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                             Join us for the High Holidays!

Space available for Yom Kippur - No charge/No tickets!

REGISTRATION is still REQUIRED - email us at

We hope you will join us!

                                   SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT

Beth Abraham is open once again, B"H with a normal schedule.
We are taking protocols to keep everyone safe.


Please pay careful attention to these REQUIREMENTS:

  1. All members will be required to wear a mask (gloves are encouraged)
  2. All members must wash their hands upon entering the synagogue.
  3. We ask that members enter through the front door, and exit through the rear or side door
  4. Please limit the touching of surfaces
  5. All services will be downstairs in the function hall
  6. We ask that all members bring their own tallit, kippah, and siddur - should you need to borrow a siddur or chumash, we ask that you take it home and label it and keep it for the time being
  7. Singing will be limited and services will be shortened
  8. Fewer chairs will be available to keep the 6-foot distance between members
  9. There will be no socializing before or after services
  10. Anyone with symptoms of cold/flu within the previous 15 days should refrain from attending services
  11. Celebrations of Smahot or Bar/Bat Mitzvahs will have to be postponed
  12. We will explore the option of outdoor services


We wish a refuah shelemah to all of those suffering from the Corona Virus. 
May G-d see us through this difficult time as quickly as possible.

         Welcome to Beth Abraham Sephardic Synagogue 

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The Beth Abraham Synagogue of the Sephardic Congregation of New England was founded in 1984 in order to preserve and promote our Sephardic / Mizrahi ways of prayer, traditions, customs, heritage, and culture. Our community is diverse and our members come from all over the world.

We are proud to safeguard our Mizrahi traditions and share them with the world. We include prayers for America and Israel.  Our synagogue maintains Sephardic halakhic standards of observance.  We welcome all elements of the diverse Jewish community. We are child-centered, promote Torah education, and cultivate individual growth. We respect everyone's place in their spiritual journey.

We invite all to join our activities including daily shahrit, Shabbat, and holiday services.

We look forward to having you join our family.

Feel free to contact us by emailing

Solomon Sheena - President 

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Mon, October 19 2020 1 Cheshvan 5781