Congregation Beth Adam


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Celebrating Judaism with a Humanistic perspective in Greater Cincinnati for 30 years!

Congregation Beth Adam is a spiritual home, a meaningful voice, and a humanistic resource for people worldwide, seeking a contemporary Jewish identity and experience. To experience our worldwide presence and outreach and to see our streaming services Visit

Annual Meeting

On Sunday, April 27 at 9:30 AM, join your Beth Adam community as we present the wide range of our accomplishments and progress, discuss the changing Jewish community, and share our vision of Beth Adam within that context.  We will be hearing a report on the survey that was conducted recently by our Committee for the Future.  As always, the budget will be
presented and voted on and new members will be elected to the Board of Trustees.   Mark your calendars and plan to attend this informative Annual Meeting.

About Congregation Beth Adam

Congregation Beth Adam was established in 1980 in response to the needs of a contemporary and diverse Jewish community. Dedicated to the celebration of Jewish holidays and life cycle events, Beth Adam approaches Judaism from a humanistic perspective. As a congregation we affirm a moral commitment to human dignity and ethical behavior. We encourage each member to explore his or her Jewish heritage with an open mind and a willingness to take personal responsibility in determining his or her life course.



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Congregational Seder

Friday, April 18, 6:00 PM

We hope you will join your Beth Adam family for our family-friendly Congregational Seder! The meal will include an individual Seder plate with charoset, egg, parsley, and matzah. There will also be tuna salad, egg salad, tossed salad, and a baked potato buffet. Members are also sharing Passover salads, side dishes, and desserts.

We will be using The Seder, A Contemporary Haggadah, which is a Beth Adam publication. Please bring your own copy or purchase copies at the congregation office, here on our website, or at the Seder.

This year we are supporting The Passover Project of Jewish Family Service. Your monetary donation will support the purchase of matzah ball soup mix for families in need. If you would like to contribute, please add the amount to your reservation. 

Reservations for Passover Seder are: $15 for adult members, $18 for adult non-members, $10 for child members, $12 for child non-members. Please make your reservations by Monday, April 14. You can send in the reservation form in your Beth Adam newsletter or call in your reservation to the Beth Adam office: 513-985-0400.