The BSS Building is closed for programming, services, and events until further notice.

If you are interested in joining us remotely, please email Co-Administrator Hope Ratner or Co-Administrator Justine Abel to get the zoom link.

BSS Caring Committee  COVID-19 Resource Guide  (updated)


Shabbat Services
Friday, April 10 – 7:30pm
Join us remotely through Zoom!
Rabbi Andy Gordon and Keith Adams

The CCAR Press has provided a free online flipbook of our prayer book Mishkan T’filah:
In addition, you can download a discounted kindle copy for $4.99 here:
We ask if everyone prepares your Shabbat candles at home. We will have a community candle lighting at the very beginning of the service.
Taking Hold of Torah
Saturday. April 11 – 9:30am
Join us remotely for Torah Study!

If interested in attending, please RSVP by email to Rabbi Gordon, who will send you a copy of the section of Torah that we will study together.

 BOLT Virtual Passover Happy Hour – Saturday, April 11 – 5:00pm

Saturday. April 11 – 9:30am
NO Religious School
Sunday, April 12 – 9:00am
Religious school will be held remotely through Zoom. Information about joining remote classes is in a separate e-mail from Director of Education, Jillian Manko.

Boker Tov Minyan
Tuesday, April 14 – 8:00am
Join Rabbi Gordon for a morning check-in and meditation experience. We’ll gather for chanting, prayers of healing, meditation, and time to reflect as the day begins.

Virtual BSS 60’s+  Meeting – Tuesday, April 14 – 4pm

PJ Shema
Tuesday, April 14 – 7:00pm
Geared specifically for families with young children, but open to us all, Rabbi Gordon, Jillian Manko, and Nomi Adams will lead a quick check-in as well as an evening Sh’ma and Hashkivenu tuck-in via Zoom.

Virtual Yizkor – Thursday, April 16 – 8:00am

Look for our Friday Virtual Services Update email and our Tuesday Bolton Street Synagogue eNewsletter for time and login information.


Our Mission Statement
To be an inclusive Jewish home for the diverse Baltimore community engaging in spirituality, friendship, learning, and social justice.

Our Vision Statement
Bolton Street Synagogue, a Reform congregation, will be a place of belonging known for its dynamic celebration of spirituality, justice, learning, and engagement with the greater community.