Beth Chaverim Reform Congregation

We are Building a House of Friends, One Family at a Time, By Creating a Welcoming Jewish Home for a Diverse Community.

Beth Chaverimmeans House of Friends in Hebrew. That is what you will find at Beth Chaverim Reform Congregation. We are awelcoming community, connecting with one another and centuries of Jewish tradition. We arefilled with energy, warmth and spiritual meaning. We celebrate our diversity we are young families, seniors, singles, teens, empty nesters, interfaith families, same sex couples, Jews by birth and Jews by choice.

We are more than a congregation were a family, a community and friends.

Look around our website and see what we have to offer. Then join us for a relaxed, welcoming Erev Shabbat service, aTot Shabbat, or our specialJammin Shabbat service. Join an adult learning class andbring your elementary school age children to our junior youth group events.Come light the Chanukah menorah at our Chanukah service, munch on hamentashen at our Purim shpiel,and celebrate freedomat our communityPassover Seder. Find your place in our community.

There is a place for you at Beth Chaverim.

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