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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.

SYNAGOGUE SCHEDULE

Look for Congregation B’nai Jeshurun at www.meetup.com to learn about and RSVP for events.

 

Shabbat Services:

Friday Nights:  8:15pm

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

 

Candlelighting Times

Events