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Who we are and our mission statement.


Congregation Ahavath Beth Israel now counts about 215 "units"—singles, couples, and families with children—as members. Result of merger; read more about this in our History. We are affiliated with the URJ, but to honor our merged congregations, Fri = Reform and Sat = Conservative. We have a vibrant and inclusive religious school. We are proud of how each member brings his or her own story to our diverse community—such as those who have a multi-generational history at our congregation and those new to the city or Congregation Ahavath Beth Israel, of all ages and backgrounds who are seeking a Jewish community – a place to call home.

Mission Statement


Board - Every year CABI's board of trustees works diligently to help manage and oversee our congregation. Follow the link to read about the current board members, read meeting minutes, and check on this fiscal year's budget.

History, incl. our move to Latah

Prayer & Worship

With five active clergy members, we offer a dynamic blend of worship opportunities that span from the small and intimate to grand classical services incorporating music from our historic pipe organ. Our main sanctuary, constructed in 1931, is on the National Register of Historic Places and provides a truly awe-inspiring space in which to practice Jewish ritual life.

Now, as always,  Congregation Ahavath Beth Israel is your home.




Religious School Director

Music Education

Accounts Manager



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