We are a progressive, welcoming Reform Jewish community.

We connect deeply with Jewish tradition by engaging in worship, celebrating holidays and lifecycle events, pursuing education at all stages of life, and building a holy, caring community. Our Jewish values inform how we live outside the walls of our congregation: we are committed to making the world a more just place (tikkun olam), fostering connections to the state of Israel and Jewish summer camp, and more. We work together to form lasting relationships. We look to our sacred texts for wisdom and guidance to remind us who we are and who we aspire to be.

Congregation Beth Israel welcomes individuals from diverse backgrounds. Our congregation includes children, parents, grandparents, and friends – families who have been here more than seven generations and recent college graduates. We embrace interfaith families, Jews of choice, Jews of color, and Jews with fluid gender identity. We provide a home for teens, empty-nesters, and seniors: a sanctuary for individuals struggling economically, physically, emotionally, and spirituality.

Join us for a Shabbat Service, attend an upcoming program, or contact us to learn more. We look forward to meeting you soon!

In Our Own Words

Members of our community share what Congregation Beth Israel means to them. 

“To me and my family – an interfaith family – Congregation Beth Israel has been incredibly inclusive.”

– Andy, Trustee and Religious School Parent

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“It’s really nice to come here and see people I know and people I can talk to. I don’t know anywhere else I’d feel more comfortable celebrating my Judaism.”

– Samantha (left), CBI Teen

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“We’re an interfaith family, and we found from the start we were really welcome here and there were a lot of other families in the same situation.”

– Seth, Trustee and Religious School Parent

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“We have discussion groups, lunch, and programs for seniors. We feel like we’re a very important part of Congregation Beth Israel.”

– Jan, Co-Chair of S.A.G.E. (Seniors for Arts, Growth, and Education)

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