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BJC is honored to welcome Reverend David Gray to the bimah on this special Shabbat of tolerance and understanding and celebration of our enduring interfaith partnership.More Info
Join us as we honor Jacob Blumberg, Gabe Cooper, and Molly Liberman on their successful completion of ten years of study in the BJC Religious School. These amazing young people have displayed the commitment to lifelong learning that is a hallmark of the Jewish people. This special Shabbat will be a service that is, in part, of the students own creation. Let’s k’vell with their friends and families.More Info
It is a tradition on Erev Shavuot to stay up late and study Torah far into the night.
We may not study until dawn as our ancestors did, but we will be up late to receive the revelation of the Torah. We will join with the Rabbis, Hazzanim, learned teachers, and members of Adat Shalom for an evening of study of all things Jewish. Rabbi Schnitzer will offer a little storytelling and song.More Info
Saturday, June 18th at 7:30pm in Memorial Hall
REGISTER HERE, NOW! RSVP BY TUESDAY, JUNE 14TH
Join us for a Fun & Festive Evening of dancing, food and beach drinks….and Please Give Generously! (Tzedakah raised through BeachJC Bash provides funding for BJC services, programs and operations.)
Attire: Beach Smart
Live music by CAPITOL GROOVE a premier dance and party band featuring BJC congregant Ken Fine on guitar!
INTRODUCING BJC MITZVAH TICKETS!
With your mitzvah tickets you can: Dedicate songs * Dance with the Rabbi/Rebbetzin*Dare your Friends and Family to Singing/Dancing Challenges* Enjoy Boardwalk Arcade Games*Play Games of Chance (from 1 ticket to high stakes)*And Much More!
BJC does not handle money until after Havdallah. Since there is plenty of entertainment to enjoy prior to sunset, we are offering you the opportunity to make a donation in advance to receive Mitzvah Tickets. More tickets will be available after Havdallah.
How to Register – Only an Event Ticket is needed to attend, but please consider your personal best Event and Mitzvah Giving Levels*. From the registration list, choose your Event Ticket Level and then choose your Mitzvah Giving Level.
Can’t Join Us in Person? Choose a Mitzvah Giving Level and party on your favorite beach.
Volunteers needed to Reach the Beach – Arcade Team, Beach Decorations Brigade, Cupcake Crew, Cocktail Squad and Babysitters Club. For more information or to make In Kind Gifts click here.
Fair market value of an event ticket is $45. Amount given above that for an event ticket, or as a contribution, shall be considered tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law. BJC is a 501(c)3 charitable organization.More Info
For five years, our interfaith community at 6601 Bradley Boulevard has welcomed young adults from Israel and Palestine to teach about their experiences in the renowned New Story Leadership (NSL) program. NSL is an organization that brings to the D.C. area 10-12 young-adult Israelis and Palestinians “every year for an intensive program of workshops, conferences, seminars, professional work exposure, cultural immersion and team training”. The goal is that, with the help of NSL, these young men and women will become outstanding leaders who will be invaluable agents of change when they return to their homes in cities such as Jerusalem, Haifa, Nablus and Gaza City.
This year, the students will be joining us during our Shabbat morning service at 10:30 am and will be offering the morning sermon. Following the service, there will be a luncheon and presentation from 12:30-3:00pm. The cost of the luncheon is $10.More Info