Bet Torah is a warm congregation — a place where you and your family will make life-long friends as you explore and participate in Jewish life, ritual and learning.
Some highlights of being part of our community include:
We hope you will take advantage of our services and programs and make this your spiritual home. Should you have any questions please feel free to call me.
Seth Young, Executive Director
New & Prospective Members:
Visitors and prospective members are welcome to join us for Shabbat services or to buy tickets for the High Holidays to see if Bet Torah is a good fit for them. We encourage both prospective members and current members to participate in daily minyan as a way of getting comfortable with prayer at Bet Torah and of fulfilling the mitzvah of participating in a minyan.
We invite you to explore our website to discover much about our vibrant community and encourage you to attend a service and/or an event to really get to know us!
Please fill out this Inquiry Form and we’ll be able to provide you with additional information.
Please do not hesitate to contact us at 914-666-7595
For more personalized information, please don’t hesitate to make an appointment with our Executive Director, Seth Young, Membership Committee Liaison or Clergy: Rabbi Aaron Brusso & Cantor Randy Herman
We look forward to meeting you!
Additional Information About Bet Torah & Membership Benefits:
Bet Torah is a conservative synagogue with a vibrant and active congregation of approximately 500 families. We are a multi-generational congregation with programming for individuals of all ages. We cherish lifelong learning and social justice as paths to Jewish commitment.
Most congregants live in the “105” zip codes of Westchester County—Mt. Kisco, Chappaqua, Armonk, Katonah, Bedford, and Pleasantville. Many members come from as far as Yorktown Heights, South Salem, and Ridgefield, CT.
We welcome our new members with a variety of events each year; including Sukkah hops, progressive dinners, Shabbat buddies, new family services, and new member dinners and get-togethers. We include a new members’ welcome and prayer in our Yom Kippur services. New Sisterhood members are invited to the annual membership dinner held each fall as guests of Sisterhood.