Important Notice

To protect the health of our community, and to help slow the spread of the Coronavirus, all services will be held online until further notice. Subscribe to our newsletter and follow us on Facebook for news of virtual services and classes being held via Zoom.

Virtual Shabbat Services and Classes

Virtual Shabbat Services and Classes

Shabbat services and classes will continue via ZOOM. The meeting link is sent to all newsletter subscribers. If you didn’t receive the link but would still like to participate, please email your request at least 1 day before the service to ndbnaiisrael@gmail.com .

Schedule:
Passover Seder Sunday, March 28, 5:30 pm

Virtual Services
April 23-24
May 14-15
 Friday night service begins at 7:30 pm. Saturday morning “Coffee Hour” begins at 10:30 am, followed by adult education at 11:00. Zoom meeting will be open 15 minutes prior to start.

Passover Seder
Please join B’nai Israel for a virtual Passover Seder on Sunday, March 28 ay 5:30pm.  Watch this space, subscribe to our Newsletter, and follow us on Facebook and Twitter for all the details coming soon!

Welcome to B’nai Israel

B‘nai Israel Synagogue in Grand Forks, North Dakota is a small but vibrant congregation that provides lifelong opportunities for spiritual growth and learning based on modern Jewish values.

Our members represent a variety of Jewish traditions and backgrounds, and come from Grand Forks, the Grand Forks Air Base, the University of North Dakota and surrounding communities.

Members of every Jewish denomination are welcome to attend our services, as are non-Jewish visitors. Please introduce yourself so we can answer any questions you may have. If you’d like to arrange a group visit, please contact us in advance at ndbnaiisrael@gmail.com .

We are located at 601 Cottonwood St in Grand Forks, ND. (MAP)
Please see the Contact page for our mailing address.

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Upcoming Events

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Maim Bialik spills the T on this most festive of Jewish holidays. This year, Purim officially begins at sundown Thursday, February 25.

 

From the Union For Reform Judaism / Reform Movement