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

Thursday, 7:25 am
Minyan

Friday, 8:00 pm
Shabbat Evening Services

Saturday, 9:30 am
Shabbat Morning Services

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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.

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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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BAS Rabbi's Message

Rabbi's Message Archive

November, 2015

You may have heard by now that this year will be my last serving as rabbi of Bnai Abraham Synagogue. Although Dena and I believe that this is the right decision for our family, it is one that has been bitter sweet for us. We are so grateful for the warm community we’ve found in Easton, and for the deep and meaningful friendships which have nurtured us over the past five years.

I’m especially grateful for the opportunities to learn and grow that Bnai Abraham has provided me. I began my tenure here having never served another pulpit; this community helped me to forge my identity as rabbi. It allowed me the opportunity to learn from my failures, and to become a more confident and resilient spiritual leader.

It has been my honor to be invited into the most meaningful moments of your life. You have trusted me to be a presence at moments of profound joy and deep sadness; I hope that I have been able to make meaningful contributions to those moments. I know that there have been times when I have faltered; I am equally grateful for the gift of your patience.

My tenure at Bnai Abraham is scheduled to conclude at the end of July. Until that time, I hope to continue to contribute to the growth and sustainability of this community to the best of my abilities. I look forward to continuing in my roles as teacher, preacher, and pastoral presence during this time. Please know that vibrant Jewish life in Easton remains my top priority, and if there are ways in which you believe I may perform better in this task, please let me know.

I’m quite sure that Easton will remain a place of great significance for Dena, Miri, and me. It is the community that welcomed us from New York, and where our daughter was born and was welcomed into the covenant of the Jewish people. In a short time, we look forward to celebrating our son’s bris in our sanctuary. We’ve shared so many special moments with this community; I am confident that the bonds of friendship we’ve formed here will long endure.

Thank you so much for all that you have given us.

Sincerely,

Rabbi Stein