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Beth El Hebrew Congregation
3830 Seminary Road
Alexandria, VA 22304
Phone: (703) 370-9400

Directions to Beth El (view map below)

From I-495 (Beltway), I-395 and I-95

  • Follow Interstate 495 or Interstate 95 to Interstate 395 North.
  • Continue North to Seminary Road exit.
  • At the traffic light at the end of the ramp, turn right onto Seminary Road East.
  • Proceed 1 mile east on Seminary Road. Beth El is on the right.

From King Street/Route 7

  • From Falls Church, heading East on King Street/Route 7, turn right onto Quaker Lane.
  • From Alexandria, heading West on King Street/Route 7, turn left onto Quaker Lane.
  • Proceed approx. 0.7 mile to traffic light.
  • Turn right onto Seminary Road. Proceed 0.4 mile on Seminary Road. Beth El is on the left. Parking is behind the building.

From Old Town, Alexandria and Duke Street

  • Head West on Duke Street. Turn right onto Quaker Lane. Proceed approximately 1/2 mile to traffic light. Turn left onto Seminary Road. Proceed 0.4 mile on Seminary Road. Beth El is on the left.

Did You Know...?

Beth El is raising funds for a new playground?

With seed money from Cantor Jason Kaufman's concert, the JCCNV was able to start a fund with all proceeds going towards a new playground for the preschool.  If you would like to donate towards this very worthy project, simply send your donations to Beth El Hebrew Congregation and notate "Playground."  If you donate on line, the playground fund is first on the list!

 

Lifelong Learning

Wednesdays during the school year @ 7:00 PM
See calendar for exact dates and subjects

 

ALIVE!

For more information about ALIVE! go to alive-inc.org.

 

Beth El House

For more information go to https://www.bethelhebrew.org/community/beth-el-house

Beth El House enables formerly homeless families to work toward self-sufficiency and confidence.

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United We Stand

 

Beth El Hebrew Congregation stands with the residents of Charlottesville in denouncing hatred. The truly shameful behavior of neo Nazi groups that descended upon the city was the latest example of domestic terrorism designed to further divide our nation. We believe that all people regardless of race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, or religious affiliation are an asset to the social fabric of the United States. Any attempt by hate groups to deny the rights of citizens will always fail because our fundamental beliefs in liberty and equality. Our prayers go out to the families of Heather Heyer,  Lt. H. Jay Cullen, and Berke M.M. Bates, along with all the counter protesters who were hurt.

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HIGH HOLIDAY FORMS

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NON-MEMBER TICKET REQUEST

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TO JOIN BROTHERHOOD OR SISTERHOOD CLICK HERE

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Summer services

begin at 6:30 PM

Services will not be streamed until the end of August due to renovations. We look forward to being with you towards the end of August.

 

upcoming events
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HIGH HOLIDAY CHOIR SCHEDULE

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SUMMER SOUL SHABBAT

August 11 @ 6:30 PM

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NEIGHBORHOOD COFFEE

Sunday, August 13 @ 2:00 PM

Contact the office for information

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CHAPEL IN THE WOODS WORKDAY

Sunday, August 27 @ 10:00 AM

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2017-18 WRJ PAID-UP MEMBER OPEN HOUSE

Saturday, September 9

1:00 PM to 3:00 PM

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NORTHERN VIRGINIA BREAKFAST FOR ISRAEL

at the JCC of Northern Virginia

Sunday, September 10 @ 10:00 AM

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WRJ/Brandeis BOOK & AUTHOR EVENT

Sunday, October 29

2:00 PM to 5:00 PM

 


There are activities, meetings, services and seminars at Beth El each week, ranging from service opportunities to Jewish learning and education, drawing members and guests from throughout the Washington, D.C. area.

the full calendar