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Congregation Beth HaTephila

An Engaging, Inclusive, Reform Congregation in the Blue Ridge Mountains

Social Distancing in Effect. No gatherings at the Temple.
Click here for more info on the Temple's Covid-19 status And the Rabbi's Public Service Message.

Caring Community

caringcommunityThe Caring Community’s vision is to support and care about one another as congregants and participate fully in our WNC-Asheville area community. Our purpose is to make a positive impact on the lives of you and your family by creating and providing a personal touch that enhances well-being and inspires connection.

Consider joining us on one of our Caring Community Teams:

  • Bakers / Meal Trains
  • Hospital/Rehab/Hospice Visits
  • Sending out Cards of Healing
  • Knitters  - Prayer Shawl directions
  • Shiva arrangements and food service to the families
  • Chevra Kadisha (Jewish Burial Society)
  • Congregant Contact when Recovering from an illness
  • Simchas / Connections
  • Support for Families with Special Needs

Caring for one another is our obligation. The Torah commands us to perform g’milut chasadim- acts of loving kindness. Call or contact Channah at the temple office by calling (828) 253-4911 or simply filling in the signup form.

Details of Caring Community

Click here to read more about each Caring Community team.


Modern Midrash

Melissa Seligman and Cindy Feiler host this on-going Caring Community Circle (CCC) series focused on connection through storytelling. CBHT members are invited to watch a pre-recorded video conversation followed by live, content-related discussion via Zoom. 

Click here to read more.  The Modern Midrash page requires that you are logged in to your member account.  If you are not currently logged in, you will be prompted.

Sat, May 8 2021 26 Iyar 5781