How can $10 add up to $2 million?
Voting Mercaz Vote for an Inclusive Israel
you know? There is an international parliament
of the Jewish people.
Represent You. Your ideas. Your
priorities. Your vision of Israel.
is an election Right Now for new delegates. The
WZO allocates funds raised for the Jewish Agency through local
Federations. Our institutions in Israel are allocated money
based on the number of votes received. It will take you only 5
minutes and $10; but the allocations received can add up to more than
$2 million for our movement in Israel.
Mercaz is the
political arm of the Conservative/Masorti movement. A vote for Mercaz
ensures an Israel that we can all identify with and be proud of . .
- Pluralistic - Inclusive - Egalitarian
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Your Voice Heard! Vote for our Judaism, our
Israel on our terms by voting Mercaz,
Slate #2, at the
2015 World Zionist Congress Elections by Tuesday, April 28.
Jewish Washington: Scrapbook of an American Community
Featuring Wendy Turman, Archivist of the Jewish Historical Society of
Thursday, March 12
Bring a dairy lunch at 12:00 p.m.
The presentation begins at 12:30 p.m.
Explore the rich and unique history of the Washington-area Jewish
community from 1795 to today through historical photographs, oral
histories, community scrapbooks, and rare archival materials.
Wendy Turman has worked for the Jewish Historical Society since 2000.
She has a Masters in Museum Studies from George Washington University
and a Bachelors degree in History from the University of California,
Santa Cruz. She previously worked at the National Museum of Health
and Medicine and the Smithsonian Institution.
HAZAK is our group for individuals 55 or older who want to share in
interesting experiences. It's never too late to make new friends!
and Brews: An Informal Jewish Conversation for Men
Thursday, March 12
Lakewood Country Club
This program is sponsored by the B'nai Israel Men's Club.
Join Rabbi Michael Safra for drinks and schmoozing, followed by
informal text study on the meaning of Passover.
An ongoing, pay-it-forward Shabbat Dinner Program designed to expand
your circle of friends within the B'nai Israel community
1. Invite a B'nai Israel family for dinner on March 13.
2. Register as a host.
3. Enjoy a Friday night with friends!
You do not need to know how to cook to host! You can bring in a
prepared meal, or even pizza. It's not about the food-it's
about the connections. It is not necessary to have a kosher
home in order to participate, either. Just disclose to your
potential guests whether your home is kosher or not, and if not,
please serve a dairy or parve
Light the candles, recite the blessings (we'll provide
them for you!) and enjoy a wonderful evening! Click here to register.
Questions? Contact Jennifer Schwartz.
Day School Parent Social
all B'nai Israel parents with children attending a local Jewish day
At the home of Alisa & Aaron Rulnick
8913 Copenhaver Drive, Potomac
Join us for drinks
and dessert! Once again this year, all participants will be asked to
bring one item to the social.
Click here to register online. For
more information, contact Sharon Safra (240-221-2500)
or the Day School Committee Co-Chairs, Dana Lande or Aaron Brickman.
Sale at B'nai Israel Congregation
Sunday, March 15
9:30 a.m -12:30
from Garden of Remembrance and Judean Memorial Gardens will be
Sara and Samuel J. Lessans Good Deeds Day
Sunday, March 15
There are two opportunities to
participate through B'nai Israel:
Meet at the Manna Food Center (9311 Gaither Rd., Gaithersburg) at
10:00 a.m. to help sort and pack food boxes for needy individuals in
our community. Register with Andrea Nadelman.
Tournament to Benefit Peace Players International
Join our 3 on 3 tournament and help bring together Palestinian and
Israeli children for the pursuit of peace.
Your $24 registration includes the tournament, a t-shirt and pizza
Proceeds benefit Peace Players
Click here to register.
Please contact Rabbi Safra's office
(301-881-6550) for more information.
Divisions and Chairs
Robin Lenkin and Emily Weiner
Bobby Epstein and David Bauman
Robin Lenkin and Emily Weiner
Margot S. Heckman Memorial Genealogy Lecture Presents ...
the Courthouse Burns: Rekindling Family History Through DNA
with Judy G. Russell, The
Sunday, March 15
Free of Charge and
Open to the Public
loss due to fires and other disasters at courthouses is a fact of
life for genealogists. When a disaster takes out birth, marriage,
death, court, land and probate records all in one fell swoop, it may
still be possible to light our family's research fires - to rekindle
our interest in our ancestral roots - using DNA evidence.
Lecture - FDR and the Jews: Hard Questions, No Easy Answers
with Dr. Richard Breitman
Sunday, March 15
President Franklin Delano Roosevelt earned the respect and affection
of many American Jews by waging war against Hitler, supporting a
Jewish homeland in Palestine, and appointing a Jew to the Supreme
Court. But did he turn his back on the Jews of Hitler's Europe? Could
he have done more to save them from genocide? Historian and author
Richard Breitman closely examines FDR's decisions and the political
pressures he faced. Roosevelt was no "savior", but he
reacted more decisively to Nazi crimes than any other world leader of
Click here for
is on the way . . .
Do you have an
extra seat at your table? Are you looking for a place to celebrate
office is eager to make connections. If you are looking for a place
or would like to host another person at your seder, please contact Beth in Rabbi Safra's office (301-816-5575).
All Mature Singles
We are looking to
bring together singles in our congregation, ages 60 and older for tea
and discussion, leading to the formation of a new group or
Havurah. Join Rabbi Safra and Natalie Merkur Rose, LCSW-C, on
Wednesday, March 18, at 3:00 p.m. for light snacks and lots of
All are invited,
but please respond in advance to Beth Balinas (301-816-5575) to let us know you are
Us for Our Annual Talmud Torah Shabbat Service & Dinner
Friday, March 20
6:15 p.m. Service
7:00 p.m. Dinner
family services will be followed by an enjoyable
"Israeli-style" Shabbat dinner. Registration is due
by Thursday, March 12. After March 12, the prices go up by $3 per
person. Click here to register.
Questions? Contact Jennifer
Rabbi Simon's Spring Book Review
originally schedule for Sunday, March 22 has been cancelled and will
be rescheduled soon. Watch for more information.
Mother-Daughter Group Starting for 5th Graders
ACHOT was created
by B'nai Israel member Mindy Berger as an opportunity for
mothers and daughters to celebrate the vital role of Jewish women in
community life. The program was created to help girls approaching
their bat mitzvah to develop a positive self-image and meaningful
personal goals within a pluralistic and nurturing environment of
New groups are
beginning for families celebrating b'not mitzvah in 2016 and 2017 and
will come together about once per month (during
the school year) to learn through informal study,
discussions, creative activities and living Torah. The first session
will be on Sunday, March 22 at 4:30 p.m. at B'nai Israel. If you are
interested in attending or would like more information, please
contact Sharon Safra or Mindy
Lecture - Family Business: The Department Stores of the
with Michael J. Lisicky
Sunday, March 22
Hutzler's. Hecht's. Hochschild's. Stewart's. The grand department
stores that attracted shoppers and transformed local-and
American-social history over a period of more than 100 years have
been lost, but the memories remain. Local author and retail historian
Michael J. Lisicky brings back memories as he explores the history of
the stores in our region and paints a portrait of the families, many
of whom were Jewish, who made these stores such treasured
Click here for
Sunday, March 22
Isn't it fun to celebrate your birthday? How do you like to spend the
day? Do you have a cake? Receive gifts? Feel special? Did you know
that there are many boys and girls right here in Montgomery County
who can't stay in their homes, which are unsafe and dangerous? These
children must go to live with foster families, who don't always know
when the children's birthdays are or don't take the time to make
these dates special for the foster children who are living with them.
We can help Child Protective Services make these children smile on
their birthdays. In the next several weeks, please take this list to the store,
purchase as many items as you can, and bring them to the specially
marked bin, "Best Birthdays," in front of the Education
Office at B'nai Israel.
On Sunday, March 22, we will be assembling the birthday bags. The
filled bags will be brought to Child Protective Services, where the
counselors will store them and then deliver them to each of these
"forgotten" children on their birthdays.
With your help, we can make sure that every child will have a best
birthday. Thank you so much for participating in this mitzvah!
Co-Chairs: Beverly Schnitzer, Valerie Eisenstein, and Wendi
Z'havah Presents . . .
Helmet: From High School to the Home Front
Sunday, March 22
4:00- 6:00 p.m.
Members: $8/$20 family max
Nonmembers: $10/$25 family max
This film is appropriate for ages 13 and up. Refreshments will be
Beneath The Helmet
is a coming-of-age story that highlights five young Israeli high
school graduates, who are drafted into the army to defend their
country. At the age of 18, away from their homes, family and friends,
these young individuals undergo a demanding journey, revealing the
core of who they are and who they want to be.
The filmmakers were granted an unprecedented access into the lives of
these young people, which allowed them to create a unique and
intimate documentary that brings to the screen rarely seen human
faces to the men and women who are the soldiers of the Israeli
Hosted by Melissa Schwartz and Rachel Sunshine, Bnai Israel
Sisterhood's Z'havah. Please RSVP to Rachel.
Holiday Afternoon at the Movies for
Children and Parents
Monday, March 23
Passover on Planet Matzah Ball
(rated G, 36 minutes)
Millions of Miles away, on Planet Matzah ball lives a family of funny
furry Jewish Aliens. Sadly, though most Jewish traditions on the
Planet have been lost. How will they lead the Seder? A trip to earth
solves the problem. This amusing story of Passover and all its joyful
traditions is ingeniously wrapped around fun songs, unusual, and
adorable Muppet characters.
note: Monday Night at the
Movies originally scheduled for Monday, March 23 has been
cancelled and will be rescheduled soon. Watch for more information.
Join us for
Bingo with the residents of the Hebrew Home. With just an hour of
your time, you can help brighten someone's day!
24, 10:15-11:30 a.m. (Smith-Kogod Building)
14, 10:15-11:30 a.m. (Wasserman Building)
Tuesday, April 28, 10:15-11:30 a.m. (Smith-Kogod Building)
Tuesday, May 12,
10:15-11:30 a.m. (Wasserman Building)
Tuesday, May 26, 10:15-11:30 a.m. (Smith-Kogod Building)
information, contact Dottie Cohen (301-881-7115).
Friday, March 27, 9:30-10:30 a.m. with Rabbi Michael Safra
Sunday, March 29, 9:45-11:00 a.m. with Rabbi Jonathan Schnitzer
The seder is a pivotal educational opportunity that comes to life
anew each year in our own home. Its core purpose is to teach the idea
of freedom. Let's explore together our goal of making the seder
experience most meaningful and enjoyable across the generational
Click here to
register for Friday, March 27.
Click here to
register for Sunday, March 29.
The Pesach Guide can be found here.
Pajama Shabbat is a family-oriented Friday night service
geared for young children. This mini-Kabbalat Shabbat service will
feature singing, age-appropriate prayers, story time, and dessert
refreshments. We encourage all children and any children-at-heart to
come dressed in their favorite pj's. Teddy bears and other bedtime
lovies are welcome too! Adults need not worry about getting dressed
up either-this will be a fun and casual night for all.
There is no fee to attend but registration to Sharon Safra is appreciated.
The event is geared towards toddlers,
preschoolers, and young elementary schoolers. A Potluck Shabbat
Dinner will be held in conjunction with this program but the dinner
Potluck Shabbat Dinner
Friday, March 27
Bring in Shabbat together with your friends at B'nai Israel at our
next dairy potluck Shabbat dinner. Each attending family is asked to
bring one dairy or parve item to feed 15 people. The atmosphere for
the evening is informal with opportunities to meet and schmooze with
other B'nai members, sing Shabbat z'mirot and Birkat Hamazon, and
enjoy relaxed time with your synagogue community.
Click here to register online.
Questions? Contact Sharon
No Kvetch Kid-Friendly Passover
Recipes and Recipe Swap
Sunday, March 29
9:00 a.m - 12:00 p.m.
in the Blumberg-Zalis Family Library
Project Hope Passover Package
Sunday, March 29
10:00 a.m - 1:00 p.m.
We are participating with Jewish Social Services and the Chesapeake
Region B'nai Brith Chapter in their annual Project Hope. Help
distribute prepared Passover packages to residents in the Rockville
(B'nai Israel area). Each volunteer will be asked to deliver 5 or 6
packages. prior to 1:00 p.m. that day. Please meet in the
B'nai Israel parking lot at 9:30 a.m. For more information, contact Signe Wetrogan
holiday table or send holiday flowers to a family member or friend.
Flowers always compliment a beautifully set table. Let B'nai
Israel Sisterhood take care of the legwork so you have less to think
about during the holiday preparations. The charge is $54 for
local delivery and $59 for Baltimore and out-of-state delivery.
All arrangements will arrive in time for Passover. Place your
order by Monday, March 30. Questions? Contact Gail Libin.
Men's Club Dinner and Holocaust
Wednesday, April 1
Please RSVP to Bnaiisraelmensclub@gmail.com.
There is no charge for this event.
Pesach Youth Services & Family
4 - 1st day of Pesach
11:00 a.m. - Youth Services
Sunday, April 5
- 2nd day of Pesach
11:00 a.m. - Youth Service
Pesach Pizza Party at the conclusion of services. $12 per family.*
Reservations are due by Monday, March 30.
Friday, April 10
- 7th day of Pesach
10:30 a.m. - Matzah Brei Mania
$12 per family.* Reservations are due by Monday, March 30.
11:00 a.m. - Youth Service
11 - 8th day of Pesach
10:30 a.m. - Youth Service (K-7) with our neighbors at the Landow
Please meet at B'nai Israel at 10:30 a.m. and walk with our staff to
the Landow House.
11:00 a.m. - Torah for Tots
*Special rate of $20 per family for both events.
Registration is due by Monday, March 30. Register online at www.bnaiisraelcong.org/pesach.
Questions? Contact Sharon Safra (240-221-2500, email@example.com).
Lunch and Learn: Torah Study
Instructor: Rabbi Jonathan Schnitzer
Monday, April 6 and the first Monday of each month
Join the eager group of congregants and others who assemble monthly
to participate with Rabbi Schnitzer in a detailed engagement with the
text of the Torah.
If you are looking
for tried and true Passover recipes - we have the answer. Would you
like the recipe for: Matzah Farfel Veggie Kugel? Matzah Pizza?
Passover Muffins? Passover Stuffed Chicken Breasts? Passover Spinach
Lasagna? Simply purchase a copy of the well-received cookbook From
our Table to Yours, volume II. This professionally published cookbook
that contains over 450 recipes (not all are Passover recipes) is
designed so that additional recipes can be added using the three-ring
binder. From Our Table to Yours is available for only $25 in the
Nursery School Office. The cookbooks make great gifts for Mother's Day,
house warming, engagement, weddings, birthdays and graduation.
Everyone that reviews the book is amazed at the vast collection of
family favorites - buy your copies today!
Judaica Shop - For All Your Judaica Needs!
Mark Your Calendars!
The first seder is Friday, April 3.
Stop into the Judaica Shop for all your Pesach needs
Plates & Covers
much, much more!
Sunday 9:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
10:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
For special appointments call Dottie (301-881-7115),
Ellen (301-231-9312), or Miriam (301-649-3770).
To special order personalized kippot and benchers for your simcha, call Suzy
DAY OF LEARNING
What is the Good
in the Jewish Tradition
Sunday, April 26
Congregation Har Shalom
11510 Falls Road, Potomac, MD
Registration: $36 in advance
$54 at the door (includes all program materials and refreshments)
Childcare: Available at no cost (with registration by March 30)
A Celebration of Adult Jewish Learning Featuring JTS's Outstanding
and Diverse Faculty and Fellows
Dr. Eitan Fishbane - Associate Professor, Jewish Thought
Rabbi David Hoffman - Assistant Professor, Department of Talmud and
Dr. David Kraemer - Joseph J. and Dora Abbell Librarian and Professor
of Talmud and Rabbinics
Dr. Michal Raucher - JTS Fellow and Assistant Professor of Judaic
Studies, University of Cincinnati
Register Online at www.jtsa.edu/maryland.
Questions? Please contact Erika Balser
at Congregation Har Shalom (301-299-7087, ext. 228) or Tani Schwartz-Herman
at JTS (212-678-8996).
This program is made
possible by a partnership between the Jewish Theological Seminary,
B'nai Israel, Har Shalom, and many other synagogues and institutions
in the Greater Washington area.
For all B'nai
Israel Women . . .
Wine, Women and What's Nu Concert
Featuring Sally Fingerett
Wednesday, April 29
Doors open at 7:00 p.m.
Concert begins promptly at 7:30 p.m.
Members of B'nai Israel are free of charge, nonmembers $10/person
Take Erma Bombeck, David Sedaris, Joni Mitchell, Aretha Franklin,
Jackie Mason, and Billy Joel, throw them into a blender, microwave on
high to realign the molecular structure, and voila, you have Sally
Fingerett, a "Mental Yentl" and one of Cantor Ilana's
favorite singer/songwriters. No need to shlep to the Birchmere
or fiddle with the Apple Store. Hear Sally perform in our own Gudelsky
Hall followed by a book/cd signing. 10% of the proceeds from
sales will support Wine, Women and What's Nu events.
Please consider supporting the Ritual Director's Fund which
subsidizes Wine, Women and What's Nu programs. Those who donate $72
or more by Friday, April 24 will be listed in the event program
distributed that night. If you are interested in donating,
please contact Liat in Cantor Wolpert's
To help us with our planning, please RSVP by Wednesday, April
15 to Carol Vogel.
Classic at Whiskey Creek Golf Club
Wednesday, May 6
8:30 a.m. Registration, Breakfast & Warm-up
10:00 a.m. Shotgun Start
2:30 p.m. Nosh & Awards Ceremony
Please join us for our 14th Annual Golf Classic at Whiskey Creek Golf
Club, one of the most beautiful golf courses in our region. Enjoy
golf with that special B'nai Israel twist as we bring back the
Hamantashen Hole, the Blessing over the Golf Balls, a full Kosher
BBQ, and some special noshes for our golfers.
This year we will have a $5,000 putting contest and a chance to win a
lease on a new Cadillac CTS. There will also be contests on all
Par 3 holes and around the course, a souvenir foursome photo
compliments of Freed Photography, and prizes for the winning men's
and women's foursomes.
Play with friends, entertain clients, or sign up individually and
meet some of your fellow congregants. Proceeds from this event go
toward programming at B'nai Israel Congregation. For more information
about Whiskey Creek Golf Club, go to www.whiskeycreekgolf.com.
* Early bird discount ($25 per individual golfer) is applicable until
Monday, March 30.
* Payment is required by Friday, April 17.
* Camera-ready logo artwork/disc for signs and ads is due by Friday,
* Sponsors are invited and encouraged to play in thetournament.
To register, click here.
The Ever-Changing Israeli: Cultural
Reflections on Israeli Society
Instructor: Eric Zakim
3 Wednesdays, May 6-20
Registration: $30 members, $40 nonmembers
What does it mean to be Jewish? What does it mean to be Israeli? What
does it mean to be a productive member of society? Over the course of
three weeks, Professor Zakim uses the medium of modern Israeli
culture to explore changing attitudes towards religion, the military,
and the Holocaust. Participants will examine how changes in the
Israeli and American communities are bringing us further apart and
Click here to
Katan 2015 Registration
B'nai Israel Schilit Nursery School summer program, Camp Katan 2015
will begin this month. Camp Katan is designed for children
two-years-old through five-years-old and is geared to the more
relaxed pace of summer. If you would like to receive a registration
application, please contact Nancy
for Nursery School year 2015-2016
prospective families with children ages 2-5 interested in enrollment
in our half day or full day programs for nursery school 2015-2016,
including Before Care and After Care. Please contact Karen Gerton,
Director, Schilit Nursery School, 301-816-5578, to schedule a tour of
our school. Registration has begun.
Get ready for
camp! Mabel's Labels carries awesome colorful, indestructible,
easy-to-use labels. They are dishwasher, microwave, and laundry safe
labels that can be attached to practically anything you don't want to
lose. You can use the lablels when setting up a Kosher kitchen. To
browse products and place an order we ask that you use the unique
B'nai Israel Schilit Nursery School link; https://www.mabelsfundraising.com/c/11605
the Nursery School Office (301-816-5578).
Want to support
B'nai Israel with no strings attached? Go grocery shopping
frequently? Support our gift card scrip program, which benefits the
office is selling gift cards for Giant Food, Peapod, Moti's Market
(formerly, Koshermart) and Shalom's in Wheaton! You can buy them
at face value and use them just as you would cash or a credit card at
those stores. It will not affect your gas points, school bonus
points, coupons, or any other reward points.
Buy them in the
Education Office during office hours and most Talmud Torah school
hours. Or order them online and specify your pick up date by clicking here. Cash or checks only!
Questions? Contact Sharon Safra
DJTorah Honor Society in Memory of Hazzan Deborah Togut
The DJTorah Honor
Society was created to honor the memory of Hazzan Deborah Togut by
increasing the number of teenagers who participate in the ritual life
of the synagogue through Torah reading. Teenagers who read
full-length portions in the Dweck Sanctuary service will receive
credit towards the Society.
qualified readings reaches the Yad
(Pointer) level and earns a gift certificate to Amazon.com, a special
and a yad.
qualified readings reaches the Keter
(Crown) level and earns a place on a plaque in the Goldberg Youth
Chapel. Students at this level will be entitled to an additional $100
for approved youth programs (i.e. a member of the Society who would
normally receive $500 for a trip to Israel would be entitled to
governing eligibility for scholarships are determined by the B'nai
Israel Scholarship Committee. For more information about our
scholarship programs, please contact Melissa Schwartz.
reading Torah and earning credits this fall. Please contact Cantor Ilana
Wolpert to schedule your first reading today!
Israel Schilit Nursery School is linked with Harris Teeter!
Schilit Nursery School is linked with Harris Teeter as a registered
school for Together in Education (TIE). It is easy and linking your
VIC card to Bnai Israel Schilit Nursery School #1506 does not cost
you ANYTHING! Don't forget ALL VIC cards will need to be RE-LINKED
for the 2014-15 school year starting August 1st. After your card is
linked, simply purchase Harris Teeter brand products or fill a
prescription and if enough people shop at Harris Teeter a donation
will be made to our nursery school. We appreciate your support.
the Nursery School Office (301-816-5578).
Complimentary Sisterhood Memberships
Are you a new B'nai Israel member? During your
first year, Sisterhood is pleased to present a welcome gift of a
one-year complimentary Sisterhood membership (expires June 2015). For
more information, contact Juliann
forget to subscribe or renew your Washington Jewish Week
subscriptions through Sisterhood.
Make your check payable to B'nai Israel Sisterhood and
leave it in the Washington Jewish Week envelope found in the
Sisterhood mailbox in the main office. For questions, contact
Toby Loewy. The rates are as follows:
$72.08 for 1 year, $99.64 for 2 years
Senior (55 and
up): $38.16 for 1 year, $72.08 for 2 years
Torah Fund Conservative/Masorti
Tree of Life
Women's League for
Conservative Judaism is the largest synagogue-based women's
organization in the world. Its mission is to strengthen and unite
synagogue women's groups and their members; support them in mutual
efforts to understand and perpetuate Conservative/Masorti Judaism in
the home, synagogue, community; reinforce their bonds with Israel and
through its financial contribution to Torah Fund, ensures that the
Movement's outstanding institutions of Judaic learning produce the
rabbis, cantors, scholars, teachers, and educated laity needed for
the entire Movement.
Donate $180 or more to receive the pin in gratitude and
recognition of your special gift. Other levels to consider are $18,
$28, $36, and $50. Please consider giving any amount you are
comfortable with. Every gift is important.
Make checks to
Torah Fund and mail to: Torah Fund, B'nai Israel Sisterhood, 6301
Montrose Rd., Rockville, MD 20852.
Torah Fund Chairman (301-822-4477)
selling the 2015 Mah Jongg Card. The Standard Card is $8.00 and the
Large Card is $9.00. You will be notified when your order is ready
for pick up in the Sisterhood Judaica Shop. Please send your check
payable to B'nai Israel Sisterhood and mail to: 6301 Montrose Road,
Rockville, MD 20852 and mark the envelope "Mah Jongg Card".
Questions? Call Harriet Levi (301-649-3429). Thank you for ordering
from us. We appreciate your support!
Invitation to Join Your Congregation by Telephone When You Cannot Be
With Us at Our Services
Open your Siddur
or Humash at home or away from home and participate in our Shabbat,
Festival and High Holy Day services. Follow the reading of the Torah,
study the parasha
together with the congregation, listen to the comments of the rabbis
on the many concerns of Jewish life, offer personal prayers and sing
familiar melodies along with the Hazzan and our B'nai Israel
Up to 15
participants will be able to call into the B'nai Israel phone system
between 9:00 a.m. and 12:00 noon and listen to the live audio of our
service in the Dweck Sanctuary.
How to use the
1. Dial the
regular B'nai Israel phone number, 301-881-6550.
2. When the
automatic system answers the telephone, dial "7".
3. You will
be transferred to the live Dweck Sanctuary audio.
If 15 participants are already listening on the system, you will
receive a message that the system is full. Please try again later in
Montrose Road,Rockville, MD 20852