Beth David Spiritual and Social Facilities

Beth David Synagogue is home to a 77,000 square foot campus (shared with B’nai Shalom Day School), housing areas for worship, study and community gatherings. With a kosher mikveh and kitchen, a social hall and athletic spaces, and a 350-seat sanctuary and 75-seat chapel, our building and grounds meet the needs of our community, whether the need is religious, social or educational.

Please inquire with the Beth David Synagogue office for usage and rental requests.

Wedding, Luncheon, B’nai Mitzvot Receptions

Beth David is home to a spacious social hall with a performance stage, sound system and dance floor to create a fun and successful event. Seats 600, auditorium style, or 450 at a seated. Our social hall can host any event.

Kosher Kitchen

Beth David maintains a fully-stocked, caterer-designed kosher kitchen. Managed by a mashgiach, kosher kitchen supervisor, the synagogue kitchen is used for all events held at the synagogue that offer food. Contact us for specifics.

Sanctuary

Beth David Synagogue is a 77,000 square foot campus. The modern sanctuary seats 350 people in comfortable seating and has a sound system available. To schedule rental of the sanctuary, please complete a facility rental request.

Kosher Mikveh

Beth David maintains a clean and heated kosher mikveh, for spiritual and ritual use by the Jewish community. Available to women and men and rabbis for conversion of their students.

Regulation Size Gym

The Beth David campus includes a full-size gym, with a regulation-size basketball court, with bleacher seats for fans to watch teams play. Click here to view the Beth David gym policies.

Chapel

Beth David’s Chapel seats 75 in comfortable permanent seating. A microphone is available as is a hard-wired internet connection. Guest WiFi is available .

Outdoor Playground & Fields

The campus also includes a soccer field and a safe playground with a large variety of play equipment.   These facilities may be used for practice, pick-up games or independent league play. The sites are used by B’nai Shalom Day School, which shares the Beth David campus.