Saturday November 11: 10:15AM – 11:30
Ruach Shabbat. A child-friendly service that encourages the participation of children and is especially popular with families with children. Ruach Shabbat has a shorter service and a nice Kiddush.

Tuesday, November 7: 7-8:15PM
Hebrew for Adults: an innovative Ulpan style teaching method using associative learning to teach Hebrew in Hebrew. We will use basic vocabulary revolving around Jewish holidays, traditions, modern day Israeli culture and current affairs.
The classes focus on speaking, reading and some writing.
Cost: Member: free Non Member: $10 per class.

Monday, November 6: 12-1:30PM
Lunch and Learn.
Take a break during the day, come for a light lunch, discuss ideas, and share opinions with friends.
Lunch: $10.

Friday, November 3: 7PM
Millennial Shabbat. This is a Shabbat service that is intended to be attractive to young professionals and the young at heart.
Saturday, November 4: 7PM
Movie Night. Drinks and popcorn!
Fee: $5

Tuesday, October 24: 7-8:15PM
Hebrew for Adults: an innovative Ulpan style teaching method using associative learning to teach Hebrew in Hebrew. We will use basic vocabulary revolving around Jewish holidays, traditions, modern day Israeli culture and current affairs.
The classes focus on speaking, reading and some writing.
Cost: Member: free Non Member: $10 per class.

Monday, October 23: 12-1:30PM
Lunch and Learn.
Take a break during the day, come for a light lunch, discuss ideas, and share opinions with friends.
Lunch: $10.

Friday, October 20: 7PM
Pot luck Shabbat: Welcome the start of Shabbat with family, friends, and food. Bring a vegetarian/dairy dish or dessert or simply yourselves and take a little time to relax at the shul after a busy week. As always, you do not need to be a member to attend. All are invited and all are welcome.

Tuesday, October 17: 7-8:15PM
Hebrew for Adults: an innovative Ulpan style teaching method using associative learning to teach Hebrew in Hebrew. We will use basic vocabulary revolving around Jewish holidays, traditions, modern day Israeli culture and current affairs.
The classes focus on speaking, reading and some writing.
Cost: Member: free
Non Member: $10 per class.

Thursday, October 12: Yizkor and Celebration of Simchat Torah
5:30PM Yizkor service.
6:30PM: Simchat Torah Celebrations and pizza.

Tuesday, October 10: 7-8:15PM
Hebrew for Adults: an innovative Ulpan style teaching method using associative learning to teach Hebrew in Hebrew. We will use basic vocabulary revolving around Jewish holidays, traditions, modern day Israeli culture and current affairs.
The classes focus on speaking, reading and some writing.
Cost: Member: free
Non Member: $10 per class.

Monday, October 9: 12-1:30PM
Lunch and Learn.
Take a pause from work, enjoy a lunch in the Sukkah with friends and celebrate the time with community!
Lunch: $10.

Friday, October 6: 7-9:30 PM
Millennial Shabbat in the Sukkah.
Wednesday, October 4: 6:30-9:30PM
Erev Sukkot BBQ dinner in the Sukkah.Cost: $18.   Children under 6: free.
RSVP is requested

Wednesday, October 4: 6:30-9:30PM
Erev Sukkot BBQ dinner in the Sukkah.
Cost: $18.   Children under 6: free.
RSVP is requested

Tuesday, October 3: 7-8:15PM
Hebrew for Adults: an innovative Ulpan style teaching method using associative learning to teach Hebrew in Hebrew. We will use basic vocabulary revolving around Jewish holidays, traditions, modern day Israeli culture and current affairs.
The classes focus on speaking, reading and some writing.
Cost: Member: free
Non Member: $10 per class.

Saturday, September 30: Yom Kippur services and activities
Morning service with Torah service: 10 AM -11:15 AM.
Yizkor service: 11:45AM.
 
Yom Kippur afternoon program:
Yoga: 4PM-5PM
Mincha service: Book of Yonah: reading, study and discussion: 5 PM.
Yizkor and Healing service: 6 PM.
Nehila service: 6:20 PM.
Final Shofar Blast: 7:20 PM
Community breakfast: 7:25 PM sponsored by Jane Canter and family.
We would like to wish to all of you a year of success, health, love, compassion and happiness!

Friday, September 29: 6:30PM
Kol Nidrei Service.
Our Kol Nidrei service is full of emotions, music, meaningful readings and traditional liturgy.

Tuesday, September 26: 7-8:15PM
Hebrew for Adults: an innovative Ulpan style teaching method using associative learning to teach Hebrew in Hebrew. We will use basic vocabulary revolving around Jewish holidays, traditions, modern day Israeli culture and current affairs.
The classes focus on speaking, reading and some writing.
Cost: Member: free
Non Member: $10 per class

Sunday, September 24: 3-6PM
Celebrating the New Year with Friends in the Rabbi’s home.

Friday, September 22: Rosh Hashana II.
9:45-12PM: a traditional service.

7:00PM: Bat Mitzvah of Khira Fried!   Ro and Paul Fried invite the entire community to join them in celebrating the Bat Mitzvah of their daughter Khira.  The service will be conducted by Khira Fried and will be followed by a casual dinner for everyone to attend.

Thursday, September 21: Rosh Hashana I.
9:45AM-12:15PM: a innovative service linking the past to the future including morning service, Torah service, and Shofar service .

Wednesday, September 20: Erev Rosh Hashana Catered dinner, 7PM. Cost: $36. Please RSVP.

Tuesday, September 19: Hebrew for Adults 7:00 – 8:15 pm
An innovative Ulpan style teaching method using associative learning to teach Hebrew in Hebrew. We will use basic vocabulary revolving around Jewish holidays, traditions, modern day Israeli culture and current affairs. The classes focus on speaking, reading and some writing.

Monday, September 18: 12-1:30PM.
Lunch and Learn.
Our topic: Honey from the Heart.
Lunch:$10.

Saturday, September 16: Selichot Service, 6:30PM.

Saturday, September 9: 10:15-11:30AM.
Ruach Shabbat: A Family Shabbat Service.
Family Shabbat is a child-friendly service and encourages the participation of children.  All are welcome, and this service is especially popular with families with children.
Ruach Shabbat is a shorter service and has a nice Kiddush.
Family Shabbat Service is a great way to connect with Shabbat and with other families with young children.

Monday, September 4: 12-1:30PM.
Lunch and Learn.
Take a break during the day, come for a light lunch, discuss ideas and share opinion with friends.
Lunch:$10.

Saturday, September 2: 2017 at 7PM.
Movie Night: Doubt: a film by: John Shapley.
The film takes place in St. Nicholas school led by Sister Aloysius(Meryl Streep) Sister James(Amy Adams) tells Aloysius that Father Flynn(Philip Seymour Hoffman) might have too much personal attention with the school’s only black student Donald Miller(Joseph Foster), thus leading thus Aloysius starting a crusade against Flynn. The film also stars Viola Davis as Donald Miller’s mother.
Soda and popcorn:$5 donation.

Monday, August 21: 12-1:30PM.
Lunch and Learn.
Take a break during the day, come for a light lunch, discuss ideas and share opinion with friends.
Lunch:$10.

Monday, August 7: 12-1:30PM.
Lunch and Learn.
Take a break during the day, come for a light lunch, discuss ideas and share opinion with friends.
Lunch:$10.

Saturday, August 5: 6:30-9:15PM.
Movie night.

Our movie: “Brooklyn”

Young Irish immigrant Eilis Lace (Saoirse Ronan) navigates her way through 1950s Brooklyn. Lured by the promise of America, Eilis departs Ireland and the comfort of her mother’s home for the shores of New York City. The initial shackles of homesickness quickly diminish as a fresh romance sweeps Eilis into the intoxicating charm of love. But soon, her past disrupts her new vivacity, and Eilis must choose between two countries and the lives that exist within.

Drinks and popcorn! $5 donation.

Friday, July 21: 7:00-9:30PM.
Movie night.

Our movie: “spotlight”

In 2001, editor Marty Baron of The Boston Globe assigns a team of journalists to investigate allegations against John Geoghan, an unfrocked priest accused of molesting more than 80 boys. Led by editor Walter “Robby” Robinson (Michael Keaton), reporters Michael Rezendes (Mark Ruffalo), Matt Carroll and Sacha Pfeiffer interview victims and try to unseal sensitive documents. The reporters make it their mission to provide proof of a cover-up of sexual abuse within the Roman Catholic Church.

Shabbat dinner: members:$18.
Non members:$22.

RSVP: before: July 17.

By the door: members:$20
Non members:$24.

Monday, July 17: 12-1:30PM.
Lunch and Learn.
Take a break during the day, come for a light lunch, discuss ideas and share opinion with friends.
Lunch:$10.

B’NAI JACOB
176 West Side Avenue
Jersey City, NJ 07305
201.435.5725
rabbiaaron1@gmail.com