“And you shall Love the Lord your God, With all your heart and with all your soul and with all your might.”

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

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/ychz9pc7
 – (Meeting ID: 845 1959 2039 Passcode: 872524 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: https://tinyurl.com/y43fazyl  (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://tinyurl.com/y76gy3my

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.

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We had such a wonderful response in November to the casserole program through St. Vincent’s, to help feed the homeless in our community, that we are supporting it once again in January. Members of the congregation will make casseroles at home, all using the same recipe, and freeze them. We will take them to the shelter and when needed St. Vincent’s can thaw and bake them. This is a great way to serve and remain mindful of COVID precautions, as contact between individuals is minimal. 

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