Beth El, our House of God, is a welcoming place and our congregation is full of friendly people. We invite you to attend our Shabbat and festival services, get to know our active members and explore the wide range of activities available for all age groups. Our congregation has an extraordinarily diverse range of members. We cover a wide area both in terms of geography (from Warrenton/Sperryville/Front Royal, Virginia to Martinsburg, West Virginia) and the diverse backgrounds of our members. We work hard at making everyone feel welcome and an important part of our community.
Our rabbi, Scott Sperling, brings more than 35 years of experience as a Jewish professional who has worked in many different settings. Most recently, Rabbi Sperling was the Union for Reform Judaism
Beth El Congregation strives to provide widely diverse and high quality programs for children and adults that go well beyond what might be expected of a congregation of 90 households. But that is the
Take a tour of our website to get specific information about our various programs and we hope to see you soon!
Please see the Shabbat schedule page for service times. And join us at 520 Fairmont Avenue, Winchester, Virginia 22601.
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It is fundamental to our faith that we prepare the coming generation for a life in Judaism.
Watch for updates in the Beth El Bulletin about the formal building planning process, launched on September 9, 2007 and a wonderful plan that was approved in November 2011, that will help us move forward in determining the best way to keep our facility vital and responsive to the needs of our congregation.
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Please refer to your Beth El Bulletin for full information on upcoming events. Dates and times subject to modification. Please check with program coordinators to confirm events, particularly during times of inclement weather.
For Service schedules, please refer to the "Worship & Holidays / Shabbat Services" page.
For More Information
For more information about services, religious school, and study opportunities, please call the synagogue office at 540-667-1043. You may also call Rabbi Sperling directly at 540-667-1889. If you need to reach him immediately, please call his cell phone, 202-302-1635.