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Central Synagogue- Beth Emeth is a dynamic congregation, committed to the philosophy of Progressive Judaism. We welcome people of all ages and stages and work to make Judaism and our synagogue accessible to those who have special needs and/or disabilities. We include all persons who are willing to commit to the integration of community, worship, study, acts of loving kindness (gemilut hasadim), and repair of the world (tikkun olam). 

We pursue this with joy and punctuate our communal activities with laughter.
Come explore our CSBE community and learn about all of our exciting opportunities.


High School

The Jewish Experience's High School Program is designed to encourage students to pursue Jewish learning, assume responsibility in the community, participate in Jewish activities and develop personal relationships with each other, their rabbi and members of the synagogue community. The students meet for five three week sessions on Wednesday evenings.  They receive credit for Jewish Learning, Jewish Living and community service both in and out of the Synagogue in order to graduate in twelfth grade. 

A Wedding for CSBE

On December 16th, 2017 CSBE celebrated the start of a new beginning.

View photos and video of this exciting evening here. 




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Central Synagogue-Beth Emeth is a pioneer in discovering new ways to engage you spiritually.
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No matter how you define family, there's a place for yours at CSBE!
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09.21.2018 8:00 pm - 9:15 pm
Guided Meditation
09.21.2018 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Guided Meditation
09.21.2018 8:00 pm - 9:07 pm
Shabbat Evening Service
09.21.2018 9:18 pm - 10:18 pm
Oneg-Beit Cafe
09.22.2018 9:30 am - 11:00 am
Shabbat Worship With Torah Study
09.25.2018 11:45 am - 12:45 pm
Talmud Study