BZBI, where you engage


Welcoming the stranger is a core principle of Judaism, mentioned 36 times in the Torah. For example, we recently welcomed morning minyan members with a donor breakfast.

At BZBI we want to ensure that all visitors feel the warmth of our kehillah whether they come for assembly, study or prayer.

As an engaged community, we rely on you, our members, to be the welcoming presence in our sanctuary, at kiddush lunches, greeting event goers, helping in the gift shop, and supporting the front office.

You will be thanked in in many ways, including an invitation to our Spring volunteer appreciation brunch.

Build a deeper bond to our community by volunteering. Contact Community Engagement Specialist Rebecca Krasner to learn about current needs.

She can be reached at or (215) 735-5148