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Welcome to Beth Chaverim:                Our 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.


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 relaxed, welcoming Erev Shabbat service, a Tot Shabbat, or our special Jammin’ Shabbat service.  Join an adult learning class and bring 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 freedom at our community Passover Seder.  Find your place in our community.

There is a place for you at Beth Chaverim.

BCRC Shabbat Has Gone Remote

Our online High Holy Days were a great success! This fall, we continue to celebrate Shabbat online every week. Login information will be sent to all members EACH FRIDAY before the services begin - watch for it in your in box. Non-members are welcome to celebrate with us! Contact our office at and you can receive the information as well. And for those of you who have had enough of Zoom, watch for in-person socially distanced services such as our recent outdoor 'Shabbat in the Sukkah'. We will be announcing more as we move forward. 

Adult Beginning Hebrew Returns!

Thursdays, 7:30-8:30 pm
April 22, 29, May 6, 13, 27, June 3 (No class May 20)

Must be able to decode Hebrew words. We will be studying the Shabbat morning liturgy found in our siddur, Mishkan T'filah.

If interested, contact Rabbi Amy (

Mon, May 10 2021 28 Iyar 5781