Welcome to Beth Abraham Synagogue, Dayton’s Only Conservative Synagogue

We are a welcoming congregation filled with the energy of Jewish renewal. Continuing a tradition of progressive Judaism that goes back more than a century, Beth Abraham Synagogue is located in the city of Oakwood near Dayton, Ohio. Our weekly Shabbat services are held in our brightly lit main sanctuary while our daily minyan services are held in our intimate chapel. Both settings feature beautiful stained glass images that were commissioned specifically for our synagogue and that add spiritual warmth to our services.

Upcoming Events

Havda-Latke - A Hanukkah Event!

Sat., December 12, 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

BETH ABRAHAM @HOME - Let the Games Begin!

Sat., January 9, 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Weekly Service Times

Daily Minyan
At this time we will not be meeting at Beth Abraham for daily minyan. However, you are welcome to join our virtual minyan Monday through Thursday at 5:30 pm (NEW TIME!).  Using the Zoom mobile app, or on your computer, join URL:
https://tinyurl.com/y5xrp9u8 (Meeting ID: 837 3622 7605 Passcode: 712054 if needed)

Kabba-Locked-In Shabbat
Join Cantor Raizen online every Friday afternoon at 5:00 pm for Kabba-Locked-In Shabbat. On Zoom, we begin with a sing-along and fun game, followed by Mincha and Kabbalat Shabbat services. Services should last no more than one hour. To join the meeting, click this link:
 (Meeting ID: 885 1722  1074 Passcode: 958160 if needed). Online transliterated Siddur:  https://tinyurl.com/y2aeccty

Virtual Havdalah
We invite you to join us in observing Havdalah each Saturday evening following Shabbat. Start times vary depending on sundown; check the calendar for Havdalah times. The service will begin a few minutes following the time on the calendar. You can join the Zoom meeting here: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82745732236

Shabbat Services
Shabbat Services are now streaming live on Streamspot 
Saturday Mornings at 9:30 – https://venue.streamspot.com/72a802ed
Candle Lighting – see Calendar

Religious School

Our Religious School gives each child the opportunity to build a special relationship with the Rabbi, Cantor, teachers, and fellow students.

Get Involved

This year’s CROP Walk to raise funds to combat hunger has gone virtual. This is the 5th year that Beth Abraham has been involved in this effort that helps to raise funds for The Foodbank. Last year we had 19 walkers and were one of the top fundraising teams. We have had to suspend collecting food at the synagogue for the last 6 months, so this is a great opportunity to help support our local foodbank. You can either simply donate or sign up as a walker. This year you can walk wherever and whenever you wish! To support the Beth Abraham team:

  • Go to  www.crophungerwalk.org/daytonoh, scroll down to the grey search box and type in Beth Abraham Synagogue. On our team page, click “Donate” and follow the instructions.
  • “Walk” with us by going to our team page as above, and click “Join Our Team.”
  • Consider getting together with some friends and actually walk while physically distancing and observing COVID-19 precautions. Let us know if you decide to do this (and take a photo!)
  • If you have any questions, please contact Cantor Raizen.


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