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Bringing the joys of Jewish living to the Delaware Valley

Rabbi Howard Cove invites you to join us in welcoming in the New Year and High Holidays. We strive to offer options that are best for each individual and your needs.In order to provide a community of members that value inclusiveness, love of Judaism, and acceptance in a non-judgmental environment, where all are encouraged to question and learn, we welcome all people regardless of your knowledge or level of observance. In order to maintain this welcoming community, we ask you to consider as high a level of support with which you feel most comfortable.

Full Membership

Full membership allows you to share in all the high holiday festivities as well as joining us for Shabbat service, minyan, and all other activities and events.

  • Individual (35 and older): $396
  • Family* (35 and older): $817
  • Individual (under 35): $279
  • Family* (under 35): $583

    *Family memberships include parents and dependent children only
  • Schedule for high holidays below

High Holidays Membership

Unable to commit to membership at this time but still want to come for the high holidays?  No problem. Enjoy all High Holiday events including New Year’s Under The Stars, Rosh Hashanah, Kol Nidre, Yom Kippur Day and Yizkor Service.

  • $250 per person
  • Children 18 and under: $25 each

Minyan, Shabbat Only

Want to be a part of the Beiteinu family, but unable to make it to the holidays?  Join us on Thursday Morning minyan, Shabbat services and other special events throughout the year.

  • $218 per person
  • 4 Shabbat services for $72/per person (at any of our locations)
  • all Shabbat services $218 per person (at any of our locations)

Erev Rosh Hashanah Under the Stars

  • $36 per person
  • $18 per person under 18




Beiteinu invites you to join Rabbi Howard Cove and his congregation

as we come together in worship for the High Holy Days

Schedule of Beiteinu’s High Holiday Services

All Rosh Hashanah (including Rosh Hashanah Under The Stars)  services will be held at the beautiful

Whitemarsh Country Club Center

815 Thomas Rd - Lafayette Hill, PA 19444


All Yom Kippur Services ( including Kol Nidre) will be held at newly remolded

Plymouth Country Club

888 Plymouth Rd- Plymouth Meeting PA 19462



Wednesday, September 20th

6:00 pm – shofar will be blown at sundown

Enjoy a concert, courtesy of Adam Weitz and featuring A-Sharp Events. Enjoy dancing, a tasty catered dinner and, culminating with a service including blowing the shofar (under the stars- weather permitting).  Bring your blankets, chairs, sweaters and whatever else you need to be comfortable



Thursday, September 21st

10:00 am – 12:00 pm

Join us for a meaningful service during which we will  be blessed with the beautiful sounds of our cantor. Services will include traditional melodies, stories, readings, and meditations.



Friday, September 29th

7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

A special and moving service featuring a stirring instrumental rendition of the Kol Nidre prayer,  as well as a cello performance by the musical composer, Wilson Smith.



Saturday, September 30th

10:00 am – 12:00 pm

Once again we will be graced with  our inspirational cantor. A special and beautiful way to reflect and renew ourselves for years to come!



Saturday, September 30th (following Yom Kippur services)

12:15 pm – 1:00 pm

Our Yom Kippur service continues at the Plymouth Country Club at 12:15 pm with Yizkor. This will be a meaningful way to honor our relationships with those we have loved and lost (to death)


For ticket information and questions contact Staci at 610-513-5709

or Rabbi Cove at 484-432-0931

For more information -Go to our website at






Full Membership

High Holidays

Minyan Shabbat

Erev Rosh Hashanah Under The Stars


Pay By Check
If you would like to pay by check, please complete the attached form  Beiteinu HH and Membership Payment Forms 2017 and return with your payment to:
Beiteinu Charitable Trust, P.O. Box 231, Haverford, PA 19041 is a 501 c(3) tax exempt organization EIN No: 46-6894847
Thu, February 22 2018 7 Adar 5778