BKB Calendar of Events

BKB has Weekly Shabbat Evening Services at 7:30 pm
All Are on Zoom and Facebook Live
and some Are “Multi-Acccess”, including “Regathering (in-person)”

BKB streams all weekly Shabbat evening services beginning on Zoom and then to Facebook Live.
For those services that are not “Regathering” (in-person):
at 7:18 pm, for those on Zoom, join the “Zoom Lobby Schmooze”; and at 7:30 pm, the service starts on Zoom and Facebook Live

FOR ZOOM, please email bkbav@bkbav.org for the Zoom invitation to the Shabbat Evening Service.
(NOTE: If you join the service on Zoom, you will also be seen on the Facebook Live stream.)
FOR FACEBOOK LIVE, search for “Congregation Beth Knesset Bamidbar” on Facebook.

In addition, once or twice each month , BKB will have a “Regathering (in-person)” service that will be under strict rules for COVID. These rules require: reserved seating (email bkbav@bkbav.org for reservations), mask wearing, and social distancing. No one will be admitted without a reservation. Upcoming Regathering services are noted below.

The shaliach tzibburim (the messengers of a congregation in a public prayer) for these services will be:

October 15-Karen Schultz

October 22-Rabbi Henkin-Regathering service

October 29-BKB Soloist Fran Beckerman

November 5-Karen Schultz

November 12-Rabbi Henkin-Regathering service

November 19-BKB Soloist Fran Beckerman

November 26-Rabbi Henkin

Monthly Shabbat Morning  Interactive Service and Study on Zoom
Saturdays, 10:00 am (will resume in October after the High Holy Days)

Join us for an interactive Shabbat Morning Service and Study with Rabbi Alan Henkin via Zoom! Please email bkbav@bkbav.org to get the Zoom invitation to this service.

The next interactive Shabbat Morning Service and Study will be on November 13.

An Exploration of Major Jewish Thinkers of the Past 100 Years
on Six Tuesday Evenings at 7:00 pm on Zoom

 Rabbi Alan Henkin will offer a six-part class on some of the most important shapers of modern Jewish thought. This Adult Jewish Learning Class will be an adventure in the challenging, controversial thinking of Jewish thought-leaders of 20th and 21st centuries. Among the subjects that we will explore are God, Torah, Israel, human being, revelation of Torah, and embodiment.

Dates and Topics

October 26:       The Germans: Franz Rosenzweig and Martin Buber
November 30:   The Reconstructionists: Mordecai Kaplan and Milton Steinberg
December 14:   The Orthodox: Joseph Soloveitchik and David Hartman
January 25:        The Reform Rabbis: Jakob Petuchowski and Eugene Borowitz
February 22:      Feminist and Queer Thought
March 22:           The Process Thinkers and Wrap-up

To get on the Zoom invitation list (invitations sent out the day before each program), please email bkbav@bkbav.org.