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Your home for liberal, egalitarian Conservative Judaism

We are a multifaceted, thriving congregation in the heart of Brownstone Brooklyn, under the leadership of Rabbi Carie Carter. We warmly encourage families and individuals of all ages, gender identities, races, abilities, cultural backgrounds, and interfaith couples to join us in finding opportunities to embrace Jewish life through multiple avenues, including spiritual, ritual, learning, lifecycle milestones, social events, and social justice work.

Coming Soon
MLK Day Knitting
MLK Day of Service soup kit assembly
Abraham's Tent—A Journey to Israel, the Palestinian Authority and Dubai
Humans of Israel photographer Erez Kaganovitz
February 3rd Lev Tahor Kabbalat Shabbat with Professor Mary Balkun
Purim 2022
Packing Food

MLK Day of Service

Sunday, January 15th

11:00 am - 1:00 pm

After adjusting to home-based projects for 2 years, we are thrilled to bring back the tradition of an all-out PSJC MLK Day of Service.

We will have options for people of all ages/interests. Please put the date in your calendar and join us at PSJC the Sunday of MLK Weekend!

If you can help us set up, clean up, or shlep after the event

click here to signup to volunteer


PAI 5th Annual Winter Walk

Sunday, January 29 at 11:00 AM.

Join PAI members for the 5th Annual Walk! The Walk will start at Brooklyn Bridge Park. Meet at the corner of Jay Street and York Street.


Humans of Israel with Erez Kaganovitz

Wednesday, January 11, 18, and 25; at 7:00 PM on Zoom.

Erez Kaganovitz is an Israeli photographer that is using his pictures to highlight Israeli Human Stories. We will enjoy 3 sessions with Erez, each one detected to a different perspective of Israeli communities.

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