We know that people look for different things when they are seeking a temple to join. We encourage you to come and visit Temple Beth Israel—first through our website and then in person.
As you click through our website you will see a vibrant community. To us, this is not just a tagline. We measure every aspect of our congregational life through building a diverse and intergenerational community and providing educational, communal, worship and social justice experiences that are fresh and powerfully engage our members. We proudly offer a broad range of programs for all ages, including various worship opportunities. Both our formal and informal study leads to social action in a community committed to improving our lives inside the building and the world outside of our building.
As you visit our congregation you will find a warm membership that is proud of our legacy and energized by our activities. We enjoy being together and are committed to personal growth through worship, study, social justice, social activities and personal interaction with temple friends. We also believe in an inclusive community—we welcome young married couples, interfaith families, LGBT families, and more! We enjoy being with each other and always support each other in times of need.
We would love for you to meet our Rabbi, Rachel Kaplan Marks, or our Rabbi Emeritus, Michael Weinberg, and the rest of our professional staff. They are welcoming, positive, and wholeheartedly committed to the congregation. A few minutes with Rabbi Marks, our Director of Congregational Learning Lori Sagarin or Music Director Marla Bentley will certainly convince you that Temple Beth Israel is your new second home!
Please share your contact info below and one of our officers will give you a call to come and meet us.