Brooklyn Heights Synagogue is an inclusive, caring, Jewishly diverse community dedicated to lifelong learning and to caring for the world and each other. All are welcome to worship, study and celebrate with us. To learn more about us we welcome you to read our BHS Mission Statement.
To watch our live-streaming services, click here to see when we will be broadcasting next and to watch our services, when offered.
We are happy to report BHS has officially purchased 127 Remsen Street (the building next door). We look forward to expanding our space and community. To learn more visit our Capital Campaign page.
Brooklyn Heights Synagogue welcomes all to worship with us for the High Holy Days. We offer services throughout each holiday including Adult, Youth, and Family services. A full schedule of events can be downloaded from the link below. Members receive one ticket per adult (click here to read about our member privileges). Non-members are welcome to purchase tickets to our services at Plymouth Church (75 Hicks Street) by filling out an online request (below). All services at BHS are free and open to the public. College and graduate students with ID and members of the US Armed Forces are welcome to all our services without charge.
Please note: as of September 21, if you purchase a ticket online we will NOT mail it to you. We will hold all tickets for pick-up at the office at 131 Remsen Street.
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A Message About The Flooding In Baton Rouge
Many of you have expressed concern about colleagues who have been impacted by flooding in Baton Rouge. At least forty Jewish families have lost their homes and the need for monetary and volunteer support is critical. We at the CCAR have been in touch with our colleagues in Baton Rouge to offer support. They are doing everything possible to help their communities through this difficult time. The Baton Rouge Jewish Federation is managing the Jewish relief effort. Donations can be made by clicking here.
Both congregations are also accepting donations -
In addition, Nechama: A Jewish Response to Disaster, has an immediate need for volunteers. Additional information will be posted on RavBlog and in the enews for this week. We pray for healing for the community, and strength for the dedicated rabbis who serve them.
- Central Conference of American Rabbis
Click here for a message from Rabbi Lippe regarding his experience on the CCAR mission to Berlin
Rabbi Lippe read at a vigil for the Orlando victims led by the BHCA.
Rachel was recently appointed as the Israel Project Manager/Assistant Director at 6 Points Sci- Tech URJ Camp! She will be launching their new STEM Israel Program that will be geared for entering 11th grade Sci-Tech campers and also be open to teens from around the country who are looking for a unique Israel experience, exploring Israel through the lens of science and technology.
If you would like to make a donation in honor of this simcha, please click here.
Watch as a young member of our community rocks our Shabbat with Oseh Shalom! Thank you Isaac Wiley-Schwartz for lifting us to new heights at BHS!