April 18, 2014   18 Nisan 5774
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Welcome to B'nai Harim (Children of the Mountains)  

We are a Reform Jewish congregation affiliated with the Union for Reform Judaism, Jewish Federation of Northeast Pennsylvania and the Interfaith Council. We are located at the intersection of Rt. 940, Pocono Crest Road and Sullivan Trail in Pocono Pines, PA. (570-646-0100)

From our Little Scholars (ages 5–7) to our budding b'nai mitzvah students and teens (ages 8-HS) through our B’nai Harim Senior Scholars, we have classes and programs that inspire our members to reaffirm and build on their Judaism.

Join us for bi-monthly Saturday morning services, monthly Friday night dinners as well as High Holiday and Festival services conducted by Rabbi Peg Kershenbaum. An Oneg Shabbat follows Shabbat services where all our members and our students celebrate the Sabbath together and socialize informally with one another and with the Rabbi.

In addition to religious services, B’nai Harim offers an array of cultural, social, adult and family events including regularly scheduled educational talks on relevant topics, Hebrew lessons and ongoing book discussions. Most importantly, B’nai Harim offers the warmth, friendship and sense of family to all those wishing to reaffirm their Jewish identity and enrich their Jewish lives.

DON'T MISS OUT!! A new adult b'nai mitzvah class is beginning this Shabbat before services. Our expert teacher, Gene Schneider, will build your Hebrew reading skills from the ground up. You'll review the alef-bet, add syllables, words, and phrases until you are ready to read from the sacred scroll. Gene's special teaching style will keep you in stitches and fill your hearts and minds. 9-10am
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