Now and Forever… Richmond Beth-El Cemetery

To accommodate the growing need for a Jewish Cemetery that would allow for the interment of a non-Jewish spouse or non-Jewish partner, Richmond Beth-El...

Beth-El School Happenings

By Ramona L. Brand, Director of Youth Learning More than Just a Name Temple Beth-El 7th grade students spend the year learning about the Holocaust. The...

Beth-El Happenings for May

Addressing Hunger, One Meal at a Time: Teen Class Retreat By Ramona L. Brand, Director of Youth Learning On March 26 and 27, our teen students,...

Beth-El Happenings

By Ramona L. Brand, Director of Youth Learning The Mixed Multitudes of the Jewish People The Passover story tells us that when the Israelites left Egypt...

Richmond Beth-El Cemetery Company Expansion Update

The Board of Directors of Richmond Beth-El Cemetery is happy to report that the physical expansion of the new section of the Cemetery has...

Workshops planned for Honoring the End-of-Life Continuum

Kavod v’Nichum is pleased to present a series of workshops for the Richmond Jewish community to begin a conversation about end-of-life planning. Guided by Jewish...

Beth-El Profiles

Temple Beth-El welcomed its new Executive Director Damien Timms last year at the end of August. Damien comes to Beth-El with an extensive, diverse background. ...

Beth-El Happenings

By Ramona L. Brand Director of Youth Learning Jewish Humor in the Face of Adversity “They tried to kill us, We survived, Let’s eat!” This one-liner joke is...

Beth Ahabah Happenings

As another January passed filled with the continuing uncertainty of the lingering pandemic, Congregation Beth Ahabah continued to pivot, adapt and find ways to...

Temple Beth-El School Happenings

By Ramona L. Brand, Director of Youth Learning A Month of Flexible Learning! If the past two years have taught us anything, it that flexibility...