Temple Beth-El Embarks on a Major Renovation: Be a Part of...

The vision of the Next 90 Years is about to unfold in Richmond. You can easily be a part of Temple Beth-El’s Renovation and Restoration...

Schedule of Local Holiday Services for 5782

Our Richmond-area Synagogues plan in-person and Virtual services during the upcoming High Holidays. For a list of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur services as...

Or Ami Happenings

“A Dynamic Sacred Community Grounded in Reform Judaism” With the upsurge of COVID in our community, it isn’t easy to plan for important events such...

Omer May Madness

By Rabbi Scott Nagel On the Second day of Passover, Judaism begins counting. We count the 49 days from the day we left Egypt (the second...

Richmond Beth-El Cemetery Company, Inc.

Kever Avot Services: Sunday, September 12, 2021 at 10:30 a.m.  Throughout our lives the example our loved ones modeled for us, good or bad, simple...

Kehillah happenings for June

Kehillah is Virginia’s only independent, progressive Jewish community and is served by Rabbi Patrick Beaulier and Rebbetzin Stefanie Papps, along with an amazing group...

KBI: Richmond Jewish Food Festival

With COVID-19 still active, we are forced to cancel the 2021 Jewish Food Festival. We are looking forward to holding our festival on the Sunday-Monday...

Or Atid Religious School News

By Alison Litvin Education Coordinator The Kornblau Religious School is ready to begin the new semester, welcoming students back into the virtual classroom after a...

Connecting in New Ways: How being a part of the KBI...

Rabbi Dovid Asher of Keneseth Beth Israel knows that relationships and wellbeing go hand-in-hand. As the pandemic canceled in-person get-togethers, Rabbi Asher launched Member Mondays...

Richmond Beth-El Cemetery Company, Inc., announces major expansion for an Interfaith...

The Board of Directors of Richmond Beth-El Cemetery Company, Inc., are pleased to announce to the entire Richmond Jewish community the expansion, currently under...