|Benefits of membership include:
All Jews are invited to become members of BEKI, including:
|The same goes for Jews of all income levels. Membership at BEKI is not about money. While BEKI does rely on members’ dues to pay the staff and to keep the building open, nobody is turned away because of inability to pay. Our members include those who can afford to pay little or no money to belong to BEKI, and such arrangements are kept confidential.
Rather, membership is important so that we can know each other, celebrate together, learn together, even mourn together. By filling out the membership application, you signal your willingness to share yourself with others, and to let them share with you.
The application asks what you are hoping to get from synagogue membership, as well as what efforts and talents you want to bring to the community. It also asks about your yahrzeits (the dates when loved ones have died), so we can remember them on the anniversaries. Above all, membership lets us know that you value Jewish community, so the community can be there for you.
To find out more about BEKI, join us for services and lunch on Saturday, or one of our other services, classes, or events. We invite you to explore our calendar. If you have further questions, please e-mail email@example.com. We look forward to meeting you!