Services at B’nai Abraham are designed to make everyone feel welcome and at home.
The prayers, conducted with Hebrew/English prayer-books, are lively, engaging and inclusive – spiced with inspiring tunes and insightful explanations throughout – allowing all to absorb the experience at their own level. Whether you consider yourself Reform or Conservative, Orthodox or unaffiliated, Sefardi or Ashkenazi, well-versed or unversed; at B’nai Abraham, the labels and classifications fall away – as all stand equally beloved before G-d. Rabbi Goldman’s sermons likewise speak to all participants, and are always topical, relevant, stimulating and enlightening.

Celebrate Shavuot – All Night at Sinai

Sleepless in Society Hill
Tuesday evening, May 30 at 11:00pm

Join us for our annual late night study session, Tikkun Leil Shavuot starting at 11:00pm until dawn or as long as you last! Cake and Coffee will be served.

Opening Session from 11pm-1am: A Whale of a Tale: “Talmudic Tales with Life Lessons from Gargantuan Waves, Fish and Corpses.” Find out why intelligent human beings succumb to impulsive self-destructive behavior and what we can do about it.

Hear the 10 Commandments!
Wednesday, May 31 at 10:30am

Join us as we gather together as one, to re-experience receiving the Gift of the Torah.
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Be present at the LIVE Torah Reading of The Ten Commandments, followed by a dairy buffet luncheon at 12:30pm (Best Cheesecake in Philly!).

A simultaneous special childen’s program and “ice-cream party” will begin at 10:30am. The children will be invited to join us on the Bimah for the actual reading of the 10 commandments, followed by story time and games.

Yizkor Memorial Service will take place
Thursday, June 1, approximately 11:00am