Throughout history, one of the great pillars of Jewish life has been its commitment to fostering a strong and thriving community for all Jews. Jewish communal life is one of the cornerstones of TBJ, and our committees and various social groups offer a wealth of diverse activities for all of our congregants.
Whether you are in high school or college, working, raising a family, or retired, there is a place for you in our community!
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High Holiday Calendar
Erev Rosh Hashanah Wednesday, September 24th
Rosh Hashanah, Thursday, September 25th
Kol Nidre, Friday, October 3rd
Yom Kippur, Saturday, October 4th
Enjoy the fellowship of more than 100 men as we host family events and a speakers series, volunteer at local charities, and play team sports. Read More
Help congregants who need extra support by visiting the homebound, driving a senior to a luncheon, and much more. Read More
Forge new friendships with couples in their 30s and 40s as you participate in special events. Read More
Regenerate you mind, body and soul through exercise. Read More
Join those who speak out in behalf of Israel. Read More
Connect with other mature congregants in informative and interesting get-togethers and in volunteer activities. Read More
At B’nai Jeshurun, we cherish our most senior members, which is why we are pleased to invite you to join Senior’s Keep-in-Touch. Read More
Rabbi Tarfon, a 1st Century Sage, wrote, “It is not incumbent upon us to fix the world. Nor are we free to abandon it.” One of the cornerstones of Judaism is its commitment to Tikkun Olam (social action), to repair the world. Read More
Raise up your voice in song as a member of our choir. Read More
Network with fellow professionals, participate in our book group, holiday boutique or spring luncheon, and attend special lectures. Read More