Founded in 1900, Beth Israel today includes about 160 families and individuals who have found a warm Jewish connection with this Conservative congregation. We are affiliated with the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism and subscribe to traditional worship services with men and women sharing full liturgical equality.
We adhere to traditional practices and, accordingly, we maintain a well-stocked Kosher kitchen that not only sustains us, but keeps us spiritually and socially connected.
Our membership reflects the range of contemporary Jewish experience in that some of us have come to Beth Israel as Jews raised within Reform, Conservative or Orthodox traditions and some of us have come from backgrounds without any Jewish upbringing at all. All of us have found a home in this small but vibrant congregation.