Welcome to Beth Emeth Albany

Our mission is to worship God in accordance with the faith of Reform Judaism; to cultivate love and understanding of the Jewish heritage; to stimulate fellowships in the Jewish Community, to strengthen spiritual enrichment and the bonds of loyalty with the Jewish people everywhere; and to bring near the kingdom of God on earth through an emphasis on fairness, human responsibility and social justice in society at large.



First Friday at Beth Emeth + Celebrate March & April Birthdays

Friday, March 6, 2015; 5:45 PM Pot-Luck Dinner; 6:30 PM Service CLICK HERE for Registration Form. Questions? Contact Deb Sokoler



PURIM SPIEL & CARNIVAL

Sunday, March 8, 2015: 10:15 AM PURIM SPIEL in the Main Sanctuary -- Families and Community invited to join! 11:00 AM CARNIVAL with Bouncy Bounce Slide; games; video & sensory games; photo magic booth -- all for free! Hot dog lunch will be available for purchase for $3/person. Questions? Contact Deb Sokoler.



MOVEABLE FEAST

Saturday, March 14, 2015 ~ 5:30 PM

CLICK HERE for Home Choices & Menus

To register, e-mail your 1st & 2nd choice to: CBEMoveableFeast@gmail.com



MITZVAH DAY

Sunday, March 22, 2015 ~ CLICK HERE for list of Mitzvah Projects. You can register on line - CLICK HERE



Worship

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Shabbat Services are held each Friday evening. Check calendar for Saturday morning service schedule.


Come Be Excited!

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CBE is much more than a house of worship. We provide Jewish education for our children, life-long learning for adults and a variety of activities that enrich our congregation's families, including numerous opportunities to volunteer.


Get Connected

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All congregants are encouraged to get involved in our Beth Emeth community by volunteering throughout the year. By becoming involved in any of the variety of volunteer activities ranging from...


Learning

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Learning at Beth Emeth is a life-long endeavor. From our toddlers to adult learners, we provide a wide range of opportunities to explore Jewish practice/tradition

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Thank you to the Jewish Federation of Northeastern New York
for their generous support of the enhancement of the Beth Emeth website.