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  • We Are...A House of Community.
  • We Are...A House of Study.
  • We Are...A House of Social Justice.
  • We Are...A House of Worship.
  • We Are...A House of Friends.

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

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Beth Chaverim means “House of Friends” in Hebrew.  That is what you will find at Beth Chaverim Reform Congregation.  We are a welcoming community, connecting with one another and centuries of Jewish tradition.  We are filled 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 – we’re a family, a community and friends.

Look around our website and see what we have to offer. Then join us for a toddler playgroup, an uplifting Jammin’ Shabbat service, or an adult learning class. Come sing with us under the sukkah, or munch your way through a chocolate Passover seder.  Find your place in our community.

There is a place for you at Beth Chaverim.

 


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Have a lot of questions about how to live your Jewish life in your every day reality? Reform Judaism can help you seek answers.

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This Week at Beth Chaverim

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Aug.01.2014 4:00pm - 7:00pm
Family Rental

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7:00pm Aug.01.2014 - 8:00pm Aug.01.2014
Birthday/Anniversary Erev Shabbat/Tisha B'Av Service

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Aug.02.2014 10:00am - 12:00pm
Morning Shabbat Service and Owen Welz Bar Mitzvah

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7:00pm Aug.04.2014 - 12:00am Aug.05.2014
Erev Tishah B'av

Upcoming Events

Religious School Registration is Now ONLINE!

Religious School registrations have gone online!

Click Here to Register!

Please help us  to plan our 2014-2015 year for how many teachers, supplies and books we will need by registering your children early!

(No student will be allowed in the classroom on the first day of school without having registered.)