Mizmor L'Shabbat Service
First Friday of the Month (September – June)
7:30 p.m. - Service
A joyous, musical service featuring Shakshuka and our amazing T'filah Band.
Kabbalat Shabbat Service
Second, Fourth & Fifth Fridays of the Month (September – June)
7:30 p.m. - Service
A soulful service featuring contemplative music and sermons in the traditional BJBE style.
Matzah Ball Shabbat Family Service
Third Friday of the Month (September – May)
5:15 p.m. – Matzah Ball Soup and Challah
6:00 p.m. – Service
Join the BJBE community for a bowl of matzah ball soup and challah followed by an uplifting, inspiring multi-generational service featuring our Kol Simchah Youth Choir and a story for children.
Summer Kabbalat Shabbat Service
Every Friday, June 16–August 11
6:00 p.m. - Service
Kol Shabbat Musical Service
Celebrate Shabbat in a relaxed and informal environment with beautiful music and spirited singing, Torah reading, and an inspiring D'var Torah.
Second Saturday of the Month (September –June)
9:30 a.m. – Service
10:00 a.m. – Kiddush and Family Art Project
Celebrate Shabbat with your toddlers in this fun and energetic service which includes joyous music and a Shabbat story for children. Then join us immediately following the service for challah, grape juice, and a creative family art project.
Morning B'nai Mitzvah Service
Celebrate with BJBE teens and their families as they take on the obligation of becoming bar or bat mitzvah. The bar/bat mitzvah students lead the entire service along with the clergy, chant Torah, and deliver inspiring D'vrei Torah (sermons).
Havdalah B'nai Mitzvah Service
Celebrate with BJBE teens and their families, as they take on the obligation of becoming bar or bat mitzvah. The bar/bat mitzvah students lead the entire service along with the clergy, chant Torah, deliver inspiring D'vrei Torah (sermons), and lead us in the Havdalah ceremony marking the transition from Shabbat to the new week.
Wednesday Morning Minyan
BJBE offers a convenient mid-week opportunity for prayer on Wednesday mornings. Stop in on your way to work to give your spirit a workout, find friendship in community, and be present for fellow congregants who need to say Kaddish for a loved one.