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PUBLIC NOTICE: ABQ Jewish Film Festival 2020

https://abqjewishfilmfest.com The JCC’s 7th Annual ABQ Jewish Film Fest will light up your home screens from July 30 – August 25 with eight recently released films.  Each year the Fest endeavors to weave a colorful fabric of uniquely Jewish stories that come to us through movies from around the world. That has not changed.  What Continue Reading…

Community Resources

Below please find additional resources for community assistance and support provided to us by the Jewish Care Program. Financial United Way Community Economic relief 1-866-211-9966.  Call to connect to local agencies for help and resources. Mental Telehealth Enhancement Center https://abqmentalhealth.com Elevation Counseling https://www.elevationcounseling.com Santa Fe Community Guidance Center http://www.pmsnm.org/patient-resources/phone-visits-now-available Presbyterian Medical Services http://www.pmsnm.org/patient-resources/phone-visits-now-available UNM Health Continue Reading…

UPDATE: Corornavirus Closure Announcement

Dear Congregants, The health and safety of our congregants is of the utmost concern to us. The Executive Committee met this evening to discuss how best to proceed with a plan to govern building usage and guidelines for services and events scheduled at B’nai for the next few weeks. After much serious consideration, our decision Continue Reading…

Mitzvah Day 2020|5780

Just a reminder that we will not be having classes this coming Sunday, over the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday weekend. However, we are holding a Mitzvah Day, which is an opportunity to get some things done around the synagogue and school grounds. The Religious School has two projects (with a possible third) — Continue Reading…

Fostering a Caring Community

Dear Friends at Congregation B’nai Israel, One of the first characteristics of B’nai Israel I have noticed is the very high level of volunteerism and participation in the religious, cultural, and social life of the community. Congregations can be distinguished by whether they are passive or participatory. The ideal, especially from a Jewish perspective, is participatory. Continue Reading…