Bnai Keshet Synagogue

99 South Fullerton Avenue
NJ 07042

Bnai Keshet Synagogue

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Bnai Keshet is a vibrant Reconstructionist congregation that values both the unique individual backgrounds and beliefs of its diverse members and our shared historical traditions. We celebrate our role as participants in the evolution of Judaism by engaging our tradition thoughtfully, so it remains meaningful and relevant to each of us. In this spirit, we are committed to life long education, to hesed (caring), to tikkun olam (repairing the world), and to sharing important life events. We are an informal and respectful community moved by prayer, fired by lively discussion, enlivened by laughter and song.
In an effort to support renewable and locally-generated energy, wind energy is purchased from Community Energy, New Jersey's first wind energy farm. There is a gradual conversion to use environmentally friendly cleaning products and a recycling program has been implemented to recycle paper and metals. Bnai Keshet Synagogue contains a certified backyard wildlife habitat to integrate environmental issues into the Hebrew school curriculum.
General office hours are from 9 am - 5pm but it is greatly urged you call ahead of time.
Shabbat Morning Service is held every Saturday at 10 am.

(973) 746-4889
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