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“Show Up for Shabbat” at Brooklyn Heights Synagogue Saturday Morning, November 3

Sorry for the very late notice. Brooklyn Heights Synagogue has invited all friends and neighbors, of whatever faith or belief, to show solidarity with their congregation, the American Jewish Committee, and all Jews by attending Shabbat service at the Synagogue this Saturday morning, November 3, at 10:30. Brooklyn Heights Synagogue is located at 131 Remsen […]

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BHS High Holiday Family Services

L’Shana Tova, Happy 5779 to all those that observe. Brooklyn Heights Synagogue is holding Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur K-3 family services at Plymouth Church today, Monday September 10th at 2:00 pm and Wednesday, September 19th respectively. Led my Rabbi Molly Kane, services are FREE and open to all.  No RSVP required. Wishing you a […]

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Musical Interfaith Services at BHS and First Presbyterian to Celebrate MLK Jr. Weekend

Brooklyn Heights Synagogue and First Presbyterian Church of Brooklyn will jointly host musical interfaith services to commemorate Martin Luther King Jr. weekend. At BHS this Friday, Jan. 12 at 6:30 p.m., the soul-stirring BHS and FPC choirs will perform together and the inimitable Rev. Adriene Thorne of FPC will bring the word. At FPC on Sunday, Jan. 14 […]

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Mic Drop: Hundreds Gather For Anti-Hate Rally in Adam Yauch Park with Beastie Boy “Ad Rock,” Electeds, Religious & Community Leaders

When Adam Yauch Park was desecrated by anti Semitic and pro-Trump graffiti on Friday afternoon the community reaction was swift.  Law enforcement deemed the incident a hate crime and the City Parks Department immediately painted over the offensive tags.  State Senator, Daniel Squadron deftly organized a bevy of elected officials and religious leaders for the […]

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Save The View Now “Town Hall Meeting” Tuesday Evening

Save The View Now, which has succeeded in getting a court-ordered temporary stop to construction of the southern, or “Parcel B” portion of the Pierhouse complex, and which continues to litigate the issue of whether the northern portion has execeeded a height limit agreed upon to preserve views of the Brooklyn Bridge from the Brooklyn […]

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Israel Election Results Discussion at Cong. Mt. Sinai Sunday

The Institute for Living Judaism in Brooklyn, in conjunction with Congregation Mount Sinai and the Brooklyn Heights Synagogue, will present “Unpacking the Israel Election Results: Where Do We Go From Here?” at Cong. Mt. Sinai, 250 Cadman Plaza West, this Sunday, May 17, starting at 11:30 a.m. It’s billed as [a] discussion and town hall […]

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Save The View Now! Meeting Draws Enthusiastic Crowd

They are stealing an American view from the millions who visit every year.–Martin Schneider When Steven Guterman, organizer of the Save The View Now! campaign quoted these words of a Brooklyn Heights preservation activist who couldn’t be present at today’s organizational meeting, they were greeted enthusiastically by a larger than expected audience. In the photo, […]

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Last Minute Weekend Suggestions: Brooklyn Heights and Nearby

This Sunday, June 16, starting at 10:30 a.m., author Emily Jenkins and illustrator Stephanie Graegin of the new children’s book Water in the Park will be at the Empire-Fulton Ferry section of Brooklyn Bridge Park (adjacent to Jane’s Carousel and the Tobacco Warehouse) will talk, read, and draw for the benefit of young readers and […]

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Brooklyn Heights Synagogue Plans Pride Month Event

The Brooklyn Heights Synagogue, at 131 Remsen Street (between Clinton and Henry) is having a special Shabbat service Friday evening, June 14, in honor of Pride Month. This from the Synagogue: Brooklyn Heights Synagogue supports Pride month with a special celebration of our Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Questioning friends, families and allies. Pride Shabbat […]

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Brooklyn Heights Synagogue Hosts Open House Shabbat Service Friday, 4/19

Brooklyn Heights Synagogue, 131 Remsen Street (between Clinton and Henry) will host an open house Shabbat service on Friday evening, April 19, starting at 6:30. BHS describes itself as “a thriving, inclusive Reform Jewish congregation” consisting of “families, couples, and singles living in nearby Brownstone Brooklyn neighborhoods, DUMBO, lower Manhattan” and beyond. In addition to […]

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