Adult programs and classes

Social Action Committee Meeting

We will be discussing the Elm Street Vegetable Garden Planting on April 3 and the Social Action Benefit Concert on April 30.

All are welcome to come to the meeting and to join the chevra.

 

How to Give a D'var Torah

Did you ever wish you could deliver a sermon on Shabbat morning but didn'talan know where to start? Rabbi Bronstein will teach about how to conceive, research, and prepare a D'var Torah - a "word of Torah". For novices and veterans alike, sponsored by the Ritual Committee.

Goods and Services Online Auction Opens

Bidding is open to BAS members and non-members. Based on our success in 2009, we are once again using BiddingForGood to host and manage our auction. 

For more information, click here.

Scholar in Residence

Rabbi_MarmurCome learn with our Scholar in Residence, Rabbi Michael Marmur. Our study will focus on the work of Abraham Joshua Heschel.

The weekend will start with Friday night Shabbat dinner Learning events will continue on Saturday, April 9, including a light evening meal (seudah shlisheet), and ending with Havdalah. (Friday and Saturday dinner reservations required.)

Guests are welcome!

For more information, click here.

Scholar in Residence

Come learn with our Scholar in Residence, Rabbi Michael Marmur. Our study will focus on the work of Abraham Joshua Heschel.

The  weekend will start with Friday night Shabbat dinner. Learning events will continue on Saturday, April 9, including a light evening meal (seudah shlisheet), and ending with Havdalah. (Friday and Saturday dinner reservations required.)

Guests are welcome!

For more information, click here.

Women's Seder

Breaking Barriers: Journeys of Remarkable Jewish Women

Join us as we gather to celebrate a seder from a feminine perspective.

We will read the haggadah, sing, dance, eat and share the warmth and joy of this special observance.

Cantor Marcey Wagner will lead us in our seder. 

Yom Hashoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day)

The BAS community and friends will commemorate Holocaust Remembrance Day with a prayer service followed by poetry readings, shared memories and the recitation of the names of the victims of the Shoah.

Lecture Series for Parents of Special Needs Children

Building Communities One Lecture at a Time: A synergistic offering to address special needs in the Westchester Jewish community

Dr. Kevin Kalikow, child psychiatrist
Ritalin, Prozac and Company: Too Much? Too Little? For YOUR Child? How to Decide

Tuesday Evening BAS Book Group

All are welcome to participate in the BAS Book Group, which meets to discuss books of Jewish interest. The books range from historical fiction and novels to memoir and nonfiction about contemporary and past Jewish experience and issues. Discussions are lively and informative. Come join us!

This month we will discuss Anne Frank: The Book, The Life, The Afterlife by Francine Prose. A new perspective on the familiar book describing its artistry as well as its publication history and effects.

Click here for a full list of the books we read this year.