Centennial Garden

In honor of our Centennial celebration, we are continuing to receive orders for personalized bricks commemorating life-cycle events, honors, or remembrances of your family and friends. Your bricks will be placed in our beautiful patio garden, located to the right of the High Holiday entrance. Your commitment and participation to have a brick in our Centennial Garden will not only be your permanent dedication, but will also be a part of Beth El’s legacy.

The bricks will be engraved by laser technology for guaranteed durability. Different sizes are available for your convenience.


You may Order Online here.

If you submit your order by July 11th, 2018, your brick will arrive prior to the High Holidays.

Thank you for your participation in this beautiful project.

Your Centennial Committee


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