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Brooklyn Heights Synagogue is an inclusive, caring, Jewishly diverse community dedicated to lifelong learning and to caring for the world and each other. All are welcome to worship, study and celebrate with us. To learn more about us we welcome you to read our BHS Mission Statement. 

 

bhsbrooklyn.org/livestream

To watch our live-streaming services, click here to see when we will be broadcasting next and to watch our services, when offered.

 
We are happy to report BHS has officially purchased 127 Remsen Street (the building next door). We look forward to expanding our space and community. To learn more visit our Capital Campaign page.

A Dinner to Die For

A Dinner to Die For
Saturday, March 5th, 2016, 7-10pm
The location is a MYSTERY to be revealed in due time

Make your reservation soon, as spots are filling up quickly! Venue is limited to 150 guests!

CLICK HERE place your reservation, become a sponsor, indicate your willingness to play a role, and more.











Mishloach Manot Project

Literally, the "sending of portions," Mishloach Manot (Hebrew) or Shalach Manos (Yiddish) is the mitzvah of sending gifts of food to others in our community at Purim. This year, Purim begins on the evening of March 23. Support the BHS Mishloach Manot project by clicking on the box of hamentashen here! Your support is greatly appreciated and will bring joy to so many.







MLK commemoration



Listen here to the Joint BHS/First Presbyterian Church choirs sing Glory! Your browser does not support the audio element.

 

Book Sale

Seth Siegel eventBooks are available for purchase. If you wish to purchase your copy, simply click here and choose the Avram Fund from the drop down menu of funds, and make your purchase using a credit or debit card. Books are $20 each, and your pre-paid edition will be available for pick up in the synagogue office. Please bring your receipt when picking up your book. Thank you!

 


 

Israel

Want to learn more about what’s currently happening in Israel? There are a few reliable sources to choose from. You can read YNETNEWS or HA'ARETZ, among other news media sources. Many points of view.

 

Recent Video

Watch as a young member of our community rocks our Shabbat with Oseh Shalom! Thank you Isaac Wiley-Schwartz for lifting us to new heights at BHS!

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Mobile BHS? There's an app for that!

Find it in the iPhone and Android stores.

contact BHS

131 Remsen Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201
t:718.522.2070, f:718.522.3976
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volunteer at BHS shelter

Volunteering at the Shelter is not hard or scary. We give you very clear instructions and there are always people to help.  For more information about our shelter, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .