February 5 - 6, Shabbat Mishpatim
Candle Lighting 4:58 PM
Friday Evening Services 6:30 PM
Shabbat Morning Services 9:15 AM
Shabbat ends 6:01 PM
Sunday morning Services 9:00 AM
Saturday, February 6
Join us during Shabbat Services when Rabbi Weintraub will talk about his participation in the recent trip to Israel with a group of Brooklyn Rabbis and Jewish professionals on a UJA and Jewish Agency sponsored mission that was primarily focused on learning about the central challenges facing Israel today and some amazing work happening to combat those challenges.
Brooklyn Collaborative Lecture Series
How do different visions and aspirations for Israel inform how we view the current situation? This question will be explored in a three part lecture series bringing to Brownstone Brooklyn three outstanding Israeli public intellectuals.
February 17, Temple Beth Elohim; March 16, Brooklyn Heights Synagogue; April 13, Union Temple
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PJ LIbrary presents Kane Street Sundays!
Open play, PJ Library story and music from 9AM – 12PM starting December 13 and every Sunday through mid-July
For families with kids age 4 and younger
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Bialy Rock Is The Place To Be Friday Mornings for kids Age 3 and Younger
Bialy Rock music class and singalong has everything great: puppets, music, giant drums, shakers, and lots of happy young children with their parents, nannies and grandparents. Get in on the fun every Friday morning – sessions 10-10:45am and 11:15-12noon. November 6 (10 AM class only), 13, 20, December 4, 11, 18
6 Session Series, $60 for synagogue members, $110 for non-members, Drop-ins, $20
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Please contact Rabbi Valerie Lieber for more information and to register.
Open Beit Midrash News: Rabbi Barat Ellman’s course, “Say you are my sister…: Sisters and Brother in the Bible,” begins Tuesday, January 26 and continues on February 2 and 9.
Among the many familial relationships represented in the Bible, one stands out for its obscurity: the relationship between sisters and brothers. There are many stories about brothers, sisters, husband and wives, mothers and sons, and fathers and sons, but the sister-brother relationship goes almost unnoticed. This course will study Biblical narratives to see how brothers and sisters did relate in ancient Israel why these relationships were of minor interest, and what wisdom we may glean from them.
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Please open and read our brochure for more information and to register.
For information, please email Joy Fallek