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Beth Chaim Reform Congregation

389 Conestoga Road (Route 401)
Malvern, PA 19355

Beth Chaim Reform Congregation was established in 1992 by several families who wished to have a Reform Jewish presence in the greater Chester County area. One of the primary goals was to establish a Jewish house of worship where all people could enjoy the practice of Reform Judaism and the feeling of being part of the larger Jewish family. As a great many of our families are of mixed religious backgrounds, we pride ourselves on being a Jewish congregation where all feel they belong.  Diversity is our strength. 

We are affiliated with the Union of Reform Judaism and the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia.  Through these organizations, we have the opportunity for involvement in a wide range of Jewish activities throughout the Delaware Valley and the nation. 
On August 26, 2007, we moved our Torah into our new home in Malvern. Rabbi Michelle Pearlman is the spiritual leader.

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