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“How lovely are your dwellings, Jacob; your sanctuaries, people of Israel! 

As for me, through Your great kindness I enter your house;  
in awe of You, I bow toward your holy sanctuary. 

Adonai, I love Your house, the place where your glory dwells...” 

-Excerpt from the Mah Tovu prayer 

Beth Meyer Synagogue is blessed to have planted roots in the growing neighborhood of North Raleigh. Stretching over eleven wooded acres, our campus is a center for Jewish community, and a blossoming natural and spiritual retreat. Book your visit today! Email Carole Eagle, Director of Member Services, to schedule a campus tour. During your private tour of our beloved home, these amenities will surely stand out: 

Libi Eir (Awakened Heart): The Wendy Brown Community Mikveh

For ritual immersions, our beautifully appointed mikveh offers living water, smooth stone tiles, and natural light seeping through frosted glass windows. Click here to learn more.

Our Chapel and Sanctuary

Our holy spaces are replete with architectural symbolism and house the Sifrei Torah, our greatest treasures. 

The Biblical Garden

Our green common area is lush with fruit trees and plants mentioned in the Tanakh (the Hebrew Bible). 

Beth Meyer Preschool

A beacon for early Jewish childhood education, our preschool earned a five-star rating for program quality and commitment to teacher training. Click here to learn more.

Naomi & Ken Kramer Religious School

Our supplemental Jewish learning program is at the forefront of educational technology. Every summer, our seasoned teacher team retrains at NewCAJE to brush up on the latest trends in their field. Click here to learn more.

Beth Meyer Sisterhood Judaica Shop

Housed in our Main Building and also available online, Sisterhood's Jewish crafts boutique is stocked with one-of-a-kind gifts and everyday ritual items such as Shabbat candles, tallitot, and mezzuzot

The Beth Meyer Library

An affiliate of the Association of Jewish Libraries, our library in the Satisky building is a cultural resource cherished by area scholars and generations of Jewish readers.  

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