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Welcome to Congregation Beth Elohim —

— an egalitarian, community synagogue located in Acton, Massachusetts. Independent and non-affiliated, we welcome diversity, including individuals and interfaith families, regardless of age, race, gender, economic or family status, ethnic background, mental or physical ability, or sexual orientation. We draw our membership from surrounding towns including Ayer, Bolton, Boxborough, Carlisle, Chelmsford, Concord, Groton, Harvard, Littleton, Stow, and Westford. As an oasis of Jewish life far from areas of high Jewish concentration, we embrace a progressive orientation, combining an appreciation for the sanctity of Jewish traditions with a sensitivity to the needs of a population which is religiously diverse. We offer a Jewish-themed preschool, and a K–11th grade religious school. If you'd like to learn more about membership, click here.


Around the Shul

Sisterhood Invites You To Take Part in Blanket ME USA

Give back by making a blanket to be distributed by an organization called Blanket Me - a hands on mission to care for the homeless unable or unwilling to find shelter.  We will collect in September.  Sisterhood can help with patterns and supplies.  Click HERE for contact information and more details.

Rabbi Mike had the honor of representing a religious point-of-view on the webinar, The Commission on Unalienable Rights: A U.S. Assault on Human Rights that took place Thursday, May 7

The panel included Kerry Kennedy and representatives of other participating human rights organizations.  Click HERE for details and to view the webinar recording.

Bible & Bourbon ♦ Held Monthly via Zoom

Join us virtually for this casual come-as-you-are time to talk Torah and have a drink with friends! Join us as Rabbi Mike presents a short text with lots of time to discuss and socialize. Click HERE for the list of dates.

50 Years 50 Words! 

Help archive the first 50 years of this vibrant community!   Click HERE for more details and to submit your reflections and hopes and donate for our celebration.  Click  HERE to read everyone's submissions and see them scrolling on the community court board.

Sun, July 5 2020 13 Tammuz 5780