Join the Rina Kurland Sisterhood Book Club as they review the book The Last Kings of Shanghai by Jonathan Kaufman.
Glass Fusing Project, create Your Own Family Heirloom with Glass Fusing Project, Explore your creativity (or copy samples) to create unique, permanent glassware of beauty.
Join Rabbi Tobin and some familiar friends as well for a spectacular Chanukah Sign Along and activity hour.
Join us and bring your friends as well for a Chanukah Dinner and Menorah Lighting Celebration! This program will include a special Sing Along with Seth Saltzman and Jesse Schneider!
Join Rabbi Tobin for the annual West Orange community Menorah Lighting at West Orange Town Hall!
Join Rabbi Tobin for a Chanukah celebration with a Menorah Lighting, Songs, Food, Art & Community!
WE’RE GOING BACK! Join the Men’s Club as we participate in the coolest new leisure-time, stress-reducing activity: AXE THROWING.
Join the Rina Kurland Sisterhood Book Club as they review the book Inside the OBriens by Lisa Genova.
Bring your tefillin to services. We’ll help you put them on if you don’t know how. Don’t have tefillin? We’ll lend you a pair. • The Men’s Club will provide a light breakfast after morning services are over.
Join the Rina Kurland Sisterhood Book Club as they review the book The Netanyahus by Joshua Cohen.
During the Seder meal held on Passover, a sweet paste made of fruit, nuts, and wine is served as integral part of the Seder plate to represent the mortar used by our enslaved ancestors in building the pyramids in Egypt. While the Ashkenazi or Eastern European Jewish style of charoset traditionally combines chopped apples, walnuts, and kosher wine into a salad-like mixture, the Sephardic Jews of the Mediterranean and Judeo-Arabic communities of the Middle East will more often use a combination of dried fruit such as dates or raisins, to create a thick paste.
Join us for this special event, Israeli Wine Tasting and a special evening with friends. All are welcome to attend.
Join Rabbi Tobin for his weekly Talmud class. We will explore Talmud together and learn together during Lunchtime on Monday weekly! The class does not meet on Jewish or Federal Holidays
Join Rabbi Tobin and the Florence Melton School of Adult Jewish Learning on site at the B'nai Shalom Lipka Chapel for learning and discussion of various topics including Kabbalah. This class will take place weekly on Sunday mornings. Class will not meet on Jewish or Federal Holidays.
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The Culture and Learning Center at B’nai Shalom welcomes members and non-members alike to a dynamic series of more than 25 classes, lectures, concerts, exhibits, and shared experiences designed to stimulate Jewish conversation and build community.
At the Culture and Learning Center, we study Jewish history, text, and traditions; explore ideas and the arts; and reflect on our lives, Israel, and the world we live in.
In 2019-2020, our inaugural year and also an election year, we focus special attention on The American Jewish Experience, past, current, and future; national, local, and personal.
To see the full calendar of events and descriptions of all programs, and to register for programs that excite your interest, visit us at clc.bnaishalom.net
To join us in building and sustaining the Culture and Learning Center at B’nai Shalom – enriching programming possibilities and enabling us to bring more noted scholars, artists and entertainers to B’nai Shalom, please call the office.