Temple B'nai Abraham
a Reconstructionist Synagogue
The Reconstructionist Jewish Congregation in Bordentown, NJ
Temple B’nai Abraham offers traditional yet egalitarian and inclusive services that engage the community. As a sign of respect, men wear a kippah when in the sanctuary. Women have the option to wear a head covering as well. Men (and some women) also wear a tallit during those services when the Torah is read.
Friday Night Services
Friday Shabbat Evening Services are held most Fridays at 7:30pm.
Shabbat Morning Services
Saturday Shabbat Morning Services are usually held once a month at 10:00am unless there is a B’nai Mitzvah which begin at 9:30am.
Please join us for Tot Shabbat, our monthly program for our youngest congregants and their families. We meet at 6:00pm one Friday a month for a preschool-friendly service, a dairy/vegetarian pizza potluck dinner, and a craft. RSVPs to Education Director are appreciated but not required.
During the 2019-2020 (5780) school year, Tot Shabbat will be held on the following dates:
May 15 (Bring a Friend)
High Holy Day Services
Traditional services are held at Temple B’nai Abraham. All members in good financial standing are welcome and all others are welcome to purchase tickets.
For a nominal fee, the Sisterhood offers a break the fast meal at the Temple following Yom Kippur services.
Tashlich is held at the river in Bordentown near the RiverLine light rail station.
Holidays & Special Services
Holiday and Special Services: Traditional services take place on all Holidays.
Interfaith Service: Temple B’nai Abraham participates with our neighboring community churches in an Interfaith Service. The date and time is listed in the calendar. The service includes the clergy and congregants from both places of worship.
Purim– Megillah: Our students and the Rabbi read the Megillah in a spirited service.
Sukkot and Sukkahs: Our community builds our sukkah in the temple’s backyard – decorated by our students!
Passover Seder: Each year on the second night of Passover, we hold a complete Passover Seder at the temple.
Please see the calendar for specific dates and times.