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JB Greenfield Chapel

The J.B. Greenfield Chapel provides a warm and welcoming community for daily, Shabbat and festival prayers. Services in the Chapel are traditional with mixed seating. The Chapel offers a minyan led by our members every morning and evening, 365 days a year. Click here to view the complete Chapel Schedule

Live Streaming at Congregation Beth Yeshurun is generously underwritten by
the Kulanu B'Yachad Streaming Technology Fund

As of Friday, September 21st, the daily chapel services in the J.B. Greenfield Chapel will no longer be streamed live. You are invited and encouraged to join us in person. Shabbat and Holiday services will continue to be streamed.

"I have encouraged our beloved Greenfield Chapel to stop streaming daily services.  Please know that the Conservative Movement only allowed the fulfillment of saying kaddish through streaming during the emergency stage of the COVID-19 pandemic. The saying of the Mourners Kaddish is a deeply meaningful tradition within our Jewish community, providing comfort and solace to those who have lost dear ones. It is a mitzvah, a sacred obligation, and a vital part of the grieving process. In these times of increasing individualization and remote connection, it's easy to think we can fulfill this obligation from the comfort of our homes. However, it's important to remember that to fulfill this mitzvah, we must gather as a Minyan, a quorum of ten Jewish adults. I want to emphasize that the essence of Minyan, the communal aspect of our faith, remains irreplaceable." - Rabbi Brian Strauss


Thu, May 23 2024 15 Iyyar 5784