We all need balance in life and there is no better way to get out of that routine of school and work than to participate in one of Beth Israel’s amazing variety of programs. The clergy, staff and many wonderful volunteers work hard to make sure that our programs reflect the needs and interests of our members. We are sure that you will find a program for you that will inspire, teach, enrich, or just provide some plain old socializing and fun. Young or active senior, and everything in-between, whatever your age or interests, we’ve got a great program that’s just waiting for you to try it out or to volunteer. Check them out now and get involved!

Family Programming

Family Shabbat One Friday night a month, at 6:00pm, every child aged 10 and under and family is invited to a relaxed, engaging service


Congregation Beth Israel Sisterhood is one of 600 affiliates of the Federation of Temple Sisterhoods and part of a network made up of more


Brotherhood is carrying out its mission of performing mitzvot that support the congregation and the larger Jewish Community. Brotherhood builds a community of friends,

Ner Tamid Exhibit

“…as my ancestors planted for me, so do I plant for those who will come after me.” Talmud Ta’anit 23a The Ner Tamid

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

Social Justice Committee

Our Social Justice Committee seeks to grant members of our congregation the ability to give back to our community by organizing volunteer projects, food

Inclusion Committee

The Inclusion Committee meets regularly to discuss ways for the congregation to be more inclusive to all members including those with physical challenges, special needs,


Jews know the value of compassion and community; our laws and history teach us the importance of welcoming strangers and respecting neighbors. One


Adult Education The Adult Education committee of the Miriam Browning Jewish Learning Center provides adult education on Jewish topics to stimulate, invigorate, and enrich our

Youth Programming

Congregation Beth Israel prides itself on creating a dynamic and meaningful youth culture. Thanks to our children, parents, and staff, we have a wide

Atid for Young Adults

Atid is Congregation Beth Israel’s young adult group. Whether you are affiliated with Beth Israel, another synagogue, or “just Jewish,” we hope Atid

Leisure Club

Are you in your 50s or 60s and looking to join others for some fun and dynamic activities? Interested in a gambling excursion to

Hospital Visits

The Caring Committee oversees all of the subcommittees dedicated to meeting the emotional and special needs of our congregants, especially in relation to illness,

Clergy Support & Counseling

In every life there are challenges and obstacles. In every life there is a desire for greater comfort and peace. At Beth Israel, your

Jewish Community Resources

As members of a large Jewish Community in the Houston area, there are many resources available to us and many other organizations to get

The Hurricane Harvey Flood Fund

Hurricane Harvey left Houston and surrounding areas in a shambles, but the great people of Houston are banding together to help and heal. Your help is welcome and needed. You may send Gift Cards (Kroger, Target, HEB, Lowe’s, or Visa/Mastercard, etc.) to Congregation Beth Israel. They will be immediately distributed to area neighbors to assist in replacing essential items and children’s school supplies.

You may also Donate directly to Congregation Beth Israel by clicking here. All funds will go directly to aid those who need immediate help. These funds will NOT be held to be allocated later. On behalf of our clergy (Rabbi David Lyon, Rabbi Adrienne Scott, Rabbi Joshua Herman, Rabbi Chase Foster, and Cantor Trompeter), David Scott, Executive Director, and Bruce Levy, Temple President, we are very grateful for your kindness, generosity, and help.

Hurt has no shame and no label; we just need to heal one another.

Rabbi David Lyon

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