Morning Minyan is at 9:00 AM and Evening Minyan is at 8:00 PM
Thinking About Joining B’nai Israel? B’nai Israel is committed to creating and sustaining a welcoming and vibrant synagogue community that fosters the spiritual growth of its individual members and encourages members’ involvement at all levels and at all life stages. Our Membership Committee focuses on:
Engaging members of the congregation and encouraging them to become more active in Jewish life and learning
Fostering communication between members, lay leadership, and synagogue staff about how we can best serve the needs of our community
Welcoming new members and those who might become members of our B’nai Israel family.
For more information about becoming a member of B’nai Israel Congregation, please contact Hal Ossman, Executive Director.
Vice President, Membership: David Stein
Staff Liaison: Hal Ossman
Rabbi Michael J. Safra
Rabbi Mitchell H. Berkowitz
Cantor Josh C. Perlman
Rabbi Jonathan A. Schnitzer
Rabbi Matthew H. Simon
Cantor Robert Kieval
B’nai Israel is committed to creating and sustaining a welcoming and vibrant synagogue community that fosters the spiritual growth of its individual members and encourages members’ involvement at all levels and at all life stages.
Sisterhood has heart. Come join us, have fun and get involved! We need volunteers to operate B'nai Israel's beautiful Judaicashop.
The Men’s Club represents three goals: serving B’nai Israel and the larger community, strengthening Jewish values, and building camaraderie.
The Israel Affairs committee strives to engage our synagogue members with Israel and Israelis.
A havurah is a small group of individuals with common interests and the desire to meet together on a regular basis to share life experiences, holiday activities, or study.
HAZAK is an organization for mature adults sponsored by the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism.
B’nai Israel’s Youth Department is the place to be! We offer exciting programs for children in kindergarten through college.