Our Community Welcomes You!

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Temple Beth Israel welcomes all visitors, including potential members, to explore what we have to offer as a community. We invite you to visit us and get a taste of the TBI experience.

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You are welcome to attend any of our Shabbat services, community functions, and other events featured on our calendar. It’s a great way to find out who we are and discover more about us.


If you find that our community is welcoming, inspiring, and just “feels right,” please consider becoming a member. TBI welcomes Jewish and interfaith families of all configurations, as well as Jewish individuals, to join our membership.


We welcome people of all financial means. We do not discriminate on the basis of age, gender, or sexual orientation.

Our Shared Commitment

Our new membership model provides transparency and better aligns TBI’s finances with our values. It eliminates mandatory dues as a barrier to synagogue affiliation. It has been adopted by many Reconstructionist and other synagogues throughout the United States in response to changing social and financial realities.

We Look Forward to Meeting You!

We encourage all Jews in Lane County (including interfaith, intercultural, and inter-heritage families) to support our primary Jewish institution by joining Temple Beth Israel. TBI serves the religious, cultural, and social needs of Jewish people and their families in this region. We sincerely believe that TBI is a special place to belong and hope you will feel that way also.

We would love to connect with you!

Please fill out the inquiry form, and someone from our office will be in touch with you soon. We’re happy to answer any questions you have about TBI or the Jewish community in general. And we won’t pressure you to join!

You can also speak with our Executive Director, Helena Clement at 541-485-7218 x104.

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