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Membership

We are a congregation serving Jewish families throughout Southern New Hampshire and the nearby areas of Massachusetts. Our members come from all over the country and the world, from all kinds of Jewish backgrounds. We welcome interfaith families in our community.

Temple Beth Abraham strives to be a welcoming, inclusive congregation where the joys of Jewish values and rituals are accessible and relevant to the everyday lives of our members.

Our community derives strength from the relationships our congregants form as we share in each other’s joys and sorrows. Through celebration, learning, prayer and community, we seek inspiration to enrich our lives and fulfill our responsibilities to God’s creation

As a member, you can know that you are making a vital financial contribution to sustaining our community and our organization. Memberships enable us to hire and keep professional staff who are skilled and dedicated; to make daily use of our multipurpose facilities and grounds and keep them in excellent repair; and to provide all the services, programs and informal connections that you can learn about throughout our website.

Beth Abraham members also:

  • Have the services of a rabbi for life cycle events at no additional cost
  • Have a vote at annual and special meetings of our organization, to approve the annual budget and major policies and initiatives
  • Receive tickets to all our High Holy Day services
  • Pay discounted tuition for our Religious School and certain other programs
  • Can use the Sanctuary and facility for personal events and celebrations at discounted fees

There are various levels of contribution for membership, which our staff or Treasurer can talk with you about. Finances will never be a barrier to membership at Beth Abraham.


We hope that you will come by and visit us. Come for a tour, come for a Shabbat service, come to chat; we are here for you! You can join now, or contact us for more information. We'd love to have you join the family!

 

 

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