Donations

DonationsLess

Donations

Tzedakah is a mitzvah, a unique privilege granted to every Jew. Remembering friends and family in this manner is an appropriate way to show our feelings to-wards both our loved ones and our community. Below is a list of funds to which you can donate.

Cohen Religious School Enrichment Fund

Tzedakah is a mitzvah, a unique privilege granted to every Jew. Remembering friends and family in this manner is an appropriate way to show our feelings to-wards both our loved ones and our community. Below is a list of funds to which you can donate.

Cohen Religious School Enrichment Fund

Less

The donations to this fund help to inspire and enrich Judaism into the lives of our congregants as well as the surrounding Jewish community. We create and join in programs such as Shabbat Across America in which we had over 140 guests from our congregation and our community join us for a FREE Friday night Shabbat Dinner Experience. We created Sukkot Under the Stars and Hanukkah Hooplah for Beth Israel Families and the unaffiliated. Our enthusiasm is unbridled in the programming and outreach we can achieve. Please check back often to see our features on the website of upcoming events.

Please help us reach our annual goal of $5000 by 12/31/2017, which will be generously matched.

The donations to this fund help to inspire and enrich Judaism into the lives of our congregants as well as the surrounding Jewish community. We create and join in programs such as Shabbat Across America in which we had over 140 guests from our congregation and our community join us for a FREE Friday night Shabbat Dinner Experience. We created Sukkot Under the Stars and Hanukkah Hooplah for Beth Israel Families and the unaffiliated. Our enthusiasm is unbridled in the programming and outreach we can achieve. Please check back often to see our features on the website of upcoming events.

Please help us reach our annual goal of $5000 by 12/31/2017, which will be generously matched.

Less

Other Donation Funds
 Building Fund

 Chertok Youth and Scholarship Funds (Trustees)

 Choir Fund

 Lecture Series

 L’dor V’dor Fund

 Kids Helping Kids

 Mitzvah Meal Fund (Sisterhood)

 Prayer Books Preschool Fund

 Rabbi’s Discretionary Fund

 Sisterhood (general donations)

 Sisterhood – floral fund

 Tree of Life (Leaf) Yahrzeits

When you choose to donate please enter the fund name for your contribution in the line where it asks to add special instructions to the seller.

image
A reunion of all Beth israel B'nai Mitzvah!!  
 Saturday April 27, services at 9:30 AM 
Kiddush Luncheon follows

If you or your children became a bat/bar mitzvah at Beth Israel, we are having a celebration to honor you!  We want to locate and invite all those who became bat/bar mitzvah over the long history of Beth Israel.  


RSVP to biccsyn1@gmail.com or call the office, 610-458-8550


image
Find out what's new at our religious school
Contact Joan Sharp at sharpjoanie@yahoo.com

Learning through personal connection, experience, and community. Contact Beth Israel's office at 610-458-8550 for more information. To download our registration forms, please go to the Education menu item and select the Religious School page.

image
Beth Israel Choir is singing at the kimmel Center! 
Wednesday, feb. 20, 8:00PM

Our very own Beth Israel choir has been given the honor of performing at The Kimmel Center Presents Sing Hallelujah Jewish Music of the American Jewish Community.  Sing Hallelujah will include choruses, soloists, instrumental ensemble and feature Canto Azi Schwarz of New York's Park Avenue Synagogue.  

To buy tickets to this unique event, go to the Kimmel Center web site, use the code BICC15 to save 15%.  If you are interested in riding the bus (leaving from Beth Israel at 4PM) please call the Beth Israel office at 610-458-8550

image
About Us
Who We Are

Beth Israel Congregation of Chester County provides for the spiritual, religious, and educational needs of its congregational family and the local Jewish community.



image
Stay Connected
Get Social With Us

Building on over a century of rich synagogue history, Beth Israel continues to foster Jewish living and learning, as well as religious observance and a strong sense of Jewish identity, to help ensure and safeguard a Jewish future.

image
Contact Us
Come See Us

Our doors are always open! Please feel free to come join us on Friday night or Saturday morning for regular weekly Shabbat Services. We will be happy to talk to you and answer any questions. please feel free to contact us.