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Beth El Congregation of the South Hills
1900 Cochran Road
Pittsburgh, PA 15220
(412) 561-1168

 

Report an Error/ Problem on Our Website

If you can’t find a form or event, are having problems with email links not working, or experiencing another problem on the website, or have noticed old data, missing information, misspellings, broken links, etc. please Notify our Website Administrator . You may also direct specific questions to any of our Staff.

 

Email Links Not Working?

If the email links on this site don’t work for you, it’s likely you need to do a one-time reset of the email default.


Add your Event to Beth El’s Calendar

Before you submit your event to be added on the Beth El Calendar, please review Beth El’s Program Planning Policy. This guide will help you determine all of the necessary information, including publicity options, you will need when submitting your event. Incomplete submissions to the calendar will slow down the process, so please review this policy before adding your event.

To submit an event for inclusion in Beth El’s online calendar, please use the form below to enter your information.  The information will be reviewed, and added to Beth El’s Calendar within a week (if the information is complete).  The form also gives you the opportunity to request help with publicity, but we cannot guarantee help if you don’t provide the information far enough in advance (see planning policy for required lead times).  If we cannot add your event to the calendar, you will be notified.

Add Event to Calendar

 Edit (or remove) Event already on the calendar
(including events listed as “Proposed”)

 


Update your Contact Information

If you have recently changed your name, email, phone number or address, please update your information.  This information will NOT be displayed on our website, but will go directly to our office to update your records.

 

 

 

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