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BSBI Summer Kollel


TISHA B’AV 5774


A Midsummer Cookout

    Midsummer Cookout Tickets 1 Ticket $5.00 USD 2 Tickets $10.00 USD 3 Tickets $15.00 USD Family Cap $18.00 USD


Mincha/Maariv Boot Camp

To RSVP email rabbidavis@bsbisynagogue.com or call 843.577.6599


Stanley Feldman Day at the Joe

Come out out to the ball game, it’s going to be Stanley Feldman Day at the Joe Thursday, June 26th, 7:05pm vs Savannah In accordance with a ruling from the  Circuit Court of the Ninth Judicial Circuit, State of South Carolina, Thursday, at the Riverdogs, will be “Stanley Feldman Day” Join US!!!!


Shavuot Retreat 5774 Details & Menus

Shavuot this year starts on Tuesday, June 3rd and concludes on Thursday, June 5th. This year, as last, we will be joined by many visitors from other communities, attracted by all that BSBI and Charleston have to offer. There will be 5 catered meals during the yom tov. Three dinners and two lunches. Each meal is priced at $24/person with a $75/family cap per
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Scholar in Residence: Rabbi Hanoch Teller

   


Passover Schedule 5774/2014

Please click here to download the Chametz Form. Shabbat, April 12 (Shabbat haGadol) Shacharit                                 9:00 am Mincha/Ma’ariv                       7:00 pm Havdalah                                 8:25 pm Sunday, April 13 Shacharit                                  8:00 am Mincha/Ma’ariv              
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Pre Passover Scholar in Residence: Hesh Epstein

Click Here to Purchase Tickets for Friday Night Dinner with Rabbi Hesh Epstein. $15 per person with a $60 family cap.


Purim at BSBI

Dear Friends,   When the Temple stood in Jerusalem, it was a unifying force for all Jews.  Sadly, when the Temple was destroyed, the Jewish people in exile were not only physically dispersed but were also alienated from each other.  Thus we find in the beginning of Megilat Esther the Jewish people described as “mefuzar ve’mefurad,” scattered and dispersed. This is not a compliment,
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