OUR SPIRITUAL LIVES
Our Summer Friday Evening Shabbat Services are held on the Patio, weather permitting, so we are not able to live stream them. However, you can simply click here to see other Friday night services, Rosh Hashsanah Services, or to access our archive of past services. If you would like a copy of our Prayer Book, Mishkan T'filah, contact the Temple Office at (201) 848-1800. MORE
Shabbat At Barnert: The Perfect Formula for Weekly Rejuvenation!
Judaism gives you a weekly break from the chaos. It's called Shabbat. Join us on for Shabbat morning worship, too on Saturdays at 10 am (check calendar). Even when we are celebrating a Bar/Bat Mitzvah, please don’t feel that you’re intruding. We are extended family, and your presence adds support.
July 28, 7 pm: Shabbat Service followed by Oneg
Be Part of Social Action at Barnert!
Social Action at Barnert is kind of like breathing. It's not an option. It's part of everything we do. It's part of who we are and keeps us connected to the world around us. Learn about all current projects and drives in the Social Action Section.
Barnert Preschool Celebrates the Beginning of It's 29th Year!
It's our 28th year of shaping young lives and impacting families! This year we get to celebrate our top-notch preschool and kindergarten programs, for children ages 15 months to 6 years. To schedule a tour or request more info, contact the Preschool Office at (201) 848-1027. MORE
Barnert Temple introduces the Jewish Journey Project Barnert Temple.
Adult Learning. Every Week, Any Week.
A variety of adult learning opportunities exist every week at Barnert. Learn something new, discuss the tough questions, learn what Jewish text has to say on a variety of issues we face everyday. You are welcome to join at any time. This year we offer Torah Study, Talmud Study, Rosh Chodesh, Shabbat Yoga and the Israeli Film Series. Visit Learning Together/Adult Education for more information. Check calendar for exact dates and times.
L’dor v’dor, generation to generation.
For 168 years, Barnert Temple has been making a significant difference in the lives of its members, the community it serves and the world beyond its doors. As we look toward Rabbi Frishman’s retirement and look ahead to a new rabbinic leader, we ask: What will this transition mean for each of us? How will it affect our congregation? What will Barnert Temple look like in the coming years? We want you to help shape Barnert Temple’s future by joining our thoughtful and dynamic conversation. You are invited to participate in our Rabbinic Transition Process.
View the Barnert Temple Video
View the moving and inspirational video shown about the history and future of Barnert Temple. This special video was created by Adam Freelander, videographer and son of Rabbi Frishman. It will leave you feeling both proud, blessed and inspired! Click on MORE to view the video. MORE
Be a Barnert Blogger
Do you want to know what people are thinking? Do you have something you want to contribute to the conversation? Visit our BT blog and see what people are talking about!
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