Judaica Shop

The Beth El Judaica shop sells everything to help you enrich your Jewish home.

Check out our Judaica Shop Blog

The Judaica shop is sponsored by Sisterhood and is run by our dedicated volunteer team. Take the Virtual Tour of Beth El’s Judaica Shop!

Hours of operation

During Religious School

Wednesdays: 4:15 pm – 6:15 pm
Sundays: 9:15 am – 12:15 pm

Pre-Holidays and First Mondays

First Mondays (click for dates): 1:15 pm – 3:00 pm

Other time are available by appointment.  Please contact Fran Landay through the office, (412) 561-1168.

Holiday specific items

B’Nai Registry

Feel free to make an appointment so that the Bar/Bat Mitzvah can select a tallit, kippah, order kippot, and choose items they would like as gifts. We will set the items aside for your guests and relatives to purchase.

 

Holidays
Holidays
Tallit
Tallit
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Shabbat
Kosher Wine
Kosher Wine

Gift Ideas

We have fabulous gifts for all occasions, including, b’nai mitzvah, wedding, shower, baby, anniversary, Chanukah and more…  Stop in and browse, or request something special.  We’ll help you find the perfect gift!

Abbey Glassware
Abbey Glassware

Books on cooking, customs, children's books and more
Books on cooking, customs, children’s books and more

Special Orders

We have many choices:

  • hand-crafted wood boxes and frames that can be personalized
  • glassware with a choice of patterns and colors (and glasses and flutes that can be personalized as well)
  • jewelry and housewares with choice of decorative colors
  • unique Judaica from Gary Rosenthal, Tamara Baskin, and Jillery, especially to mark life-cycle simchas
  • t-shirts or other novelty items that can be personalized for your event

 

 

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