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Making a Minyan with Richard Eden

Our thriving congregation is built on the involvement of dedicated community members and volunteers, who are both the reason we exist and the reason we strive to maintain this community for many years to come. This year, March is Congregant Appreciation Month. We will take time each week to profile a BZBI member and their story…. Read More

Posted: March 18, 2019 by

Mazel Tov Rachel!

Rachel was born in Philadelphia and started attending BZBI when she was 7. She is now a 7th grader and she plays on the soccer and basketball teams. Rachel enjoys reading, drawing, metalworking, and other crafts. She loves spending time with her friends, her family, and her two dogs. Rachel’s Bat Mitzvah theme is the… Read More

Posted: March 12, 2019 by

Building Community with Rachel Hollander Sirner

Our thriving congregation is built on the involvement of dedicated community members and volunteers, who are both the reason we exist and the reason we strive to maintain this community for many years to come. This year, March is Congregant Appreciation Month. We will take time each week to profile a BZBI member and their story…. Read More

Posted: March 11, 2019 by

Repairing the World with Rosalie

Our thriving congregation is built on the involvement of dedicated community members and volunteers, who are both the reason we exist and the reason we strive to maintain this community for many years to come. This year, March is Congregant Appreciation Month. We will take time each week to profile a BZBI member and their story…. Read More

Posted: March 4, 2019 by

Assembling Together

Vayakhel 5779 / 2 March 2019

The poet David Whyte once observed that “All long friendships are rooted in mutual forgiveness.” Think about the most meaningful relationships in your life; is there one that has not suffered some kind of rupture, disappointment, or deep wound? Whyte suggests that every relationship will eventually endure some breach or betrayal. Some of our relationships are too… Read More

Posted: March 4, 2019 by

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