South Jersey Synagogue - B'nai Tikvah-Beth Israel

High Holiday Schedule

CBT-BI is pleased to offer free tickets to this year's High Holiday services (a donation is requested from non-members). Please contact Jerri Gerace at 856-589-6550 for tickets and more information.

Selichot - Saturday, Sept 5 7:30pm
Erev Rosh Hashanah - Sunday Sept 13 at 7pm
1st Day Rosh Hashanah - Monday Sept 14 at 10am
    Tashlich around 1pm
2nd Day Rosh Hashanah - Tuesday Sept 15 at 10am Mon/Tue
    Children's Service 10am to Noon

Shabbat Shuvah
Friday Sept 18 7pm
Saturday Sept 19 10am

Kol Nidre - Tuesday Sept 22 6:30pm (Be prompt)

Yom Kippur
    Morning - Wed Sept 23 10am (Be prompt)
    Children's service - 10am to Noon
    First Yizkor - approximately 12pm
    Second Yizkor/Minchah - 5:45pm
    Neilah - 6:45pm
    Break The Fast - 7:36pm

Congregation B'nai Tikvah-Beth Israel

B'nai Tikvah-Beth Israel synagogue in South Jersey is a vibrant, welcoming, egalitarian Jewish community with over 125 member households from New Jersey's Gloucester and Camden Counties.

B'nai Tikvah-Beth Israel synagogue offers South Jersey families religious services and activities, parties, socials, and education for all ages as well as an active men's club, sisterhood and PTO.

 

Latest News!

Sisterhood Rosh Hashanah Challah Sale

Place your order for delicious round Challah from Ginsberg's Bakery. Orders must be received by September 6, 2015. More details

Shir Hadash – Musical Shabbat

On June 5, CBT-BI held a very special Musical Shabbat. Watch the video here. More details

A Sweet Year – Honey Bears

Wish your fellow congregants, friends and family members a sweet New Year with Honey Bears! More details

Designer Bag Bingo

CBT-BI presents Designer Bag Bingo, taking place at the Glassboro VFW Post 679 on November 22, 2015. More details

Judaism in the 21st Century

by Debbie Ret (A condensed version of this article appears in the July issue of the Shofar.) Here is a perspective from a serious Jew who has raised two children in a 21st -century interfaith home. “V’ahavtah et Adonai Elochecha … More details

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Faith in the Future
"We came from a country where we could not practice religion and now can. It's important for us to belong to a synagogue ... when we see how the children participate in services, it's so exciting - we did not have this in Russia ... We want to see the synagogue grow so the children have room to learn and study."
-- Luba V.
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Congregation B'nai Tikvah-Beth Israel
115 East Holly Avenue, Sewell, NJ
(Mailing address: PO Box 1013, Turnersville, NJ 08012)
Office: 856-589-6550 ~ Fax: 856-589-7105