Beth David Women
Beth David Women offers exciting opportunities for women to participate in learning, sharing, prayer and friendship. We hosts programs that celebrate, entertain, inspire and inform women. Our members span all ages, and all levels of involvement; we welcome you to participate in what ever interests you. Email View webpage
Men’s Club involves Jewish men in Jewish life. Affiliated with the Federation of Jewish Men’s Clubs, we focus on camaraderie, learning, and service. Men of all ages are welcome. Events include a monthly nosh and schmooze meeting, sporting and social events, learning opportunities, and projects to support the religious school and congregation as a whole. More information Email
Kolot “Voices” Parents Group
Kolot is a parent-led group for full- or part-time parents, guardians, or caregivers of children/teens under 18, dedicated to creating meaningful engagement for our children/teens regardless of school affiliation. Any Beth David member (including honorary members) who is a full or part-time parent, guardian, or caregiver of children/teens under 18 can join Kolot. Kolot is brainstorming for family-focused events to kick off the new year. Be on the lookout for announcements. Email us to join our mailings list.
Threads of tradition
Threads of Tradition is a group of Jewish women who sew tachrichim – Jewish burial garments – for members of the Beth David community. Tachrichim consist of pants, a long shirt, and a head and face covering, made of pure cotton. Doing this work is our way to provide dignity to the deceased and comfort for those who mourn. It helps us fulfill the mitzvah of chesed shel emet—the greatest kindness, the type that cannot be repaid. Sewing burial garments enables us to provide care for those in our community at this important time in the lifecycle. Taking on this work ourselves instead of delegating it to professionals demonstrates the value of participation by lay members in maintaining Jewish traditions and mitzvot. Sewing skill is appreciated, but not required. Threads of Tradition meets three or four times a year, or as needed to maintain a supply of garments. Website Email