Beis HaKnesses of North Woodmere

Beis HaKnesses of North Woodmere

We are pleased to introduce you to the latest effort in the continued growth of BKNW - our new website, powered by ShulCloud. Over the last 12 years, under the leadership of Rabbi Lebowitz, we have grown from 13 families to almost 150, including over 300 children. As a larger organization with many different parts, the new site will allow the shul and its members to engage with each other more efficiently. 

This year, thanks to the tireless efforts of many of our member volunteers, we have introduced a full winter learning schedule including a number of world-class scholars in residence and guest shiurim, exciting and innovative programs for our youth under the leadership of Rabbi Nissan Goldberg, and other exciting community events. We hope that a centralized platform will allow us to continue to grow spiritually and in numbers.  

With this website, we can improve communication with the membership and the community, simplify the process of joining our shul as a full or associate member, and share shul and community information. As we work towards the commencement of a significant feature of our growth, a new building, we hope the website will help to keep everyone informed about the project and allow for a simpler method in which to make the building a reality, by having easy access to member accounts and simplifying the dedication and donation process.

If you have any questions or suggestions about the site, please contact Jeremy Apfel and Rabbi Natan Farber at admin@bknw.org. For billing and account questions, please contact Adina Herskowitz at accounting@bknw.org.

Winter Schedule Program Guide

It is with a great sense of excitement that the Beis Haknesses of North Woodmere presents our programming guide for the winter of 5777. Our shul was founded on the principle that Avodas Hashem is the focal point of our lives, and it is most effectively expressed and experienced through Tefilah and Talmud Torah. The events highlighted in this booklet are designed to inspire us toward greater commitment to Hashem and His Torah. Our entire shul is indebted to the Torah Committee led by Shamshi Szlafrok, for their hard work in conceiving of and planning these incredible programs. A special thank you to Rabbi Natan Farber for his creative genius and hours of work in preparing this booklet. As for the rest of us, let us participate to the best of our ability, both by attending as many of the programs as we possibly can, and considering a sponsorship of a shiur or program. May the Tefilah and Torah in our shul keep you warm through the cold winter months!

Fri, 24 March 2017 26 Adar 5777