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Shabbat Services

BMH-BJ is a vibrant traditional community with multiple service options on Shabbat and Holy Day mornings.

Friday Night

Shaarei Simcha: On Friday night our synagogue offers a lay-led modern orthodox service in our lovely chapel. We adhere to the halachic tradition of separate seating for men and women, and our our wood and glass mechitzah runs down the middle of the chapel. Men and women stand side by side before God and visually connect with everything transpiring during the service.

To most easily access the chapel, please enter the building through the south entrance, off E Center Ave. Friday night minyan times vary based on the time of year, so please look at our calendar to view specific times.

Saturday Morning

On Shabbat and Holy Day mornings, as we recognize that each Jew's journey is different, we offer two Shacharit service experiences within the building, one in the chapel and one in the sanctuary.

Shaarei Simcha: In our chapel our synagogue offers a lay-led modern orthodox service. In this service we adhere to the halachic tradition of separate seating for men and women. Our wood and glass mechitzah runs down the middle of the chapel. Men and women stand side by side before God and visually connect with everything transpiring during the service.

Sanctuary: We also provide sacred space for those who wish to learn, sing, reflect, pray and connect to God, but prefer to sit together. This service takes place in our light filled sanctuary with its magnificent stained glass windows and features our clergy as well as regularly scheduled guest speakers and presenters on timely topics of religious and general interest.

A communal kiddush is held in the Social Hall after all our morning services and classes conclude.

Saturday Afternoon & Evening

Shaarei Simcha: On Saturday afternoon for Mincha and Ma'ariv, our synagogue offers a lay-led modern orthodox service in our chapel. In this service we adhere to the halachic tradition of separate seating for men and women, and our our wood and glass mechitzah runs down the middle of the chapel. Men and women stand side by side before God and visually connect with everything transpiring during the service. To most easily access the chapel, please enter the building through the south entrance, off E Center Ave.

Please read below for a schedule of this Shabbat's services.

Friday Night

Mincha
: 6:30p
Candle Lighting
: 7:33p

Shabbat Day

Daf Yomi
: 8:00a
Shabbat Morning Coffee
: 8:45a
Sanctuary
: 9:00a
Chapel
: 9:15a
Taste of Torah
: 10:00a
Reb Noam Horowitz
: 11:00a
Mincha
: 7:30p
Havdalah
: 8:34p

 

Thu, August 16 2018 5 Elul 5778