Tangling with Talmud
Wednesdays at 10:30am
The Talmud is a rich and lively conversation among many generations. Passionate arguments about law and justice are intertwined with wild stories and musings about the meaning of life.
Join in Rabbi Cantor's lively weekly study group and add your own voice to the discussion.
No previous experience is required. New participants are always welcome.
Friends of Yiddish
Second Sundays*, 10:30am
Friends of Yiddish is an informal, mostly English, bilingual drop-in social group which meets to hear a guest speaker or discussion and maybe absorb a Yiddish word or two. Your one-time registration will ensure that you can attend any online Friends of Yiddish event moving forward.
Check our calendar for upcoming dates
*Date occasionally shifts to accommodate other holidays and events. Register and watch your email to stay up to date.
BTS Sisterhood Film Schmooze
June 25th at 4:00 pm on Zoom (Note change of date )
“This terrifically authentic look at life inside New York's Yiddish-speaking Hasidic community is a bittersweet treat -- a vibrantly engaging portrait of down-to-earth lives that is affectionate, amusing and ultimately very moving.”
Join Shari J. Cantor for a discussion on this “easygoing, heartfelt comedy held together by a thread of tenderness.” You only need to register once for BTS Film Schmooze events..
Partners in Creation
with Rabbi Debra Cantor and Art Instructor Melinda Wright
June meeting has been cancelled, we will return in the Fall.
We’ll study some texts, then do some reflective writing and simple expressive art with items easily found around the house. Please have a pencil or pen and any kind of paper handy. You're welcome to use any kind of art supplies you have: colored pencils, crayons, watercolors, whatever. But just pencil and paper are fine. Absolutely no experience needed! This virtual event is free and open to all.
Only one registration is necessary to register for all online Partners in Creation events.
Sisterhood Book Discussion:
As Close To Us As Breathing
by: Elizabeth Poliner
July 23rd at 4:00 pm on Zoom
Join Shari J. Cantor for a discussion of this “unforgettable meditation on grief, guilt and the boundaries of identity and love.”
Only one registration is necessary for Sisterhood book discussion events.
B'nai Tikvoh-Sholom COVID Safety Protocols as of June 10, 2021
• Vaccinated individuals are not required to wear masks or observe social distancing at outdoor programs.
• When in the synagogue, everyone must wear masks and maintain appropriate social distancing.
• Those who are unvaccinated for any reason must wear masks and maintain distance at all times, both outside and in the building.
• There will be no eating or drinking at indoor group events.
These guidelines are subject to change at any time based on CDC recommendations, our state's rates of infection, new variants, and other factors.
Please note that, in order to preserve the sanctity and security of our worship and study, advance registration is required for all online BTS/Neshama events. Registration is required only once for any recurring event. you will receive confirmation by email and a reminder email with an event link 15 minutes prior to your meeting.
Thank you for your interest and participation. We look forward to gathering with you.
BTS/Neshama events are open to all and are offered free of charge unless otherwise noted.