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Yom Shlishi, 2 Adar 5777

By being a member of a congregation, you contribute to the backbone of Judaism throughout the world.

  • You help maintain Jewish community life and traditions.  It's through synagogues that the traditions are kept alive.
  • You help maintain Jewish learning.   
  • You help support the good works done by this congregation.

By being a member of Congregation Berith Sholom, you enjoy all of these tangible and intangible benefits:

  • Enrolling your children in Religious School and providing them with a Jewish peer group
  • Children celebraging Bar/Bat Mitzvah in a meaningful way
  • Children serving as madrichim, giving them post-Religious School education and ongoing Jewish peer group
  • Studying for and celebrating Confirmation
  • Discounted rate to send your children to Reform summer camp
  • Priority acceptance on Reform Birthright trips with a recommendation from your rabbi
  • Use of the premises at lower or no cost for celebrating simchas or personal events
  • Adult B'nei Mitzvah
  • Reduced charge for adult study classes
  • The opportunity to get involved in synagogue governance
  • Hospital and home visits from your rabbi and the Lev B' Lev caring community
  • No charge for having a rabbi at your life cycle events, including namings, bris, B'nei Mitzvah, weddings, renewal of vows, funerals
  • Recommendations from your rabbi for Jewish or other programs,including arranging ORthodox verification of your Jewish status for making aliyah
  • Community connections that form over time and support you and your family in good times and bad
  • We say Kaddish for your parents for the year after their death, whether or not you are in attendance at services