Welcome to B'nai Jeshurun Congregation

  • Meet our exceptional clergy!

  • Join us for worship, holidays, groundbreaking programs, and life cycle events in the David J. Moskowitz Sanctuary 

  • Our synagogue strives to make a difference in the lives of our members and in our community. Fill out our volunteer form to help with a current project!

  • Our facilities are top notch and we strive to make your special moments unforgettable.

  • Our Youth and Learning Center provides meaningful Jewish experiences for children of all ages. Here, Rabbi Foster works with teens to learn about Jewish wedding rituals.


Saturday, January 31, 2015 - 9:00am
Saturday, January 31, 2015 - 9:00am
Saturday, January 31, 2015 - 7:00pm
Monday, February 2, 2015 - 7:30pm

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Your Full Color Ad in Tidings!

Beginning next month, we will be printing Tidings in full-color. We invite businesses to advertise and individuals to place announcements in our new, improved bulletin. The ads will be interspersed throughout, like a newspaper or magazine. 

We reach over 1,000 households and organizations, offer reasonable rates and a variety of packages to suit your needs. To secure your space now, or for more information, please contact Diane Shalom.  To view the rates click here.



Mishpachot Wine & Cheese

Saturday, January 31 at 7pm

Join us for an adult-only event at the home of Rachel & Joel Heiser for havdallah, socializing, wine, cheese and dessert. Hosted by the Heisers and Kim Cole & Jeff Brown. Register now.


A Kabbalistic Tu B'Shevat Seder for Adults

Tuesday, February 3 at 7 PM

Tu B’Shevat has taken on many new and modern meanings, each of which has added new layers, but this seder will follow closely the original, traditional Kabbalistic seder. Kabbalists understand an upside-down tree to be a metaphor for the way that God’s light flows into the world. Through ritual, song, meditation and food, the seder seeks to celebrate the ten sephirot (aspects of God) through which God’s blessings flow and to bring that shefa (flow) down upon ourselves to cause our lives and world to blossom. No knowledge of Kabbalah is necessary. The seder includes four glasses of wine, fruits, nuts and a sumptuous dessert.
$5 per person (subsidized in part by the Weingold Adult Learning Fund). RSVP to the synagogue office.


Saturday, February 21 at 7:30pm
The Meshuganotes will perform at 7:30pm for a free community concert in the David J. Moskowitz Sanctuary.  Afterwards, plan on staying for our Coffee House for only $5.  An evening of karaoke, drinks, snacks, friends and fun!
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Film stripWith the support of a generous donor, the synagogue is now streaming programs and services from The David J. Moskowitz Sanctuary and Nickman Chapel. If you are sick, out of town, or just unable to attend services, with the click of a button you can now watch our services live, or at your convenience in our archives. Click here to watch live-streaming or explore our video archive.




Saturday, February 21 * 6:30 pm

RSVP by February 17 to Wendy Altmire



 nickman chapel


Thanks to the generosity of the Eileen and Myron Nickman Family Supporting Foundation, and several B'nai Jeshurun families, the stunning renovation of Nickman Chapel is close to complete. In addition to an overall updating of the aesthetics, the room now features vastly improved lighting, a ramp to the bima, a state-of-the-art sound system, video projection and streaming capacity. Please stop by to see our newest "jewel at the shul".

Watch the transformation! 


New Infant Care Center!


B'nai Jeshurun will be housing Gross Schechter Day School's expanded program providing infant care for children 6 weeks through 18 months beginning in the early spring. For further information click here.