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Virtual Schedule

See below for details on some of our weekly events. Dates, times and details may change.
See Briefly and our Monday emails for the most up-to-date schedule and for login information.
For questions, issues or to join our mailing list contact info@baltimorehebrew.org for details.

Monday, September 13 and Wednesday September 16
3-7 pm: Shofar Around Town: Oregon Ridge and Merriweather at Symphony Park(9/14) or Patterson Park(9/16).
Prior to hearing the shofar blast, you may decide to meet friends and family to enjoy a picnic before the event. Be sure to check each parks rules for this, we know Oregon Ridge is NOT open for picnics. We are asking you to socially distance and if possible, park one spot away from each other to leave space. If you are within 6ft of those who do not live in your household, you are required to wear a mask and physically distance yourselves.
For more info visit: Link

For Adults:
Ongoing through September 18
8 am: "Socially Distanced, Spiritually Connected: A Community-Wide Elul Experience”
Join the greater Baltimore Jewish community for a month of brief learning and reflection preceding the High Holidays. Every morning except Shabbat, August 20–September 18. 8–8:30 am.
Join here: Meeting ID: 846 9512 3385
Monday September 14 – Wednesday September 16
1:30-2:30 pm: Fill Your Cup with BHC Daily Adult Education:
  • Monday, “Exploring Jewish Perspectives” with Rabbi Busch
  • Tuesday, “Understanding Prayerbook Hebrew for Advanced Beginners” with Cantor Sacks. Drop in, practice your Hebrew (for self-described Advanced Beginner Hebrew readers), and learn about the meaning of our prayers. If you can decode Hebrew - slow or fast it doesn’t matter - then you might enjoy finding out what the Hebrew means.
  • WednesdayWomen of BHC: “Renaissance and Baroque Art and Architecture” presented by Charles Hanna, who has an educational background and teaches and lectures about the history of art and architecture. See Women of BHC: Fill Your Cup Schedule here: Link
Join here: Meeting ID: 897 4428 0586 Password: 196184
Tuesday, September 15
3-7 pm: Rosh Hashanah Under YOUR Stars: Engagement Bag Pick-Up
Pick up supplies to bring our annual event Under YOUR stars. There is no cost for the bag but we are asking you to bring canned goods for our GEDCO food drive, or make a donation to BHC through GiveButter, our live streaming platform where you will be able to enjoy Rosh Hashanah Under YOUR Stars: https://givebutter.com/underyourstars
Limited supplies available, Please sign up for your bag here: Link
Friday, September 18:
4 pm: Leading into the service we are offering activities, education, music and more.
6 pm: Rosh Hashanah Under Your Stars: Distant Yet Together: Home for the Holy Days.
A Virtual Experience for a New Year.
via StreamSpot: Click here
via GiveButter: Click here
For more information: Link
For Youth:
Monday September 14 – Friday September 18
8 am–4 pm: Closing at 12 pm on Friday.  E. B. Hirsh Early Childhood Center:
For enrollment opportunities and more information contact the Director of E. B. Hirsh Early Childhood Center, Jen Platt, jplatt@baltimorehebrew.org.
Tuesday September 15
6:30 pm: NextGen: Rock The Vote: Voter Registration Drives
Help register BHC Youth Education families to vote in the 2020 November general election through nonpartisan, virtual voter registration drives. Future dates: Sundays October 11 and 18, 10 am–12:30 pm.
For more information and to sign up for NextGen visit our site (here) or contact Alicia Gallant, agallant@baltimorehebrew.org.
Thursday, September 17
6:30 pm: NextGen: High Holy Day Madrichim: 3 sessions:
Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur Youth services Saturday, September 19, Sunday, September 20, Sunday, September 27, and Monday, September 28, times vary.
Help lead tefilah (prayer) for Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur youth programming over Zoom. Teens who chose this option will get trained in Zoom moderation and will have the ability to create their roles and choose their own volunteer hours.
For more information and to sign up for NextGen visit our site (here) or contact Alicia Gallant, agallant@baltimorehebrew.org.

REMINDER: September
Casseroles for Donations to Our Daily Bread
In continuing to help our community during the health emergency, on Monday, September 21 from 11–11:30 am please drop casseroles at BHC. Our congregant, Alice Dolle Trosch, will be waiting on the parking lot for you to load your casserole into her van. Alice will immediately take the casseroles to Our Daily Bread.
We prefer the casseroles to be frozen when you drop them off. You can provide the store-bought frozen Mac and Cheese, Lasagna or baked barbecued chicken. Recipe link here. 
For information, email jwindman@baltimorehebrew.org

6-6:15 pm: Story and Singing via StreamSpot. Click here:
6:15 pm: Shabbat Service via StreamSpot. Click here:
9 am: Torah Talk via Zoom
Join here: Meeting ID: 865 4383 9544 Password: 245677
10:30 am: Shabbat Service via StreamSpot. Click here:
Get Swabbed! Chai Life, BHC's 20s and 30s Community Videostreaming
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