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A welcoming community of Jewish life, worship and learning

Our Clergy

Rabbi Clifford Kulwin leads B’nai Abraham’s dynamic clergy team, which also includes Rabbi Faith Joy Dantowitz and Cantor Jessica Epstein. Each brings invaluable contributions to the bima and to our congregational family.

The Ross Sanctuary

We worship God with joy, humility and meaning, maintaining our own rich traditions as we perpetuate those of our faith.

The Early School

Our preschool ensures successful learning in an innovative educational environment.

The Jewish Learning Program

Our religious school teaches Al Shlosha Devarim. The world stands on three things: Torah, service and acts of loving kindness.

Becoming B'nai Mitzvah

B’nai Abraham nurtures knowledgeable young Jewish adults who will become active members of the community, with a love of Judaism that will guide them throughout their lives.

TBA Purim Carnival, Sunday, March 12

It’s a Hootin’, Hollerin’ Purim Carnival sponsored by the JLP. Open to the Community!

Celebrating Holidays

Holidays and celebrations are an integral part of our congregational life, providing an opportunity for members to pray, learn and rejoice as a community.

The Sisterhood Shabbat Dinner & Speaker

Several times during the year, following Shabbat evening services,  the TBA Sisterhood sponsors a Shabbat Dinner & Speaker. On March 3, Edward Barocas of the ACLU will be the guest speaker. Join your friends for a delicious dinner, good conversation and a stimulation presentation!

Sisterhood Rosh Hodesh

Rosh Hodesh: Enjoying a warm evening of Sisterhood celebrating the month of Sh’vat in which the holiday of Tu B’Sh’vat occurs, the new year of the trees.

Congregational Learning

Through spiritual, academic and social programs and courses, opportunities for learning bring people together, creating a special sense of family and community. Bloom Memorial Lecture 2017 with Professor Jeffrey Shandler, Rutgers University

Visiting Our College Students

Dinner or lunch with Rabbi Kulwin for our college students is often a comforting taste of home and a special way to maintain ties to their rabbi and their TBA congregational family.

Men's Club Annual Sports Breakfast

A delicious breakfast prepared by Men’s Club members with this year’s noted sports figure Willie Randolph makes this annual community event a home run!

The Sisterhood Fall Kick-Off Event

Our Temple is in constant motion, reflecting active involvement across all age groups. From study, to worship to social events, Temple B’nai Abraham is a busy and exciting place!

Family Holiday Events

Hanukkah Laser Light Show

Teen Tikkun Olam Board

Teen Tikkun Olam (TTO), a Temple B’nai Abraham group for teens in grades 8-12 meets one to two times a month. The goal of TTO is to volunteer in our synagogue and larger community. By making a difference in meaningful ways, we hope to nourish the expanding mind and soul of our Jewish teens.

A Caring Congregation

We are an extended family that offers connection, compassion and community to all.

A welcoming community of Jewish life, worship and learning

Welcome

We are a congregation that is more than 160 years old and works together to define our own independent path. We strive daily to be faithful to the teachings of the Torah, dedicated to the acquisition of Jewish knowledge, and committed to the well-being of the Jewish people in America, Israel and around the world.

We would love to meet you.

Mission Statement >      History >    President’s Message >

Weekly Services

Friday, February 25
6:30 PM Shabbat Services.

Saturday, February 26
9:00 AM Parashat HaShavuah: Mishpatim
10:00 AM Shabbat Morning Services.
Reese Giller daughter of Geri & Ron Giller will be called to the Torah as a Bat Mitzvah.

 

 

 

Upcoming Events

Bloom Memorial Lecture 
The Holocaust on American Television with Prof. Jeffrey Shandler

Chair, Dept. of Jewish Studies, Rutgers University,
Wed, March 1
7:00 PM

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