Membership & Community
Congregation Beth Israel welcomes all who wish to be a part of this dynamic and modern Reform Jewish congregation. Established in 1854, we are the oldest Jewish congregation in Texas with a rich history and legacy to share. As a part of the Beth Israel family, you will find a warm and welcoming community dedicated to the values of our faith: Worship, Torah Study, Lifelong Education, Social Justice, and Community. Our extended congregational family is committed to getting to know you and meeting your needs wherever you are on your Jewish path. Membership will open many doors to help you discover a rich, relevant and meaningful Jewish experience.
We welcome you to come see for yourself. Drop by for a cup of coffee, or make an appointment to meet with us. Walk with us through our beautiful campus. Attend a worship service and enjoy the beautiful music you will find here, or attend one of the many fascinating and inspiring educational programs. No matter your interests or age, Beth Israel offers an extraordinary array of opportunities for everyone. Even more important, it provides a welcoming community for you to feel at home, explore and discover the joys of Jewish living every day.
For more information, please contact: David Scott, 713-771-6221 x612, and schedule a visit today!
Family Shabbat One Friday night a month, at 6:00pm, every child age 10 and younger and family is invited to a relaxed, engaging service
Membership & Join the Beth Israel Family
Congregation Beth Israel welcomes all who wish to be a part of this dynamic and modern Reform Jewish congregation. Established in 1854, we
Click here to Visit the New Sisterhood Website to shop online and make Sisterhood Donations! Congregation Beth Israel Sisterhood is one of 600 affiliates of
Brotherhood is carrying out its mission of performing mitzvot that support the congregation and the larger Jewish Community. Brotherhood builds a community of friends,
The Margolis Gallery
Friends of Margolis Gallery The Margolis Gallery is a sublime space that overlooks the pristine Wolff-Toomim Meditation Garden. We present exceptional exhibitions free
Our Mitzvah Committee seeks to grant members of our congregation the ability to give back to our community by organizing volunteer projects, food and
The Inclusion Committee meets regularly to discuss ways in which the congregation can be more inclusive to all members including those with physical
The Social Justice Committee
Jews know the value of compassion and community; our laws and history teach us the importance of welcoming strangers and respecting neighbors. One
ABIDE ABIDE [Advocacy at Beth Israel for Diversity Through Education] – Programming and advocacy work related to immigration, interfaith relations, and other political
Congregation Beth Israel prides itself on creating a dynamic and meaningful youth culture. Thanks to our children, parents, and staff, we have a wide
2020-2021 Committee questionnaire Dear Committee Chair/Co-Chair, I am writing to you on behalf of the Temple’s Executive Committee to ask your assistance in
Atid for Young Adults
We’ve all heard the phrase “in these unprecedented times…” From teaching your parents how to use Zoom to learning to make Sourdough bread,