Congregation Beth Israel moved to a magnificent synagogue campus in the Golden Triangle area of San Diego in the fall of 2001. The award-winning complex consists of five buildings, totaling more than 65,000 square feet, set on a three-acre site. Special attention to landscape, open space, courtyards, gardens and a grand entry staircase create a beautiful environment that evokes images of Jerusalem.
Glickman-Galinson Sanctuary and
David & Dorothea Garfield Social Hall
The largest building houses the sanctuary and adjacent social hall. The sanctuary, which seats just under 500, features Jerusalem stone, beautiful ark doors and biblically-themed windows. The sanctuary and social hall can be used together to seat 1,000 people. Separately, for dining and gatherings, the social hall seats up to 300 people. The main building also includes The Krichman Family Memorial Area, the Glazer Gift Shop, a commercial kitchen and gathering spaces.
Foster Family Chapel
The chapel, a free-standing building, accommodates up to 150 people for worship and is architecturally reminiscent of the congregation’s previous sanctuary.
Bill and Sid Rubin Preschool and
Lee and Frank Goldberg Family Religious School
The campus’ educational facilities are designed to accommodate the congregation’s religious school, preschool, and provide classrooms for adult study programs. The education buildings include classrooms, the Feuerstein Family Activity Center, the Jackie Novak Youth Lounge, the Sophie & Arthur Brody Library, the Elene & Herbert Solomon Computer Lab, special rooms for music, art and science, and administrative offices. Two outdoor play yards are used by all the schools.
Evelyn & Ernest Rady Administration Building
Rabbinic, cantorial, administrative offices and a conference room are housed in the two-story administration building, located in the center of the campus. Two elevators assure access to every facility.
Find us at:
9001 Towne Centre Drive
San Diego, CA 92122
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