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Services at Beth Jacob

Alameda County recently lifted its local masking Health Officer Order and re-aligned with the State's Face Masking Guidance. In keeping with those local and state guidelines, Beth Jacob will no longer require masks indoors. The Reopening Committee notes that COVID is still circulating at high levels in our communities and everyone should exercise caution. The Committee strongly recommends wearing a mask in indoor public settings, including the Beth Jacob Sanctuary and Upstairs Social Hall, to protect the wearer and those around them from infection and long COVID.


Weekday Minyan Times

6:45 AM | Tuesday-Friday
8:00 AM | Sunday and Monday for Independence Day

6:45 PM | Tuesday-Thursday Mincha/Maariv


Thanks to everyone who underwrote, donated to, volunteered at, attended, and bid at the Beth Jacob “Family Reunion,” the evening was a huge success! We had fun, raised funds (about $90,000!), celebrated community, and populated our social calendars. Please click HERE for a list of our generous underwriters and fabulous “doers,” and please click HERE if you’d still like an opportunity to bid on events.

Save the date

July 9th- Shabbat with Rabbi Judah Dardik

Tuesdays after Maariv (7:15 PM) on July 19th, July 26th,and August 2nd: "Eicha: Lamenting an Underappreciated Book" with Rav Shua

Lunchtime Talmud with Rabbi Albert 

On hiatus for the summer.


Erev Shabbat Drasha  with Rabbi Albert: "Korach, Hillel, Shammai, and the Debates in Halacha"

Join us Thursday, June 30th (tonight!), at 8:00 PM for an Erev Shabbat Drasha with Rabbi Albert on Parshat Korach. Click here to join. See you there!

Catch up on previous Drashot.

BJC Office

The Beth Jacob Office is now open
8:00AM-4:00PM Monday-Thursday
8:00AM-3:00 PM, Friday


Brian Fox - Executive Director , 510.866.2547
Channah Klapper - Communication Associate
Jen Salvago-Keyes - Events Manager
Adira Aufhauser - Accounting Manager, 510.507.9228
Austin Blair - Facilities Manager


Fri, July 1 2022 2 Tammuz 5782