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Shalom Y'all & Welcome


We will now be broadcasting services from the website!!!

CLICK HERE for more information and policies.



Where are you?  


Everyone is somewhere on a path...and on a path to somewhere.  Where ever you are, you are welcome with us.  


Who are we? 


We are Congregation Beth Israel, serving the Greenville Jewish community for over 100 years.  

We embrace the idea of meeting people “where they are,” offering a safe and encouraging environment regardless of age, gender, socio-economic status, race, level of education, family structure, interfaith union, or sexual identification and orientation.  All who seek may come to find their voice in prayer and thankfulness for the blessings of life.  


Proud members of USCJ (The United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism), we are here to meet the spiritual, social, cultural and educational needs of modern Jews, while remaining true to the traditional roots of our faith.  


We practice a robust and authentic Judaism emphasizing music, food, spirit, Jewish ethics, education, and egalitarianism; respecting tradition but remaining open to new thoughts and ideas.  


We strive to provide for our congregational family at every stage of the Jewish life-cycle: from baby naming, to religious school and b’nai mitzvah training, and through interactive services and adult education programming.  


We stand in solidarity with the State of Israel and the people Israel.  


And we are committed to the ideals of Tikkun Olam – working together to improve our community and the world around us. 

Upcoming Events

Join us for regular services, special events and more!

Visit our EVENTS page to RSVP for our upcoming special events and check the CALENDAR to stay in the loop on all of our services and activities. 

Building Community Since 1916

Our Jewish Community

Congregation Beth Israel of Greenville, South Carolina has been a warm, proud, and thriving community of committed Jews for well over 100 years, and the only United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism (USJC) affiliated congregation in the Upstate.

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Join us for Services

Our regular Friday night Kabbalat Shabbat services begin at 6:45 p.m.,

and Saturday morning services begin at 10 a.m.

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