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  • Welcome

    Bet Torah is an engaging and dedicated egalitarian, Conservative congregation devoted to fostering a genuinely warm Jewish community in Northern Westchester.

  • Jewish Learning

    Bet Torah offers a nationally-recognized Religious School and Hebrew High School; an outstanding Nursery School and Parenting Center; and a host of active, dynamic adult educational offerings.

  • Conservative Judaism

    We embrace deep support for Israel in words, prayer and actions, with unwavering support for each other, and devotion to creating a joyful, inclusive, participatory Shabbat experience.

   

Minyan

*Bet Torah now holds a once-per-work week morning minyan at 7:15am at Bet Torah.  The Tuesday morning minyan will be in addition to the regular Sunday morning and weekday evening minyanim that continue as always.  By beginning on Tuesdays at 7:15am, we should be able to accommodate those folks who commute into Manhattan without too much delay.

 

Daily Minyan
Monday - Thursday: 7:30 PM and Sundays: 9:00 AM
Weekly -Tuesday Morning Minyan
7:15 AM
Friday Kabbalat Shabbat
6:30 PM
Saturday Morning Shabbat Service
9:30 AM

Join The Bet Torah Community!

Exceptionally welcoming and inclusive, truly caring and hamish,

Bet Torah is a kehillah kedoshah – sacred community

– committed to its core values of

Community, Spirituality, Education, Tikkun Olam and Israel.

 Bet Torah invites new and prospective members to experience Judaism with the Congregation. Please join us for Shabbat Services and Daily Minyan.

Questions about becoming a member? Please feel free to Contact us 
914-666-7595

We look forward to meeting you!


 

Listen to Cantor Randy Herman chant parts of our services!


         

Exciting Upcoming Events!


 

♦February 26th at 1:15 pm- "Footnote" movie & discussion At The Wallace Auditorium at Chappaqua Crossing  Watch the Trailer!

♦March 7th at 8:00 pm - Etgar Keret Speaks at Bet Torah 

♦March 12th at 9:45 am  - Purimspiel

♦March 15th at 7:30 pm- Joanna Segal will be recognized with a Julian Bernstein Distinguished Service Award from the WJC

♦March 25th at 9:30 am - Scholar In Residence: Noam Zion

♦March 25th at 7:00 pm - "A Night In The Shuk"

 

 

March 7th at 8pm

 

 

               Fun For The Whole Family!