• Shabbat Inside Out

    Registration Now Open for

    November 28 Dinner:

    Host Registration
    Guest Registration

    November 29:

    Shabbat Kabbalah

    Torah Study

    Saturday Registration
  • Hunger has many faces

    and many are hungry in our own community! 

    Barnert Supports the

    Center for Food Action and CUMAC/ECHO 

    Please drop off non-perishible items by November 21

    so everyone can celebrate Thanksgiving.


  • Women of Barnert Annual Holiday Boutique!

    Buy something for everyone at our Holiday Boutique!  Treat Yourself! 

    Enjoy the Pancake Breakfast!

  • Women of Barnert &

    Men's Club

    Chanukah Party

    Saturday, December 13 

    7:30 pm


  • Be Part of the Tradition!

    Our Preschool is celebrating its 26th year of shaping lives! Schedule a tour and come see what we are all about! Call (201) 848-1027 to schedule a tour or for more info.

  • Rabbi Frishman's Israel Blog

    Rabbi Frishman travelled to Israel as part of the Central Conference of American Rabbis Solidarity Mission.  Read her experiences in her blog


Live Streaming IconLive Streaming of Shabbat Services.

Traveling?  Not feeling well?  You can still join us for Shabbat worship wherever you are! Simply click here for live streaming of Friday-night services, or to watch a past service. If you would like a copy of our Prayer Book, the Mishkan T'filah, contact the Temple Office at (201) 848-1800.


Shabbat TableShabbat At Barnert:  The Perfect Formula for Weekly Rejuvenation!

Judaism gives you a weekly break from the chaos.  It's called Shabbat.  Join us on for Shabbat morning worship, too on Saturdays at 10 am (check calendar). Even when we are celebrating a Bar/Bat Mitzvah, please don’t feel that you’re intruding. We are extended family, and your presence adds support.

November 21 at 5:30 pm:  Tot Shabbat and Pizza Dinner.  All, including familes with children are welcome.

November 21 at 8 pm:  Shabbat Service followed by Oneg.

November 28:  Shabbat Inside Out

November 29 at 9:30 am:  Shabbat Inside Out: Shabbat Kabbalah, Torah Study

December 5:  Shabbat Service and Potluck Supper.  All, including families with children, are welcome.

December 12 at 8 pm:  Shabbat Service followed by Oneg.

December 19 at 5:30 pm:  Tot Shabbat.  All, including familes with children are welcome.

December 19 at 7:00 pm:  Chanukah in Shabbat Service.  

December 26:  Shabbat Inside Out

December 27 at 9:30 am:  Shabbat Inside Out: Torah Study, Shabbat Yoga




GlobeMitzvah Mall 2015 Planning In Progress:  Choosing Charities; Celebrating Victories; Contributing Time, Talent and Tzedakah

Mitzvah Mall 2015 planning is in full swing.  

Mitzvah Mall Tzedakah Collections Underway:

Find a can and make a donation.  Or just bring in an envelope marked “Mizvah Mall Tzedakah” to the Temple Office. 

They’ll know what to do… All tzedakah collected through the end of February will be distributed evenly amongst Mitzvah Mall charities.



CUMAC logoCUMAC WISH LIST 2014: Grant a Holiday Wish for a Child in Passaic County

Barnert Temple will once again participate in the CUMAC annual Wish List program to provide holiday gifts to children living in poverty in Passaic County. Many of the Wish List recipients are victims of abuse or neglect, have the added burden of residing in a homeless or battered women’s shelter, or are coping with chronic or terminal illness such as HIV/AIDS. These children are especially in need of a happy holiday season.  We have a list of children and gifts they would love to receive.  If you would like to participate by granting their wish and purchasing their gift, please contact Steve Kiel at (201) 797-7965 or smkiel@outlook.com.  All gifts must be delivered to the temple no later than November 14.


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Offer Your Time at Family Promise Center

We are looking for volunteers to covers shifts on December 14.  Your role is basically friendly visitor, providing company, playing with the children (who range in age from 3 to 16) and providing general oversight during the weekend shifts when the regular staff is not there.  Contact Donna Meyer to volunteer.


JFNNJ LogoHelp Your Local Community with JFNNJ

Through our Jewish Federation of Northern New Jersey, there are numerous throughout our area for you and your family. Please get involved and find out how great it feels to make a positive, active difference in our community. 


Bergen County VOAD LogoSandy Relief Efforts Still Need Your Help

There are many Bergen County residents still recovering from Hurricane Sandy. Bergen County VOAD (Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster) has many volunteer opportunities. Click here for details. Email Melissa Santiago if interested in helping.


Jewish Family Services LogoDeliver Kosher Meals to Seniors

Jewish Family Services of North Jersey needs volunteers to deliver kosher meals one-two days a week to homebound isolated seniors in Fair Lawn, Elmwood Park and Wayne. Pickup at the Fair Lawn office at 17-10 River Road. Please contact Melanie Lester at mlester@jfsnorthjersey.org or (973) 595-0111.

You Give Goods LogoFood Drive Continues.  Donate Online!

Hunger is chronic, and the need for food is constant.  Please donate today.  You can donate online or place food items in our Atrium.


Pink CoatCoats and Jackets Wanted  

We are still collecting for children and adults. Donations will be given to CUMAC (Center of United Methodist Aid to the Community) in Paterson.   


Travel ToiletriesNew Toiletries, Cosmetic Bags, and Toiletry Bags for Center for Hope and Safety (formerly Shelter Our Sisters)

New Toiletries are needed for Center for Hope and Safety (formerly Shelter our Sisters), New Jersey's leading full-service 501(c)3 agency for victims of domestic violence.  Those small bottles of shampoo, conditioner, body and hand lotion and bars of soap from hotels are great!  New cosmetic or toiletry bags are needed as well.  Bring donations to the Barnert Temple Atrium.


Shabbat Inside Out: A Family and Community Celebration of Shabbat!

Shabbat Inside Out is an exciting opportunity to experience Shabbat joyfully and refreshingly, with old friends and new.  On the fourth Friday of the month beginning in October, we will shift from Temple-centered Shabbat worship to an off-site, socially oriented Shabbat observance, with dinner and dessert, ritual blessings, and the potentail for study.  We will encourage Shabbat dinner and/or dessert, family or communal, off-site either in host congregants' homes or in local restuarant venues.  Barnert Temple leaders will facilitate Shabbat dinner invitations as requested. 

Then on the Saturday of that weekend, we are offering a variety of Shabbat morning opportunities, running parallel to one antoher.  Adult sessions  include: Torah Study, Shabbat Yoga.  When there is not a Bar/Bat Mitzvah, we will offer Shabbat Kabbalah as well.  Youth sessions are run by Rabbi Steiner and Sara Losch.  We will join together at the end of our sessions for a communal Kiddush

This new model, with both Friday night and Saturday morning, offers us opportunities to more fully embrace, engage and enjoy Shabbat! 

Our next Shabbat Inside Out will be November 28 and 29.  Click here to view a conversation between Rabbi Frishman and Rabbi Steiner.

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Join Barnert's Facebook Group

Connect with other Barnert members and stay abreast of the latest and greatest news. To join, E-mail Susan Wild.



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Relive the Joy of Barnert's Big Event

Barnert Temple's Big Event was a smashing success that created lasting memories for those honored as well as those who participated in the celebration.  You can now view the photos, videos and Virtual Yearbook from The Big Event!  You can also purchase photos online from the event from Melissa Griegel Photography.  Enjoy reliving the fun of this very special evening and see the many families and organizations who supported the event in our Virtual Yearbook.


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View the moving and inspirational video shown at Barnert Temple's Milestone Gala on May 16, 2013.  This special video was created by Adam Freelander, videographer and son of Rabbi Frishman.  It will leave you feeling both proud, blessed and inspired! Click on MORE to view the video. 


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Do you want to know what people are thinking? Do you have something you want to contribute to the conversation? Visit our BT blog and see what people are talking about!

Learning Together

Book and GlassesAdult Learning.  Every Week, Any Week.

A variety of adult learning opportunities exist every week at Barnert.  Learn something new, discuss the tough questions, leran what Jewish text has to say on a variety of issues we face everyday.  You are welcome to join at any time.  Visit Learning Together/Adult Education for more information.  Check calendar for exact dates and times.  

Torah Study - Certain Saturdays, 9:30 am:  An in depth and engaging discussion of the Torah and our lives.

Talmud Study - Certain Thursdays, 7:30 pm:  Enter the historic conversation and discover your own Jewish soul.

Women's Rosh Chodesh Group - Monthly:  Celebrate and learn together as we share the joy, wisdom and camaradarie of women.

Israeli Film Series - Certain Sundays:  Learn and explore aspects of Israeli daily life through film.


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Barnert Preschool Celebrates the Beginning of It's 26th Year!

It's our 26th year of shaping young lives and impacting families!  This year we get to celebrate our top-notch preschool and kindergarten programs, for children ages 15 months to 6 years.  To schedule a tour or request more info, contact the Preschool office at (201) 848-1027.  (Check out our recent article in MyBergen.com!)


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