Be a Part of Our Welcoming, Diverse Jewish Community
Beth Tfiloh Congregation is a warm, joyful, welcoming, non-judgmental, Modern Orthodox congregation. We provide a unique and engaging range of religious services, learning opportunities, events and programs to meet the need of our religiously diverse membership.
See it for yourself! Join us for Shabbat, Yom Tov, or during the week to meet our friendly and inspirational rabbis, our world-renowned chazzan, and our vibrant Jewish community.
Membership benefits include:
A Beth Tfiloh Synagogue membership* entitles congregants to the following benefits:
- High Holiday Seats
Members have a choice of two services: the Dahan Sanctuary Service and the Auditorium Service. Both services are inspiring, with melodious prayer, meaningful sermons, and a warm and welcoming community. A full range of children's services and babysitting are provided. Individuals and couples age 35 and under* — both new and current Beth Tfiloh Synagogue members — are entitled to complimentary High Holy Day seats!
- Beth Tfiloh Clergy
Our clergy are available to provide a full range of life cycle events and other services for synagogue members. These include bris and baby naming, Bar and Bat Mitzvah, weddings, hospital visits, and bereavement services. Meet our clergy here
- Programs for All Ages & Stages
Beth Tfiloh provides an extensive calendar of programs and activities for our diverse community – for all ages and stages of life, and all levels of religious observance.
Members of our synagogue are entitled to discounts at our PreSchool and Day School, BT Camps, facilities rentals, adult education class and more, with a full year membership.
At Beth Tfiloh, we believe that personal financial hardship should not be a barrier to synagogue membership. A special fund has been established to provide stipends for membership dues for those with financial need.
*BT membership is available to married couples, and single individuals 22 & older.
To discuss your Beth Tfiloh membership, contact Dan Silien, Director of Shul Operations, at 410-413-2202 or firstname.lastname@example.org
, or complete the membership inquiry form below.