
Each month, we invite our 8th, 9th, and 10th graders to schmooze and tackle tough topics with our rabbis. For more information about topics, click the appropriate registration below for the desired grade level.

  • 9th Grade with Rabbi Heller (6:30PM at B'nai Torah) - Register here
  • 10th Grade with Rabbi Breit (6:30PM at Rabbi Breit's) - Register here


Sun, January 29 2023 7 Shevat 5783