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Accessing our "Virtual Community Room"​

We are working to provide virtual activities so that we can continue to serve our community through the current crisis. A list of activities open to the congregation and community will be updated regularly here.

Our virtual events are open to everyone! B'nai Torah membership is not required to join our virtual activities.

 Braiding Connections Challah Bake: Hanukkah-Themed Challah - Thursday, December 3 at 7:30 PM
Stay connected to your B'nai Torah family by participating in a monthly challah bake and get ready for Shabbat together! Each month, Debbie Lewis, Owner and Chef of Red Spoon Bakery, will lead us in a different challah bake demo. This demo will be a Hanukkah-themed challah. Click here to register!

 Club 345 Lost Artifacts: 20 Questions - Sunday, December 6 at 1:30 PM
The museum was robbed and the thief was so good, nobody even noticed something went missing! Not wanting his skill to go unnoticed, he made a deal that if you can correctly guess what he stole, then he’ll return it to the museum in one piece. But there is a catch – you only get 20 questions. Can you make your questions count and figure it out! Click here to register!

 Sisterhood Virtual Book Club - Monday, December 7 at 7:30 PM
Do you like to read? Do you like to chat? Join the Sisterhood Book Club! Sisterhood Book Club will meet via Zoom on the first Monday of each month. The annual cost is $55 per person. At the second meeting, we will discuss Nickel Boys by Colson Whitehead. Click here to see the book selections for 2020-2021. Click here to register!

 Eight Inspiring Nights of Hanukkah - Thursday, December 10 - Thursday, December 17 
Join us for a full week of Hanukkah festivities! Each night, we will come together in the B'nai Torah parking lot for a drive-in candle lighting. Lightings will also be available via Zoom and live stream. At each lighting, we will highlight a different cohort in our community with special honors and programming!

 Thursday, December 10 - Spotlight on B'nai Torah 20s and 30s
6:00 - Drive-In and Virtual Candle Lighting
7:30 PM - Virtual Mixology Demo with Mixologist, Rachael Green
Join us as Professional Mixologist, Rachael Green, demonstrates how to make a few Hanukkah-themed cocktails and mocktails that you can enjoy during the holiday season! She will demonstrate a drink called "Jewish Gelt" and an Apple Spice Old Fashioned. We are thrilled to partner with Hillels of Georgia for this event. Click here to register!

 Friday, December 11 - Spotlight on B'nai Torah ECHAD Families (Families with Children Ages 5 and Under)
4:45 PM - Drive-In and Virtual Candle Lighting and Sing-Along with PJ Library - Click here to register!

 Saturday, December 12 - Spotlight on B'nai Torah Teens
6:15 PM - Drive-In and Virtual Candle Lighting with JumpSpark - Click here to register!

 Sunday, December 13 - Spotlight on B'nai Torah Brotherhood
6:00 PM - Drive-In and Virtual Candle Lighting and Keith's Corner BBQ Food Truck
Please Note: Due to safety and sanitization restrictions, all dinner purchases will be taken by pre-order ONLY by Thursday, December 10, and there will be NO refunds. All food can be picked up in the B'nai Torah parking lot after the candle lighting, and must be taken to go. There will be no eating on the property. Click here to register for the candle lighting! Click here to place your food order!

 Monday, December 14 - Spotlight on B'nai Torah Youth and BT LAB
6:00 PM - Drive-In and Virtual Candle Lighting with a Musical Performance by Hannah Toland from In The City Camps - Click here to register!

 Tuesday, December 15 - Spotlight on B'nai Torah Boomers
6:00 PM - Drive-In and Virtual Candle Lighting with JF&CS - Click here to register!

 Wednesday, December 16 - Spotlight on B'nai Torah Sisterhood
6:00 PM - Drive-In and Virtual Candle Lighting
7:30 PM - Not Your Typical Latke Bake with Dr. Marisa Soski
Join us as Dr. Marisa Soski teaches us recipes for both indulgent and healthy versions of non-traditional Hanukkah latkes! Click here to register!


 Thursday, December 17 - Spotlight on B'nai Torah Board, Committees, Sulam Participants and Staff
6:00 PM - Drive-In and Virtual Candle Lighting
We'd like to take the last night of Hanukkah to spotlight our incredible Board members, committee members, participants in our current Sulam cohort and staff for giving their time, energy and support to our congregation. Click here to register!

Please Note - For those joining us virtually, ma'ariv and candle lightings will begin approximately 15 minutes after the start of the program each night.

Weekly Activities: 

Knitzvah - Sundays at 1:00 PM in the Virtual Community Room
Knitters of all skill levels and ages are invited to participate in our virtual Knitzvah session! 

Weekly Virtual Commute - Mondays at 8:45 AM
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! 

Weekly Boomer Happy Hour - Wednesdays at 5:00 PM in the Virtual Community Room
Grab a drink and/or snacks and spend some time with your fellow B'nai Torah Boomers via Zoom! Share ideas for keeping yourself entertained at home, discuss any emotions you're feeling during these uncertain times and enjoy some time with friendly faces!

 Preschool Age Shabbat Sing with Rabbi K - Fridays at 10:00 AM
Calling all preschool age families! Join Rabbi K every Friday morning at 10:00 AM for a special virtual Shabbat Sing! You do not need to be part of the B'nai Torah Preschool to participate. There is no registration required to join. If you'd like to join for Shabbat Sing, please contact Ilana Burstein, Interim Early Childhood Education Director at

Accessing the Virtual Community Room: When it is time for the event to begin, visit to enter the B'nai Torah Virtual Community Room! For security purposes, our Virtual Community Room is private for B'nai Torah members and friends. To request access to our Virtual Synagogue, please submit this form, and a member of our staff will be in touch with more information. If you are a B'nai Torah Member, please check your email for the password.

Fri, December 4 2020 18 Kislev 5781