Beth Israel Congregation
Rabbi: Sara Gilbert
President Laura Manuel, Vice President Naomi Johnson
P.O. Box 867,
Greeley, CO 80632
Voicemail 970 353-0869
Shabbat and Shavuot evening service Friday May 26 7:30 p.m.
Boulder Jewish Festival Sunday Jun 4 11-4 on the mall
Shabbat morning service, lunch, adult ed Saturday June 10 10 a.m.
Mount Sinai Cheyenne Yiddish food festival Sunday Jun 25 11-3
Contact us for online service links
Beth Israel Congregation is in our second century, first having first conducted services in 1909. We have been in our present location since 1974, and currently have about 50 families that make up our membership.
Beth Israel Congregation is an inclusive Jewish congregation that offers a welcoming, nurturing and enriching home to those who seek a meaningful and enduring connection to Judaism. Mindful of its heritage and participation in the greater community, the Congregation supports the diverse spiritual, educational, and social needs of its members.
At present, the congregation remains unaffiliated and prides itself on being eclectic in its services. We draw extensively from the traditional liturgy, as well as from reconstructionist and reform approaches to Judaism. Our members come from Greeley, Estes Park to Fort Morgan, Bellvue to Erie
Activities of the congregation include services, the Hebrew Progressive Sisterhood, adult education, Weld county food bank, and Greeley interfaith social action. The religious school will be restarting with classes for young children. The library has materials for home study. Life cycle events such as B'nai Mitzvot, weddings, funerals, and baby namings occur periodically. Our facility includes a sanctuary, social hall, library with a fiction and non-fiction collection, classrooms, a Kosher kitchen, and a children's room. The congregation administers a Jewish cemetery east of Greeley in Linn Grove.
We welcome those interested to
contact us for more information.
Beth Israel thanks JEWISHColorado for the PIN grant. This grant supports our online streamng during and after the pandemic, providing access to services for those who are home bound.
Beth Israel thanks JEWISHColorado for the Staenberg Anything Grant. This grant helped us upgrade our rear emergency exit and ramp.