Welcome

Beth El ­ The Heights Synagogue builds vibrant Jewish community. We welcome all in participatory, traditional, egalitarian worship and learning.

Members pray and learn together, spend Shabbat together and celebrate holidays and simchas together. Families and individuals get to know one another in a warm, intimate and welcoming environment that supports lifelong Jewish learning and growth.

All services held in our air-conditioned, handicap accessible building

3246 Desota Avenue
Cleveland Heights 44118

Park on the street, or in nearby Boulevard Elementary School’s lot
For more information, call Beth El – The Heights Synagogue at 216-320-9667

Beth El – The Heights Synagogue

Invite You To Celebrate

Kabbalat Shabbat Dinner

July 18th at 6:45 p.m., dinner about 7:45.
Price $10. To reserve click here
Note: the charge or Paypal will run through Haggadahs-R-Us.

RSVP:
You can also RSVP by phone to Joe at 216-501-2761.
Location:
Tobin-Pepper Home
2440 Euclid Heights Blvd
Cleveland Heights, OH 44118

Note: All food will be made at the synagogue.

This is a membership event — a great chance to introduce people to our shul in an informal setting.

Join our Google Group

Discussions for members and friends of Beth El – The Heights Synagogue
The Main Group

Group for off-topic discussions related to Beth El – The Heights Synagogue. That includes side conversations, events or promotions in the lives of the congregants, and general “chatter”.
The Off Topic Group

Sponsoring a Kiddush

To sponsor a Kiddush click here

Calling all happy events! Celebrate a Birth or a Birthday, mark a Wedding Anniversary, Announce an Engagement, Express Gratitude for an Award, Make Known an Achievement at our Monthly Simcha Kiddush. Click here for more information.

Simcha Kiddushes

On the last Shabbat of each month, Beth El – The Heights Synagogue celebrates several Simchas at one time. Birthdays, anniversaries and other special occasions are acknowledged on a cake which is shared with the community. Click here for the downloadable form

Learners’ Torah Discussion Group

The Learners’ Torah Discussion Group has resumed.

See our Jewish Learning page for more information.