Rabbi Nesson’s thoughts…”In Praise of Halloween and Trick-or-Treating”

In praise of Halloween and Trick or Treating  Rabbi Nesson MJCBY 2013

Creating a Caring Community Together

Along with MetrowWest training for individuals to offer support during difficult times. See flyer for  more information.  Course is Oct 23, 24th Creating a Caring Community flyer_9-24-13

Sisterhood Cookbook

DO WE HAVE A RECIPE FROM YOU? Sisterhood is excited to share that over 250 recipes have been collected for the newest edition of our cookbook! However, we still want to reach out to our MJCBY community one last time. … Continue reading

Rabbi: October 2013

Reviewed * Bailey: date * Donna: date * Rita: 9-18-13 Published in the October 2013 newsletter Kulanu B’Yachad—All together   You heard it said throughout the High Holidays, our themes for this year joined together: Kulanu B’Yachad, which means “all of … Continue reading

Introduction to Judaism Classes begin in October

Visit the website: www.IntroJudaismNJ.com

Rabbi: July/August 2013

Published in the July/August 2013 newsletter The Holidays Are So Early This Year! (Or Are They?) It’s hard to believe it, but even as you receive this summer newsletter, the High Holidays are right around the corner—Wednesday evening, September 4! … Continue reading

Rabbi David Nesson’s Sermon about Boston

Rabbi Nesson was born and raised in Boston.  He would like to share some personal thoughts on the events that happened at the Boston Marathon. The Boston Sermon

New Program for Children with Special needs

 YAD B’YAD (See Flyer)  for children with special needs ages 3-7 Starting in September 2013 Individualized Instruction Special Needs certified teacher Sundays from 9:45 am – 11:45 am Hebrew and Judaic studies Synagogue membership not required For more  information or … Continue reading

Donating stock to MJCBY

Published in the February 2013 newsletter Mark Furman is the Financial Secretary for MJCBY. He recently spoke with member Robert Berns about using stock transfers to pay for synagogue dues and contributions. MF: Robert, I noticed that you recently paid … Continue reading