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Rosh Hashanah 2021 begins in the evening of: Monday, September 6th, 2021, and ends in the evening of: Wednesday, September 8th, 2021.

Yom Kippur 2021 begins in the evening of: Wednesday, September 15th
 2021, and ends in the evening of: Thursday, September 16th, 2021. 

High Holiday Services. Click here for the schedule of services

High Holiday Seating. Click here to register for seats

Book of Remembrance. Click here to honor your loved ones with a notice in the Book of Remembrance.

Business Ad. Do you have a business and would like to support B'nai with an ad in the Book of Remembrance? Click here to place an ad.

Shofar Blowing Competition

In preparation for the Chagim, B'nai will be holding a Shofar blowing competition to select the Baal Tekiah for Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur services. So don't hold your breath; dust off your Shofarot and get your chops in shape!

Sunday, August 29, 10:00 am
Following 8:30 Shacharit and Breakfast

Torah Study with
Rabbi Mintz

Noon - 12:40 pm

Click here to join the
Zoom session!

Mincha/ Kabbalat Shabbat/Ma'ariv
7:00 pm

Indoor services - Masks and social distancing required

Sign up here.


Shabbat Morning Service
 10:00 am

Indoor services - Masks and social distancing required

Sign up here.

Tisha B'Av

Saturday evening July 17:

Mincha & Ma'ariv at 8:00 pm
Fast Begins at 8:31 pm 
Eicha & Kinot at 8:35 pm

Sunday July 18:

Shacharit/Kinot at 8:00 am
Fast Ends at 9:13 pm

Watch for further information!

Update to our COVID-19 Policies

Everyone is Welcome at B'nai Israel

And everyone has an equal right to expect safe and healthy conditions when they are here. 

Update to Our COVID Policy

  • "In accordance with CDC's recent update, congregants are no longer required to wear masks at outdoor services. Unvaccinated persons are still advised to wear masks at outdoor gatherings, per CDC guidelines.
  • If services are held indoors, masks and social distancing are still required for everyone." 


Every year our members and visitors make Yom Kippur pledges of financial support. These pledges are crucial to the synagogue's sustainability. This year, your donations are even more important. We hope that we can count on each of you to match what you gave last year, and increase your donation where you can. We thank you in advance for your dedication to our historic synagogue.

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

Your donation will help keep our historic shul operating, and makes possible our exciting programs and educational offerings.  


Click here
to make your donation

Thank you in advance!

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