Small Shul. Large Community.

Congregation Shaarey Tikvah is an egalitarian Conservative synagogue that fosters a love and commitment to Judaism. We are a warm, inclusive, and innovative multigenerational congregation where members enrich each others’ lives. By combining meaningful and joyful worship, serious Jewish learning, service opportunities, and compelling Shabbat and holiday experiences, we create a vibrant and supportive spiritual community.


Service & Shabbat Times

Candle Lighting

Kabbalat Shabbat

As of September 2023, we will no longer hold Friday evening Zooms to welcome Shabbat. The worship committee will convene immediately after the holidays to review suggestions as to how our community marks the entrance of Shabbat.

Shabbat Morning

Every Saturday at 9:00am.
Join us IN PERSON, or by Livestream.
Beginning March 12, 2022 we are Mask Optional.


Havdalah services are not being held at this time.

Upcoming Events

News & Announcements

2022/2023 Annual Report

If you missed the Annual Meeting, please click below to read the Annual Report. Hard copies are available upon request.  Call Debbie or Martha at 216-765-8300


August Gateways Bulletin

Read the August Gateways bulletin for our Annual Meeting Recap, remarks from our new President, Ed Kneitel and some upcoming events.    



Read the September/October  Gateways bulletin for information on the High Holy Days and upcoming Fall Events.


COVID Protocol Update

As of April 1,  we resumed in-person services.  Pre registration is no longer necessary. Masks are optional. Outdoor Kiddushim, weather permitting. Indoor light lunches after Saturday morning Shabbat Services.  


Welcome from Rabbi Roland

Welcome to Shaarey Tikvah, where we hope you'll immediately feel our oversized sense of community. We look forward to meeting you.


Come visit us

We’re delighted you would like to visit our community!
We are located at 26811 Fairmount Boulevard in Beachwood, Ohio.

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