Welcome to Beth Israel Congregation. A place for you, a place for your family. A place to increase your Jewish knowledge, to grow spiritually, and nourish your Jewish soul. A place for children preschool through college-age to flourish and to grow into vital Jewish adults. A place for parents and other family members to share Jewish holiday and life-cycle events. A place for all to grow, learn and explore. Be a part of a of a dynamic community.

Beth Israel is a place to come home to, again and again. 

Beth Israel News & Events

RECENT NEWS & Upcoming Events

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Pesach

Baby Moses
Saturday, April 19
Shabbat Chol Hamoed Pesach: 9:15 am
(Dalet, Hay & Vav classes lead us in Hallel)
Junior Congregation: 10:30 am
Tot Chag: 11:00 am
Mincha/Maariv/Havdallah: 7:40 pm

Pesach

burning bush
The Concluding Days:
Sunday, April 20
Erev 7th Day of Pesach 6:00 pm
Candlelighting - 7:31 pm

Pesach

Moses parts the Red Sea
Monday, April 21
Pesach Morning - 7th Day 9:15 am
Pesach Mincha/Maariv 6:00 pm
Candlelighting 8:32 pm

Pesach

Moses crosses the Red Sea
Tuesday, April 22
Pesach Morning - 8th Day: 9:15 am
Yizkor recited: (approximately) 11:00 am
Pesach Mincha/Maariv: 5:40 pm
(Pesach ends at 8:20 pm)

Speaker: "Jews in the Civil War"

Jews in the Civil War
Sunday, April 27 at 4:00 pm
Marvin Pinkert, Executive Director of the Jewish Museum of Maryland, will share surprising connections between our times and the seemingly distant past.

Recent News

Preschool Parts the Red Sea - Watch here!

Preschool in the Red Sea

Beth Israel Preschool friends crossed the Red Sea just like Moses. We listened to the story of Passover and even sang along. Click the following link to watch!  http://youtu.be/klZ5b5IHy5c

 

 

Passover Begins April 14, 2014 at Sundown

passover 
 
Download the 5774 Guide to Passover here: rabbinicalassembly.org/pesah-guide
 
 
 
 

Brotherhood: Yellow Candles for Yom Hashoah Observances.

yellow candleThe Brotherhood is distributing yellow candles at the Monday morning (7AM) minyan April 14th, Service of the First Born and after services on the last day of Pesach, April 22nd. This year, Yom HaShoah will be observed (light candles) Sunday evening and Monday, April 27th and 28th.