Beit Tikvah is a warm, diverse, and egalitarian Reconstructionist Jewish congregation located in Roland Park in Baltimore, Maryland. We take a progressive approach to Jewish life, integrating a deep respect for traditional Judaism with the insights of contemporary life. Beit Tikvah welcomes interfaith families, couples, and individuals of all races, heritages, ethnicities and sexual orientations. Our building, bima (ark podium) and facilities are wheelchair accessible. The building (Corner Community Center) is also home to five congregations, leading to many interfaith activities.
Beit Tikvah at PRIDE!
Please help us prepare our building for these events.
As we share space with many other congregations and organizations, we have set up and take down responsibilities for each event. Please sign up to help us by clicking here.
We invite you to join our Congregation or renew your membership. Download the 2017-2018 Membership Forms for new members or current members.
Our 2018 calendar of events can be found here. Continue reading below for details about our other upcoming offerings.
Friday Candle lighting times:
June 22: 8:19 pm
June 29: 8:19 pm
July 6: 8:18 pm
July 13: 8:16 pm
Upcoming Services and Events
Saturday, June 23 Parashat Chukat
9:30 am Shabbat morning service Saturday, June 23 Parashat Chukat
9:30 am to 11:30 am Shabbat morning service led by Miriam Winder-Kelly, followed by a community kiddush and a discussion on acceptance of those who differ from the mainstream.
Sunday, June 24th, Lloyd Street between Baltimore Street and Lombard Street
12-4 pm The Jewish Museum of Maryland is collaborating with other community organizations to host the Magic of Jonestown Festival. For more information go to:
Friday, June 29 Parashat Balak
7:30 pm Kabbalat Shabbat service led by Nina Storch, and followed by a community kiddush.
Friday, July 13 Parashat Matot-Massei
7:30 pm Kabbalat Shabbat service led by Nina Storch and followed by a community kiddush.
Saturday, July 21 Parashat Devarim
9:30 am - 11:30 am Shabbat morning service welcoming the LGBTQIA community, led by Rabbi Fierstein. This will be followed by a community kiddush and a Torah discussion.
Saturday, August 11 Parashat Re'eh
9:30 am Shabbat morning service
Friday, August 24 Parashat Ki Teitzei
7:30 pm Kabbalat Shabbat services
Honor a Loved One or Celebrate an Occasion
Sponsoring an Oneg/Kiddush is a wonderful way to celebrate a significant event and/or person and is a great way to help support and to connect with community. Please click here for the 2017 schedule.