The Beth Samuel Jewish Center was established in the early 20th century and is now affiliated with the Reconstructionist movement. Enhanced by the diversity of its members, the center includes families from non-observant, Reform, Conservative, and Orthodox backgrounds.
The synagogue's building, completed in 1961, features a light-filled sanctuary, a large social hall with a stage, a professional kosher kitchen, seven airy classrooms, an upstairs assembly hall, a library, offices and a religious school. The facility is enhanced by contemporary stained-glass windows in the sanctuary, social hall, and around the main entrance to the synagogue.
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The center has its own parking facilities.