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    Congregation Beth Elohim
    Congregation Beth Elohim
    Street:
    274 Garfield Place
    City:
    Brooklyn
    State:
    NY
    Zip Code:
    11215
    Phone:
    (718) 768-3814
    Neighborhood:
    Park Slope
    Description:
    Missions and Goals    

    Congregation Beth Elohim is a community of Jews and their families committed to ensuring the continuity of Judaism. Together, our members engage in a wide range of religious, educational, cultural, and social activities. We worship, celebrate, and study Torah, following the philopsohy and generally accepted rituals of Reform Judaism. We create opportunities to practice the values of Tzedakah and Tikkun Olam (righteous giving and the pursuit of social Justice). We seek to pass these values and traditions down to our children and to future generations. Our members reach out to all who accept the values and traditions of Judaism, to join us in prayer, study, celebration, and service to the community.

    Review and Rating

    Reviewed by 2017Review
    On 22-Jul-2017
    Subject:  [PSPTweens] Bat mitzvah spaces
    Comment:  And, I know it's weird to do a bat mitzvah in a church, but Old First also rents space, as does Beth Elohim.
    Reviewed by 2017Review
    On 22-Jul-2017
    Subject:  [PSPTweens] Bat mitzvah spaces
    Comment:  CBE has a nice space too
    Reviewed by 2017Review
    On 22-Jul-2017
    Subject:  [PSPTweens] Bat mitzvah spaces
    Comment:  Beth Elohim- For 100 people you could probably just use the lounge downstairs, which is less pricey.
    Reviewed by Administrator
    On 19-Aug-2013
    Subject:  Re: ISO Hebrew School for four-year-old
    Comment:  I highly recommend that you'll check the Keshet program which operates from CBE. this will be my daughter's 3rd year and she absolutely loves it! She is fluent in Hebrew and is in the immersion class but they have a dual language program for non speaking Hebrew, I have many friends whose kids are in it and they all love it. They use the latest, most innovative ways to teach Hebrew and I've seen amazing results, all in fun, creative, loving environment. It's a place that gives a true sense of community and belonging. For me personally, I like that Judaism is brought in the cultural context.
    Reviewed by Administrator
    On 10-Mar-2013
    Comment:  Recommended by PSP Member without review