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		                                    Our Beautiful Building		                                </span>
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		                                    The Iselin Family Garden Terrace		                                </span>
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		                                    Main Sanctuary		                                </span>
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		                                    Bimah & Ark		                                </span>
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		                                    Mendelson Chapel at the Loudonville Cemetery		                                </span>

 

Our Mission & History

Our mission is to worship God in accordance with the tenets of Reform Judaism; to cultivate love and understanding of the Jewish heritage; to stimulate fellowship in the Jewish Community, to strengthen spiritual enrichment and the bonds of loyalty with Israel and the Jewish people everywhere; and to bring near the teaching of God through the Torah by emphasis on fairness, human responsibility and social justice.

What is Reform Judaism?
Throughout history, Jews have remained firmly rooted in Jewish tradition, even as we learned much from our encounters with other cultures. Nevertheless, since its earliest days, Reform Judaism has asserted that a Judaism frozen in time is an heirloom, not a living fountain.

Resolutions
The positions of the Reform Movement are based primarily in two sources: Resolutions adopted by the Union for Reform Judaism, and resolutions adopted by the Central Conference of American Rabbis.


The History of Beth Emeth

Beth Emeth - The 4th oldest Reform Congregation in the United States


Our Academy Road Building

Beth Emeth - The Academy Road Temple


Holocaust Memorial

Holocaust Memorial at the Beth Emeth Loudonville Cemetery


CZECH TORAH SCROLL

   

 

 

 

 

Bert Weinberg, who was instrumental in obtaining the Czech Scroll that we house at Beth Emeth, spends time each year with the 6th grade class of our Religious School, teaching about the Holocaust & how the Torah Scroll was hidden, saved 7 recovered.
Learn more
Read the Memorial Scrolls Trust Certificate 
Learn more about The Memorial Scrolls Trust
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CBE Annual Report ~ JUNE 2021

2021 Annual Report

Sun, October 2 2022 7 Tishrei 5783