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Wednesday, November 13, 7:30 pm

Young Jewish Professionals in your 20s & 30s
join for a night of art, relaxation and camaraderie.

Glass paint a Shabbat candle holder or engrave a challah board while munching refreshments and hanging out with friends.

At the Chabad House of Downtown

Fee: $10 RSVP:

Co-sponsored by Chabad of Downtown, Bnai Israel,
Moishe House & Repair the World

B'nai Israel Congregation, 27 Lloyd Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21202

November brings with it the Thanksgiving season - a holiday built around the value of gratitude. Join Repair The World BaltimoreMoishe House BaltimoreB'nai Israel Young Adults - BIYA, and Chabad of Downtown for a Shabbat dinner that will turn the tables on how to turn gratitude into action.

Tickets are $5. Click here to register. All are welcome to arrive early at 6:15 pm for a Kabbalat Shabbat.

Don't forget to register so we know how much to order for dinner!

**The B'nai Israel Synagogue building is accessible; please contact any of the organizers to request accommodations.

***All are welcome, no matter your identity, ability, or faith background



Click here
to make your donation

Thank you in advance!

Thank you to everyone who attended High Holidays services, who made Annual Campaign/
Yom Kippur pledges, and who made 5779 such a dynamic year at B'nai Israel!

Help sustain Jewish life in Downtown Baltimore by making a donation to B'nai Israel's Yom Kippur/Annual Campaign.

Your donation will help keep our historic shul operating, the kiddush lunches full and delicious, and enables our exciting programs and educational offerings.  

Click here to make your donation


Descendants’ Day at B’nai Israel is simultaneously an extensive genealogical and history project, and a unique community building initiative, connecting people to their heritage and drawing fresh attention and energy to the historic Jewish community of Jonestown.

Read more here!



B'nai Spotlight is a new feature of the Descendants' Day Project. Over the next months, B'nai Spotlight will highlight a range of members of the B'nai Israel family who have a long and deep history with the shul. Every person has incredible stories. Here you will find a few. 

Check out Richard Baum's's story here.

As part of the Descendants' Day Project, we will feature original writing highlighting discoveries found in our research, and new perspectives on the history and stories of Jonestown and B'nai Israel Congregation. We hope you enjoy these gems. Check out this one by Descendants' Day Project researcher, Talia Smith: Baltimore's Garment District and the Jewish Community.

Wed, November 13 2019 15 Cheshvan 5780