BKB Calendar of Events

BKB has Weekly Shabbat Evening Services at 7:30 pm:
All Are Streamed and some
Are “Multi-Acccess”(in-person and streamed)

BKB’s weekly Shabbat Evening Service takes place every Friday night at 7:30 pm in one of two ways:

Way #1: BKB’s Shabbat Evening “Multi-Access” Service-that is both in person in the sanctuary and streaming on Facebook Live-are normally scheduled on the 2nd and 4th Fridays of each month. Everyone is welcome to attend this service at our sanctuary. Masks are optional, and please do not come if you feel ill. To find BKB’s services on Facebook, search for “Congregation Beth Knesset Bamidbar.”

Way #2: The Shabbat Evening services that are not Multi-access are conducted on Zoom and Facebook Live from the home of the service leader. On Zoom we begin with a “Zoom Lobby Schmooze” at 7:18 pm, and the formal service begins on Zoom and Facebook Live at 7:30 pm.

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.

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

September 2-Fran Beckerman-Way #2

September 9-Student Rabbi Josh Shapiro-Way #1

September 16-Karen Schultz-Way #2

September 23-Ivy Berr-Colvin-Way #1

September 30-Naomi and Mike Barnes-Way #2

October 7-Karen Schultz-Way #2

October 14-Student Rabbi Josh Shapiro-Way #1

October 21-Mike and Naomi Barnes-Way #2

October 28-Ivy Berr-Colvin-Way #!

Monthly Shabbat Morning Interactive Service and Study
Saturdays, 10:00 am
In-person at the BKB Sanctuary and on Facebook Live

Join us for an interactive Shabbat Morning Service and Study with Student Rabbi Josh Shapiro
on September 10 and October 15.

The 5783 High Holy Days at BKB

The 5783 High Holy Days services at BKB begin with Selichot on Saturday night, September 17, and continue through Rosh HaShanah, Yom Kippur, Sukkot, and Simchat Torah.  These services are planned to be multi access (a combination of in person and on-line) unless there are changes due to changing COVID restrictions. The BKB High Holy Days services calendar is on the High Holy Days page on this website.

BKB’s High Holy Days services will again be open to all members and visitors (ticket not required).  Donations are appreciated.

The annual BKB High Holy Days packets of information have been sent to BKB members. Included in the packet is the service calendar and solicitations for High Holy Days honors and Book of Remembrance. PLEASE HONOR THE WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, DEADLINE FOR THESE SOLICITATIONS.

And, please consider a donation the BKB 5783/2022 High Holy Days Appeal. You can make a donation on-line by going to the BKB 5783/2022 High Holy Days Appeal page which can be found on the Support BKB menu on this website. Todah rabah (thank you)!