Beth Chaim’s Chesed Program translates a philosophy of love and compassion to all, inside and outside our community, into a program of acts and deeds that help to support and lift each other up in times of need, and at life cycle events.

Every family in our congregation is a part of a smaller group - a Chesed group - of between 6 and 12 families. Members of these groups are there to help each other. A coordinator leads the group and is asked to notify other members if and when a need arises. In addition, families within each Chesed group may get together to celebrate holidays, sponsor a break-the-fast after Yom Kippur, or attend services together. The groups are celebratory in good times at social functions as well as supportive in times of need such as the passing of a parent or family member which may involve delivering a meal, writing a condolence note or helping at a Shiva.

Through our joint efforts of partnership with the Brotherhood, Sisterhood and Membership, our Chesed Program is yet another example of what makes our Congregation so inclusive and special. 


Mourning and Grieving - Funeral and Shiva Information

Zichrono L'vracha
May His Memory Be a Blessing


We've added a new page with prayers to help those in mourning or grieving.  Click here to see the prayers.
To find out how to receive your free candle, click here:  Free Candle.
For a more in-depth look, read, "Chesed"- A Sermon, by Rabbi Chaya Gusfield.
If you would like to make a donation in honor of your loved one, please click here:  Donation.
Yahrzeits for August 16 Service
Pearl Siegal
Mother of Bobbi Bernstein
August 11
Rose Drasin
Mother of Marc Drasin
August 14
Milton Levin
Step-Father of Sheila Kaplan
August 16
Minnie Pearlman
Mother of Bonnie Brors
August 17
Craig Perlmuth
Brother of Vickie Eiges
August 17
Ilene Hoffman
Sister of Michelle Gabriel
August 17