Classes and Programming

High Holiday Preparation Class

September 2022

Practical Teshuva

Click here to view the class.

Havdalah Healing Service


A monthly opportunity to bid farewell to Shabbat and welcoming in the new week with music, Jewish texts and prayers of healing, recovery, strength, and hope.

Click here to view a special format of the service called “After Roe”, created by the National Council of Jewish Women (NCJW) for an opportunity to mourn, sing, pray, connect, unite and to separate from what we knew to what we know.



My BCC is was created as a “talkshow” with members of the community to foster connection during a time, in which in-person gatherings were challenging.

View an episode of My BCC here.

Virtual vegan Hamantaschen baking demonstration

March 2022

Click here to view the recipe

Cheesy Music: A Shavuot exploration with Cantor Juval.

May 2022

Click here to view the slides that accompanied the session.

Lunch & Learn

April 2022

As part of monthly online gatherings I offered an Introduction to Non Violent Communication

Watch the session here

Exploring Reform Judasim

April-May 2021

From its origins in Germany to its flourishing in North America and its deep connection to social justice and musical and liturgical evolution, these classes explored all that Reform Judaism is and can be.

Worship Lab


In partnership with Rabbi Jillian Cameron, workshops were offered to help lay service leaders explore questions such as “what goes into the preparation of a Shabbat Service?”, “how does one write a sermon?” and “Where does one look for Shabbat music?”

Tu B’Shvat Seder

January 2022

In collaboration with JewishVeg and Rabbi Jonathan Klein, we’ve created a ritual to celebrate the environment together in honor of the ultimate plant-based holiday of Tu B’Shvat, the Jewish New Year for Trees!

Adult BMitzvah Program


For an extensive curriculum of the program, please click here.

Fiddler in the Groove

February 2010

A class dedicated to exploring the world of Klezmer music, from Eastern Europe to the United States, one krekhts at a time!

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