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Welcome to Congregation Beth Israel

We like to say that Beth Israel feels like family. And we mean it. This is a religious community that cares. We come from different backgrounds, levels of religious observance, and walks of life, but we're bound together by a shared commitment to each other and to Judaism, balancing respect for tradition with thoughtful innovation. Please take a look around our website to learn more . . .

Staying Connected While We’re Apart

As we all do our part to stay safe and protect one another during the COVID-19 pandemic, our building is closed, but our synagogue is open! Our worship services, educational programs and other activities take place primarily online. We are physically separated but remain a caring, connected, sacred community. Click here for more details about how Beth Israel is operating during the pandemic.  BI Re-Opening Information

5781 High Holy Days at Beth Israel

While we can not all be together this year in person, our Beth Israel family will join together virtually for the High Holy Days via live streamed services. A limited number of seats, socially distanced, will be available in the sanctuary for members via pre-registration. For those who prefer not to use a computer on the holidays, services have been pre-recorded to watch at a time of your choosing.
High Holy Days Service Access Information

The following High Holy Day Services are open to the public via Beth Israel’s Live Stream. You may access the service by clicking on the Live Stream player, below.

Erev Yom Kippur Kol Nidre Service
Sunday, September 27:  6:15 pm
 
Yom Kippur Shacharit Service, Ne'ilah Service and Tekiah Gedolah
Monday, September 28:  Shacharit 9:30 am to Noon
Ne'ilah: 6:15 pm and Tekiah Gedolah followed by Havdalah: 7:15 pm
 

Beth Israel Live Stream

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