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Brukhim ha’ba’im! Welcome! The doors of Beth Meyer Synagogue are wide open to you. Whether you are Jewish, partnered with someone who is Jewish, or curious about exploring Judaism, we look forward to welcoming you, answering any questions you may have, and guiding you on your Jewish journey. Beth Meyer Synagogue is a congregation in which we endeavor to discover what it means to be fully human and to be part of a sacred community.


Standing on the shoulders of those who have come before us and Jewish tradition, we foster moments that celebrate the wonder of being alive and the gift of finding connection in the presence of one another. One of the most important and rewarding benefits of joining Beth Meyer is the warmth and meaning derived from marking all of life’s milestones with the beauty of Jewish tradition and community support.  No matter what stage of life you find yourself, we are here for you.  

There are endless ways to become involved with the Beth Meyer community. You are invited to meet with us, your rabbis, and immerse in a robust array of Jewish experiences, learning opportunities, and chances to go deeper into your Judaism and your community. 

For almost 150 years, Beth Meyer Synagogue has been a leader in Jewish life in the Triangle. The greatest strength of Beth Meyer is the community itself. Our synagogue members care about each other and about what goes on here. We care about having meaningful Jewish experiences and work together to ensure each of us has multiple entry points to those moments. We also care about the wider world and how our Jewish values provide unique pathways for social impact.  At Beth Meyer, we draw from the wisdom of the Torah for insight and strength in all that we do. Every service, class, experience, and meeting at Beth Meyer is filled with potential for connection — to Torah, God, each other, and the world.  

Beth Meyer Synagogue is a place for us all to come home and celebrate the joys of Jewish life together. 


Rabbi Eric M. Solomon 
Rabbi Dr. Jenny Solomon 

The Hebrew word for peace, shalom (שלום) is derived from a root denoting “wholeness.” Judaism is a path for practicing wholeness. At Beth Meyer, we pursue peace out in the world just as we pursue peace and wholeness within ourselves.

Sun, June 16 2024 10 Sivan 5784