COVID-19 INFORMATION

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)

CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION!

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: https://www.ccarnet.org/publications/mishkan-tfilah-for-shabbat/
In addition, you can download a discounted kindle copy for $4.99 here: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B016R0HSLU/
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.

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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.