|Location|| 50 North 6th Street, Hamilton, Ohio,|
|Leadership||Rabbi: Eric R. Slaton|
Beth Israel Synagogue (Hebrew: בית ישראל) is an egalitarian Conservative synagogue located at 50 North 6th Street in Hamilton, Ohio. Originally Orthodox, it was organized by eight families in 1901 as an alternative to Hamilton's existing synagogue, which was Reform, and obtained a charter from the State of Ohio as Bais Israel in 1911.
The Ladies Auxiliary purchased land at Sixth and Butler in 1929. On it the current synagogue building was completed in 1931, which consisted of a main sanctuary, capable of seating over 200, a social hall and a kitchen. An addition, completed in 1961 has offices and classrooms. In 1964, a chapel/multi-purpose room was added.
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