B’nai Vail Congregation is committed to being a center of Jewish Life that is welcoming to individuals and families of all backgrounds including full time locals, part timers, seasonal residents and visitors. We invite you to BELONG to our community to connect with other Jews, regardless of the amount of time you spend in the Vail Valley.
We observe the Sabbath every Friday night at the Vail Interfaith Chapel.
5:00 pm Oneg, downstairs
6:00 – 7:00 pm Service, upstairs
B’nai Vail Congregation
B’nai Vail Congregation is a vibrant, active and growing Jewish community in the beautiful Vail Valley, serving all of Eagle County with over 300 member households. We emphasize a modern and meaningful approach to traditional Judaism and prayer with opportunities for worship, celebration of life’s events, learning, personal relationships and spirituality.
B’nai Vail Congregation is intentionally not affiliated with any of the major Jewish movements. We recognize that diversity is inherent in our Jewish tradition. As such, our services and programs are designed to meet the wide range of Jewish needs – from Reform or Conservative to non-Jewish family members.
The Vail Interfaith Chapel
B’nai Vail represents an essential part of the magnificent interfaith model for sharing holy space, which has been a forty-year tradition in the Vail Valley. With our five sister congregations of the Christian faith, we work diligently to foster understanding among the religions, as we share facilities in Vail, Beaver Creek and Edwards.
Please contact our office for information about booking weddings, funerals, celebrations or other events with Rabbi Newman.