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Our Community

“Beth Emet is a good community – a community of intellectual people and kind people. It’s a place where I feel I can be a Jew in the way I want to be Jewish.”

-Congregant Sophie Black, Past President of Beth Emet

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Our community includes traditional and nontraditional families, as well as individuals of all ages, who come from many different places seeking to fulfill a variety of needs. Together, we create a vibrant and inclusive community bound together by our shared dedication to living meaningful Jewish lives.

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Voting in the WZO elections is the most effective way North America's Reform Jews can promote and encourage the ideals of justice, equality, and democracy within Israel, helping to build the kind of Jewish state we all know is possible. To register and/or find our more information, check out ReformJews4Israel.org.

For the past two years, Minister Brian E. Smith of Second Baptist Church has been walking around each block in Evanston, anointing each corner. Recently he along with members of Beth Emet, anoited the block on which Beth Emet resides. Read more

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