The synagogue started out occupying a store front on Roswell Road! In 1988, the community moved to a house in the present High Point Road location. Since acquiring the property, the congregation has continually improved the facilities through expansion, new construction and remodeling. In addition to our main synagogue building, our campus includes a preschool, children’s play area and mikvah. 


In 1996, the facility was re-designed to include a new sanctuary, 
social hall, administrative wing and other amenities.   
The designers used liturgical and halachic precepts to create a 
synagogue that is majestic and functional, 
yet intimate and spiritual.  The building is an expression of the relationships between form and function, space and light. 
The specific ways that light is allowed to enter and 
illuminate the physical structure is a reminder of the 
way in which we allow the Divine Presence to enter 
our lives, illuminating the darkness within.


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The main sanctuary, which seats 500 people 
for services, lectures, concerts and weddings, 
is the focal point of the synagogue building. 
Designed with an egalitarian approach, 
the relationship of the Aron Kodesh (ark), 
reader's table, and the Bimah is equal for both men and women. 
The great semicircular windows recall the form of the menorah, 
and allow us to look "towards the heavens" as we pray. 


The Chapel
The daily chapel is a multifunction room which, 
in addition to its primary use for the daily minyanim, 
can be used for luncheons, dinners, meetings, and 
social gatherings of up to 100 people.


Noam_Technologys_032.jpgThe Social Hall
The Social Hall provides the 
congregation with a hall
capable of accommodating
large groups for any event or
simcha and a large room for 
additional services on the High Holidays.
The capacity is approximately 300 
for a seated affair with room for dancing.


The Administrative Offices
The administrative offices provide the 
professional and administrative staff with an 
efficient and pleasant work area from 
which to run our synagogue and 
to oversee the outreach efforts of 
Congregation Beth Tefillah.

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The Solomon Library is another multifunction area 
that provides a quiet meeting and study area 
for small groups and can also be opened up 
to expand the capacity of the Daily Chapel. 
This library houses an extensive collection of 
classical and contemporary texts.


The Kitchen
The synagogue is equipped with two complete state-of-the-art 
kosher kitchens, one for Meat or pareve and one for Dairy. 
Licensed caterers, with proper supervision, are permitted to 
use these kitchens when catering affairs in our building.