If you would like to attend our in-person services as a guest, please send a message to email@example.com. Please be prepared to show an ID at the door.
Shabbat morning services are held at 10:00am most Saturdays throughout the year. Please check the Calendar page or Shofar page for the in-person schedule.
The liturgy is usually from a Reform siddur. Services are led by a rotating set of BJCC members.
All visitors are heartily welcome to come and daven with us, and share in our discussion of the week’s Torah portion. We hold a potluck luncheon after the Shabbat morning service one Saturday per month. Visitors are welcome to attend services and stay for lunch, or just bring a dish and join us for lunch at about 11:30am. The BJCC has a dairy kitchen, so potlucks are vegetarian with the addition of kosher types of fish (no shellfish or catfish, etc.).
Contact the BJCC’s Religion Chair (listed on the last page of our Shofar newsletter) for more information about our services. Check the Calendar page or the Shofar page on this site for the current month’s schedule.
We provide full High Holiday services each year on Erev Rosh Hashanah, first day of Rosh Hashanah, Kol Nidre (Erev Yom Kippur), Yom Kippur morning, and Neilah (the closing service).
Detailed information about High Holiday services is announced in the September Shofar.
Guests do not need a ticket to attend our High Holiday Services, but need to contact the BJCC before attending. To support these services, you can mail a check (memo “HHD services”) to BJCC Treasurer, PO Box 782, Blacksburg, VA 24063, or use the DONATE button below.
The BJCC holds special services throughout the year. All are welcome to attend, although some of the services are geared toward specific audiences. For example, the Religious School organizes Saturday morning Shabbat services twice a year. The children in the Religious School lead these services.