Beth El Congregation of South Hills
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Located minutes away from the highway, just off busy Cochran Road in Greentree, the Beth El Congregation has served Pittsburgh's Conservative Jewish community for nearly one hundred years. Its proximity to an executive office park allows for plenty of additional parking during the High Holidays. Beth El takes its name from the original House of God where Jacob dreamed of his Ladder to Heaven, and strives to continue that tradition.
1900 Cochran Rd, Pittsburgh, PA 15220
- Accessibility Details: Handicapped parking available
- Hours: Shabbat: Fri, 6pm, Sat, 9:15am
Daily services: Mon - Fri, 7am; Mon - Thurs, 6pm; Sun, 8:30am
- Accessible: yes