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Celebrating Our Legacy, Building Our Future

For 100 years, the Beth Tfiloh community has stayed true to its mission: Providing an inclusive, welcoming Jewish environment, embracing and engaging a religiously diverse community, and supporting and celebrating Israel. From its founding in 1921 as the first synagogue in Baltimore’s Forest Park neighborhood to its home today in Pikesville, Beth Tfiloh has always been on the forefront of religious innovation and inclusion that balances Jewish law and tradition with the challenges and opportunities of modern life.

Beth Tfiloh has established an unparalleled legacy as a nexus of Jewish life in Baltimore. As the largest Modern Orthodox congregation in North America, our synagogue fosters personal growth while creating a lifelong sense of belonging. Through our extraordinary clergy and educators, and world-renowned educational programming for children and adults, Beth Tfiloh’s impact extends far beyond Old Court Road. Our school is the pipeline for future Jewish leaders, providing nearly 1,000 students each year with a rigorous education rooted in Torah and Jewish values.

Be a Part of This Historic Celebration

Join us throughout the year as we mark this historic milestone with many exciting events, inspiring learning opportunities, and once-in-a-century celebrations!

Explore Beth Tfiloh's Remarkable History!

As part of our Centennial Celebration we will be unveiling a permanent exhibit paying tribute to Beth Tfiloh's remarkable history over the past 100 years. Explore our online interactive historical timeline to view the many people and events that have shaped Beth Tfiloh's history.
Beth Tfiloh Congregation
Roz & Marvin H. Weiner Family Campus | 3300 Old Court Road, Baltimore, MD 21208 | 410-486-1900 | mail@bethtfiloh.com
Celebrating the Joy of Judaism. Embracing all Jews.
One of the leading Modern Orthodox synagogues in America, with a diverse membership, and an extensive offering of religious services, classes and year-round Jewish programming for all ages.