1545 Bushkill Street
Easton, PA 18042
Phone: (610) 258-5343
Fax: (610) 330-9100
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Service Schedule

Saturday, 10:00 A.M.
Shabbat Morning Services

Kindly led by Interim Rabbi Melody Davis from Temple Covenant of Peace in Easton, PA


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Your contribution helps support a wide range of BAS programs and activities that strengthen both our congregation and the larger community.
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Bnai Abraham

Jewish WeddingFrom weddings and Bar/Bat Mitzvahs to business functions and lectures, our facility is a great setting and location for your special occasion.
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BAS Office Hours

Synagogue office is closed on Mondays and Fridays. Hours open: Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm.

Bulletin Distribution

We are going green and encourage bulletin distribution through email. We will also communicate emergencies and special events through email. If you have not sent your email address to Bnai Abraham office staff, please submit it now.

If you would like family members or others to receive a copy of the bulletin, please send name, address, and $15 payment to Elaine at Bnai Abraham.

Religious School

BAS Religious School welcomes all children ages 1-8th grade to enrolll in 2009-2010 program. Everyone is welcome.
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Life Events - Conversion


We are so excited that you want to learn more about Judaism. Our conversion process at Bnai Abraham reflects a traditional Jewish approach to conversion, with a focus on learning and observance.

Individuals and families will meet with Rabbi Stein to discuss an individualized course of study that will include both study sessions with the rabbi and classes within the larger Lehigh Valley Jewish Community.

Participants will be encouraged to incorporate Jewish ritual and observance into their daily lives, along with regular attendance at Bnai Abraham’s religious services. The length of the process varies depending on individual needs, but usually requires at least a year. The process can be time consuming and emotionally demanding, but it is our hope that it is also an opportunity for deep reflection and spiritual growth.

At the end of the course of study, the potential convert has the opportunity to process the experience through meeting with a beit din (rabbinical court).

The final step comes when the new member of the Jewish people immerse him or herself in a mikvah (ritual bath) symbolizing the spiritual transformation.

If you are interested in learning more about converting to Judaism, please contact Rabbi Stein.

If you are looking to learn more about Judaism, Rabbi Stein recommends the Schocken Guide to Jewish Books. It is currently out of print, but used copies are available at a reasonable price at this literature link at Amazon.com.

To learn more about conversion ceremonies, please see Ritualwell.org.

Finally, a great information about Mikvaot (ritual baths) can be found at the website of the Mayyim Hayyim Mikvah outside of Boston.