For over ninety years Beth Tfiloh has been central to the lives of our members, school families and the larger Baltimore Jewish community. In our early years, our congregation not only served as one of the major religious centers of the community, it also served as a community gathering place for children and adults alike. Ninety years later, Beth Tfiloh continues to serve as a second home for our congregants and students and remains a cornerstone of the Baltimore Jewish community.

To learn more about creating your Legacy at Beth Tfiloh please contact Mandi Miller at 410-413-2399.

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  • Why is a Legacy Gift Important?

    A Legacy Gift provides an everlasting connection between you and Beth Tfiloh for the benefit of future generations.
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  • How do I make my Legacy Gift?

    A Legacy Gift can be made via a bequest in your will, designating Beth Tfiloh the beneficiary of a retirement account or life insurance policy, or by creating a trust.
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List of 7 news stories.

  • “Robed in Dignity and Strength”: The Allison Heyden Scholarship Fund

    David and Renee Heyden established a scholarship fund in memory of their daughter, Alli ’05, an up-and-coming fashion designer whose life was tragically cut short in 2011.
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  • Leap of Faith: The Faith and Edward Wolf Family Scholarship Fund

    Over 20 years ago the Wolfs began a long-lasting relationship with Beth Tfiloh that continues through their leadership and giving even after their children have all graduated.
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  • A Conversation with Ronnie & Rachelle Silverstein

    Annual Campaign Hineini Society members Ronnie and Rachelle Silverstein's Beth Tfiloh story began over 45 years ago when they came to BT as a young new family...and continues today, with the establishment of a fund to provide resources for families needing to get educational testing for their children.
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  • Judy & Charles (z’l) Caplan: A Legacy of Leadership

    Charles Caplan (z”l) was a respected real estate attorney, an ethical, “straight shooter” who played by the rules. His wife Judy describes the softer side of Charles. She lovingly refers to him as “a giving and devoted husband, a loving father, a true friend, and a wonderful life partner.”
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  • A Conversation with the Weiners

    Roz and Marvin Weiner first came to Beth Tfiloh when they decided to send their son Scott to the school almost 35 years ago. “It was a great fit for Scott, and he did very well at Beth Tfiloh. He was very comfortable, and it enabled him to grow and really gave him a deep seated Jewishness,” says Roz. Their daughters Rachael and Melissa also attended Beth Tfiloh, and now, five of their six grandchildren (Lucas, Samantha, Sarah, Sophia, and Sean) walk the halls as well.
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  • A Conversation with Loryn Lesser

    What role has Beth Tfiloh played in your life?

    The first Shabbat I came to Beth Tfiloh I sat alone in the back...Before the end of services women came up to me and asked me to join them. I knew this was the synagogue I wanted to join. During the wonderful times and less than wonderful times in my life the Beth Tfiloh family has embraced me.

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  • A Conversation with Willie Mazer

    What are your earliest memories of Beth Tfiloh?

    When I was seven years old my father brought me to Beth Tfiloh and I was astounded at the size and beauty of it. Every Shabbas was spent at Beth Tfiloh and I remember older congregants treating me as their own grandchild. That warmth still exists today.

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The KADIMA Legacy Society recognizes members of the Beth Tfiloh community who have made arrangements during their lifetime to leave a Legacy Gift to Beth Tfiloh. The Hebrew word Kadima translates to “forward”, a meaningful tribute to those who have committed to preserving the future of Beth Tfiloh.

Rosalie and Richard Alter
Phyllis and Leonard Attman
Deborah and Louis Baer
Eunice and Joe* Bernstein
Mickey and Bernie Bliden
Judy Chernak
Ted Chernak
Miriam (Mimi) M. Cohen
Haron Dahan
Dr. Howard A. and
Maureen H. Davidov
Dr. Liebe Diamond
Irene G. and Robert I. Ellin
Rheda and Jerry Fader
Joan and Larry Feldman
Jack Finkelstein
Myra and William Fox
Sue and Herbert Garten
Shellye and Steve Gilden
Shelley and Sheldon Goldseker
Sally and Harold Goldberg
Sonia and Stanley Goldberg
Ben Greenwald
Louis, Rona and Ruth Halikman
Larraine Bernstein and Ken Hornstein
Linda and Steven Hurwitz
Beth Kaplan and Bruce Sholk
Mrs. Alan J. Karlin
Loryn Lesser
Sarellen and Marshall Levine
Louise D. and Morton J. Macks
Willie Mazer
Howard B. Miller
Ian Neuman
Jonathan Neuman
Phyllis Neuman
Ricka Neuman
Roberta Neuman
Sandy and Howard Rosenblatt
Alvin and Marcia Sachs
Zipora and Nachum Schorr
Norwood Shpritz
Rachelle and Ronnie Silverstein
Roz and Marvin H. Weiner
Rabbi Mitchell and Sherry Wohlberg
Linda Steel Yaffe
Henry Zetlin

List of 4 members.

  • Mrs. Mandi Miller 

    Beth Tfiloh
    Development Director
    Johns Hopkins University - M.B.A
    University of Maryland - B.A.
  • Ms. Alisa Beth Rank 

    Senior Development Associate
  • Mrs. Itael Toibman 

    Development Office
    Development Assistant
  • Mrs. Michelle (Danick) Cherry 02

    Director of Alumni Relations
Beth Tfiloh Congregation
Roz & Marvin H. Weiner Family Campus | 3300 Old Court Road, Baltimore, MD 21208 | 410-486-1900 |
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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.