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PSJC is an egalitarian Conservative synagogue community defined by our inclusive spirit and our range of opportunities for spiritual renewal, growth and participation.
Come visit our beautiful, landmark synagogue at 1320 8th Avenue (the corner of 8th Avenue and 14th Street) in Brooklyn. Want to learn more? Join us for services or contact our office.

 

What's Doing?

Mezuzah Making Class

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Wednesday, August 6 | 7:00PM
Release after Tisha B’Av and create art together. Following up on the success of “The Art of the Book of Ruth”, we are coming together again to learn about the mitzvah of Mezuzah and then (with the guidance of master artists) to create glass mezuzah cases of our own.  $45 covers the class and materials.  RSVP required to ensure adequate materials.

Learn About the Peace-Makers of Israel’s Arab-Jewish Community and Its School for Peace

Thursday, August 7 | 7:00PM
PSJC welcomes Aviv CanaaniNoor Nashef and Karin Shbeta to share their involvement with Oasis of Peace/Neve Shalom/Wahat al-Salam (NSWAS). The Oasis for Peace’s School for Peace offers courses and seminars for Arab and Jewish youth and adults to learn together.  Aviv Canaani will speak to us about the NSWAS School for Peace more

A Sweet New Year: Send Honey to a Loved One

ORT honey order formOnce again this year we are offering our community the opportunity to purchase jars of honey to send to your friends and family for Rosh HaShanah 5775. This fundraiser is in it’s third year and it has been a great success We want to continue to welcome in the New Year with this sweet treat. We have decided to use a new vendor and feel confident that this vendor, Honey From The Heart, they promise to ship their quality honey in a timely manner. The whole ordering process is made easy through their website. Act quickly, free shipping is available until July 21. The deadline for all orders is September 1, 2014.

Get Acquainted Lunch in Prospect Park

picnic Saturday, August 16 | 1:30PM
 PSJC regulars, newcomers, and anyone in between are all welcome.  Our summer Get Acquainted Lunches are held in Prospect Park, behind the Picnic  House (enter the park at 3rd or 5th St). This is a wonderful opportunity to extend the Shabbat-spirit with other PSJCers and keep the Shabbat vibe  going all afternoon long.  In addition to bringing food, consider bringing a blanket or mat to sit on. The next Get Acquainted lunch will be September 20.