Please join us this Friday night as we celebrate the Festival of Lights in a Chanukah Matzah Ball Shabbat. The evening starts at 5:15pm for delicious matzah ball soup followed by a multi-generational Chanukah service at 6:00pm in the Sacred Hall. Bring your chanukiah (one per family) and five candles and join us as we light the candles and recite the prayer together.
See below for detailed information on this and other programs
Our Lost and Found (located in the office workroom) is overflowing. We will be donating all unclaimed items at the end of the year. Please stop by and take a look for those missing jackets, sweaters, gloves, hats, backpacks and more.
Arlene MayzelExecutive Director847-940-7575, ext. email@example.com
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Sanctuary update and a visit from our architect... What you can't see is the music! When I walked in the Sanctuary, a song was playing, from everywhere, all at once.
BJBE records many services. View a live stream when available from the Sanctuary &/or the Sacred Hall.
Previous services are in our audio-video library.
BJBE event photos share exciting events and programs. Email Gayle Jan to add photos.
Learning the Symbols of our Sanctuary, video
Dedication Gala Montage
Slideshow of Kids & Walls
Volume 1, Issue 1
Bad Weather? Click here to see if we are open.
Friday, December 19, Chanukah Shabbat Service
MLK Community Day of Service
Kolin/Israel Trip Information