Congregation B'nai Jacob of Park Slope


Congregation B'nai Jacob is an Orthodox synagogue that is deeply committed to the religious, spiritual, social, and educational needs of its community. The synagogue believes in promoting the importance of Torah values within a modern, 21st Century context. To this end, CBJ stresses the importance of ahavas yisroel – love of one's fellow Jew – in part by providing extensive outreach programs within and beyond the greater Brownstone Brooklyn community. Most importantly, CBJ seeks to provide a meaningful and dynamic environment for all Jewish men, women, and children regardless of affiliation. Join Today!

401 9th Street
Brooklyn, New York 11215
(718) 832-1266

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Upcoming Events 

Our Mission

Whether its an adult education class (check our schedule below) or an upcoming holiday program, we'd love to see you there with your family and friends! Check back for upcoming events and classes.

Congregation B'nai Jacob is proud of its significant role in our diverse Park Slope community.  The synagogue's distinct presence and involvement in neighborhood matters has served to enlighten and inform Jews and non-Jews alike of the importance and vibrancy of Orthodox Judaism in the modern, urban world. 
Join us on Shabbat for a user-friendly traditional prayer services and a spiritually inspiring experience! Soulful prayer, spirited song, interactive and thought provoking Torah discussions followed by a delicious Kiddush luncheon. 


Rabbi Shimon Hecht 

Aside from serving as the spiritual leader at CBJ, Rabbi Shimon serves as the chaplain of Methodist Hospital, started Chabad of Park Slope, is a board member of National Committee for the Furtherance of Jewish Education, and co-directs the Rabbinical Committee of Brownstone Brooklyn.
  • RAMBAM: Weekdays, 8:15-9:00am
  • 1-ON-1 TORAH STUDY: Mondays, 8:00-9:00pm
  • Parsha Class with the Rabbi: Wednesdays,       8:00-9:00pm
  • LIKUTEI TORAH: Shabbat, 8:30-9:30am

Adult Education CLASSES

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Shabbat Parshat Bo

Friday, January 23rd, 2015

3rd of Shevat, 5775