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!

Spirited prayer, adult time, fun for kids, family time, engaging study, campfire and connections! All the details here.

Enjoy these photos of our community celebrating Purim!  More pictures can be found here.

NAWDTY and TBD Sisterhood are hosting a Collection Drive for Hope and Comfort, a Newton nonprofit organization that distributes hygiene items for children and adults to food pantries and children’s organizations throughout the Greater Boston area. Please drop off your donations in the Hope and Comfort Bins located next to the Family Table bins. We will be collecting products until April 28th. more…

We are looking forward to an inspiring weekend led by Rabbi Sue Levi Elwell. For over three decades, Rabbi Elwell has been exploring, teaching, and writing about spirituality, and working towards creating and sustaining healthy and open-hearted communities. more…

This spring as we prepare to celebrate Israel’s 70th anniversary of independence, join Rabbi Micah to explore the idea that gave birth to the Jewish State. more…

Torah teaches that we should open our homes to others in our community to share in the Passover seder. If you are hosting a seder, consider opening your home to fellow Temple Beth David members. If you are looking for a place for seder, please let us know. Sign up to Share A Seder. Please respond by March 16 so that we can match you. There will be a Passover festival morning service at Temple on Saturday, March 31 at 10:00am. Chag Sameach!

Wake up and celebrate Shabbat together! Infants, tots, preschool and young elementary age children, parents and family members are welcome to come pray, sing, shake instruments, and hear a story during this brief Shabbat service geared to our little ones. A great way to get a taste of Shabbat and meet other families! The morning will include an Oneg snack and craft activity. We’ll also get ready for Passover with some rockin’ Seder songs!