Today is October 23, 2016 -


Welcome to Congregation B’nai Jeshurun

Congregation B’nai Jeshurun, a member of the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism, was the first Jewish congregation on Staten Island. In 1884 11 families met in Tompkinsville to form a minyan in rented space above a store on Richmond Turnpike, now Victory Boulevard in New Brighton. In 1887, the shul was formally organized and land was purchased in 1891, with a new building constructed. In 1974, the congregation moved to its current location on Martling Avenue, and in October 1975 the congregation merged with Temple Tifereth Israel.


Shabbat Services:

Friday Nights:  8:00pm

Saturday Mornings: 9:00am

Daily Minyan:

Sunday Mornings: 9:00am at CBJ

Monday and Thursday Mornings: 7:20am at CBJ

Tuesday, Wednesday, & Friday Mornings:    7:20 am at Temple Emanu-El

Sukkot Services:

Sunday, Oct. 16: Erev Sukkot  6:30pm

Monday, Oct. 17: Sukkot  9:15 am  (no pm services)

Tuesday, Oct. 18: Sukkot  9:15 am

Sunday, Oct. 23: Erev Shemini Atzeret  6:30pm

Monday, Oct. 24: Shemini Atzeret and Yizkor  9:15am

Monday, Oct. 24:  Simchat Torah  6:30pm

Tuesday, Oct. 25:  Simchat Torah  9:15am

Saturday Mornings: 9:00am


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