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Welcome to Beth Hatikvah. Beth Hatikvah means House of Hope. We’re glad you found us.

We are a Reform Jewish house of prayer, with participatory, engaging services for Shabbat and holidays.  

We are a house of welcome for all kinds of Jews. For Jews by Choice and Jews by Birth. For LGBTQIA Jews. For Jews of Color. For all kinds of Jewish families and for individuals. For Jews who are searching for deep engagement and for Jews who have been away for a while.

We are a house of study, of seeking and questioning, at all ages and all stages. We learn from each other and honor all our voices. Our children learn here in our house, and in the wider world. Adults do too. We are never finished learning.

We are a house of justice, meeting Jews of all abilities where they are at. We prioritize access to Judaism for all. We strive to make the world a better place.

We are a house of wholeness, and we value people over money. Members who are able to do so contribute more, so that we never turn away a Jew who cannot afford membership. Members who volunteer time are of equal importance to our community.

We are a house of rejoicing, celebrating Shabbat, holidays, and lifecycle events with our entire community.

We are a house of compassion, making sure that all of our members are supported and connected with resources through the challenges and sorrows of life.

More than anything, we are a house of hope. We are here to elevate the souls of our community, to connect to the rhythms of Jewish time, and to delight in the presence of the Divine.

Welcome to Beth Hatikvah, our house of hope. We invite you to make it your house too.

Box with yellow background and dark blue text. On the left is a panel of three photos. The first photo is two parents with their child, playing on a bed. The second is a dinosaur with a birthday hat on. The third is a photo of challah with two Shabbat candles lit. The text on the right side reads: Family Shabbat: We've moved our regular Friday night Shabbat service to 7:30 PM so that families can join us for a service before the service. Emily will be leading families in a song, prayer and a bisl of Torah. This is perfect for those who are in jammies already. Join us on Zoom! September 17, 2021.
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Lulav and etrog in background. Text in the middle reads: Sukkot: September 20-27th. Friday, September 24th at 6:30 PM, Community Sukkot and Shabbat celebration (Zoom and in Beth Hatikvah parking lot), Sunday, September 24th Hebrew school kickoff (on Zoom)
Upcoming Events
  1. 24 Sep
  2. 26 Sep

    Sukkot/Hebrew school kickoff

    11:00 am - 12:30 pm
  3. 29 Sep

    Simchat Torah

    6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
  4. 01 Oct

    Family Shabbat

    7:00 pm - 7:25 pm
  5. 09 Oct

    Shabbat Torah Service - Hybrid

    10:00 am - 12:30 pm
  6. 15 Oct

    Family Shabbat

    7:00 pm - 7:25 pm
  7. 15 Oct

    Kabbalat Shabbat

    7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
  8. 22 Oct

    Family Shabbat

    7:00 pm - 7:25 pm

Did you know you can shop on Amazon and support Beth Hatikvah at the same time? 

Here’s a video where you can learn more!

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You can now pay by zelle!  Check your online banking system for availability.  

Please send payments to cbhtreasurer@beth-hatikvah.org