2019 Gifts From The Heart Annual Appeal and Celebration

Help keep Temple Beth David vital and strong.

Click here to make a gift from your heart.

Save the date – May 18th – from 7:00 pm to 11:00 pm

to celebrate our community! RSVP.

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Our Vision, Our Mission and Our Core Pillars

Our Vision:

The Temple Beth David Family aspires to be an inclusive, caring Jewish community that guides people of all ages on a path of spiritual growth, empowers each of us to engage with Jewish tradition, and inspires us to bring meaning to our lives as we continue to shape our synagogue today.

Read more here.

Temple Beth David

“…For My House shall be called a house of prayer for all peoples.”
– Isaiah 56:7

Temple Beth David welcomes you!

Our Reform congregation is a caring, active, diverse and inclusive community that explores and experiences all aspects of Jewish life. Located in Westwood, MA, we serve towns across the Rt. 109 corridor. We invite you to join us in prayer, study, to socialize and learn. We offer activities and opportunities for all age groups and levels of participation.

Please join us!


The Adult Education Committee is pleased to invite the congregation to partake in a weekend of engaging study of The Three “R’s” of a Healthy Jewish Life: Resilience, Reconciliation & Rejoicing.

Friday, April 26 at 7:00 p.m. Shabbat Service “Renewing Resilience”

Saturday, April 27 at 10:00 a.m. Shabbat morning service. Kiddush lunch to follow. “Reconciliation: On Being Fixers” 

Sunday, April 28 at 9:30 a.m. Brotherhood Breakfast “The Art and Challenge of Rejoicing”

Sign up here for the Kiddush luncheon and/or Brotherhood Breakfast. more…


Join with Rabbi Paul Citrin, our Scholar-in-Residence, and our community as we welcome Shabbat. Rabbi Citrin will explore resilience as a Jewish value, and examine how to grow and expand beyond who we are in the present moment.


There will be no Friday evening Shabbat service on April 19th.  Enjoy your seder and check out these Passover resources!


Hands-on interactive learning for preschool age children (ages 2-5) and parents or a caregiver. Explore Jewish themes, hear a story, sing songs, and meet other families! This is a great way to get a taste of our Shorashim religious school!


Lunchtime Talmud continues with the study of Berachot (Blessings). Bring your lunch and learn together with the rabbis. No prior experience necessary; all are welcome!


Sisterhood is collecting items for Hope and Comfort, an organization that provides hygiene products to those in need. more…