For over 50 years, Temple Beth David has been a strong spiritual, educational, celebratory and social home for all interested in Judaism. We actively welcome intrafaith, interfaith, LGBTQ, Jews by Choice, and those in the process of conversion.We encourage all members to be a part of our Jewish community and to make Temple Beth David their spiritual home.


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.

Our Mission is to:

  • Welcome and affirm all who wish to be part of a warm, diverse Jewish home, and be the spark that ignites lasting and meaningful connections.
  • Nurture a love of Torah and instill a vibrant culture of learning for all ages and stages of life to help people grow in Jewish understanding and practice.
  • Come together in moments of holiness through Shabbat and holiday celebrations, uplifting prayer, and lifecycle ceremonies that give voice to the full range of human emotion and experience.
  • Fulfill the Jewish vision of social justice by working together to bring goodness and healing to our community, the greater Boston area, our nation and our world.
  • Create strong partnerships among congregants, lay leaders, clergy and staff so that we can shape an innovative congregation committed to a relevant expression of Judaism for all generations.

Our Core Pillars are:

  • Engage in the Study of Torah
  • Unite in Prayer and Seek Relationship with God
  • Pursue Tikkun Olam – Repair of the World
  • Strengthen Jewish Community and Support for Israel
  • Enhance Jewish Family Life

If you are interested in learning more about membership or any of our programs or services, please contact the Temple Beth David office at 781-769-5270 or complete this form and someone from our community will contact you.

Temple Beth David is affiliated with the Union for Reform Judaism.