Bruchim Habaim – Welcome to Beth Jacob Congregation! We are a Conservative synagogue of more than 350 families located near St. Paul, Minnesota. We are guided by the principles of Torah (study), Avodah (meaningful worship and work), and Gemilut Chasidim (acts of loving kindness). We exist as a congregation in order to practice and further our understanding of Conservative Judaism through the celebration of Shabbat, holidays and lifecycle events, and daily practice. More »

Rev. Nazim B. Fakir to Speak

Saturday, April 4, Pesach Day 1

Join us on the first day of Pesach to hear the Rev. Nazim B. Fakir, Pastor of St. Peter’s AME Church speak about “A Black Clergy’s Understanding of the Exodus – A Personal Reflection”.

Pesach at Beth Jacob

Passover computerIf you’re looking for info on preparing for Pesach, or ways to spice up your seder, look no further than! Everything is here, from the service schedule, to how to search for chametz (and how to sell yours), to help finding a seder (or finding more guests for one you’re having), making your seder better, lots of resources, and more!

Find a seder, or find guests for yours: “Seder for All” Form

Sell Your Chametz

Check out all Pesach info here!

Remember, Shop at Cooper’s & save receipts; ends this Sunday, March 29!

Selfie Directory


The hot-off-the-presses 2015 Beth Jacob Selfie Directory is here; they are available for pick up in the office during regular office hours Tuesday through Thursday, 9 am – 5 pm.

Purim Sheet

For those that missed it on Purim or want to read it again, click here to read the Purim edition of the service sheet.

Purim Sheet 2015

Jew in the Pew


With Rabbi Lynn Liberman


Shabbat mornings, 9:15-10 AM

Join Rabbi Lynn Liberman to discuss the weekly Torah portion through the lens of thought-provoking commentaries.

Class meets on 2nd & 4th Saturday mornings in the chapel.

Mar. 28; Apr. 11, 25; May 9, 23 


Last Shabbat of the Month!

Sat., March 28
After Kiddush at 12:45 pm

Everyone truly is welcome! Sing to praise G-d, to open your heart, to make something beautiful together, or all of the above. The focus is on liturgical songs with harmony, chants, rounds, and niggunim.


Childcare will be available.

*Ozi v’Zimrat Yah = G-d is my Strength and my Song.

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