Storahtelling

On Friday, June 6, MJCBY experienced its first “Storahtelling.” Written and directed by Rabbi Amy Joy Small, with coordination assistance from Ellen Nesson, this event was part of a growing trend to recreate the storytelling of Torah that was formerly … Continue reading

Reviewed * Bailey: date * Donna: 51214 * Rita: 5-12-14 Regina and Gene Shtirmer proudly invite the congregation to celebrate with them as their son Daniel Lauren is called to the Torah as a Bar Mitzvah on June 14. Daniel is a … Continue reading

June 21 Minyonaires Shabbat to send our seniors off to college

On Saturday June 21st we will celebrate our last minyonaire shabbat of this year. At this service we will honor all our High School seniors before they head off for the summer and for college. Each senior who is present … Continue reading

Mazel Tov to Meryl Balaban

Women’s League for Conservative Judaism is delighted to install MJCBY member Meryl Balaban as vice president at its 2014 Convention, on July 18, 2014 in Whippany, New Jersey. Women’s League is the umbrella organization of women’s groups and individual members … Continue reading

Shalom Yeladim Cookbook

Help support Shalom Yeladim by ordering this special cookbook. Makes a great gift!

MJCBY Children’s Corner

Support the Jewish Education of our children. Download Children’s Flyer pdf

Rabbi David Nesson with Senator Cory Booker

The American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) is a lobbying group that advocates pro-Israel policies to the Congress and Executive Branch of the United States. This year, MJCBY had 18 members in attendance at the conference March 2-4, 2014. Rabbi … Continue reading

Art Show at B’nai Or

Members of MJCBY have their artistic pieces on display at B’nai Or’s Linda Grandis Blatt Gallery. This year’s theme was “Spirit of the Human Family.” The following members displayed their artwork and photographs: Norman Barta, Ken Gerwin, Donna Gross, Vivian Laska, … Continue reading

Rabbi: February 2014

“After 25 years, it’s nice to know…”—A thank-you from Rabbi Nesson The first time I remember coming to New York City as a child was for the 1964 World’s Fair. During that visit, I saw my first Broadway play, “Fiddler … Continue reading