Shabbaton

This annual weekend retreat at an overnight camp is a BTBJ favorite and sell-out. Started by Rabbi Saul Grife, our community comes together to observe Shabbat in a fun dynamic way informally in a wooded campground setting.  

The weekend starts off with Friday evening services, Shabbat dinner and Israeli dancing.  

On Saturday the community enjoys a brunch followed by services and opportunities for electives including children's services with games, adult Torah study and yoga/meditation.  The afternoon is filled with nature walks, games, socializing, learning opportunities and Shabbos rest.  To end Shabbat and to welcome the week, we come together for Havdallah and transition to a fun filled evening of activities highlighting the year's theme and capped off with a bonfire.  

On Sunday, we pack up, enjoy breakfast and minyan together and join for a program that often benefits those in need in our community.  When we say our goodbyes to old and new friends, we instantly begin to enjoy these lasting community building memories for years to come!    

Annual Fundraiser

One Book & Brunch

Holocaust Museum

BTBJ is going to the Holocaust Museum in Washington, DC. on Sunday, March 10, 2019 Mark your Calendars! Details to Follow.

Calendar

Monday, January 21, 2019 - 7:00pm
Tuesday, January 22, 2019 - 4:15pm
Wednesday, January 23, 2019 - 6:30pm
Wednesday, January 23, 2019 - 6:30pm

Newsletter

 

Online Gift Shop

Traditional Jewish Gifts - Jewish Gifts, Judaica Gifts, Wedding Glass, Mezuzah Store

BTBJ Sisterhood is excited to participate as an affitliate of the online Judaic website, Traditions Jewish Gifts.  

Currently Traditions Jewish Gifts is offering a special coupon to their affiliates.  Enter special COUPON CODE: AF240, to receive $5.00 off the order, with no minimum order required. 

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