A Reform Jewish Community
in Billings, MT

We explore Jewish tradition and culture through the teaching of the living Torah, prayer, 
and tikkun olam, the healing of the world.

Supporting Jewish Beliefs

Our is to purpose is to support Jewish beliefs and religious practices in the Big Sky.

Inclusive Community

Congregation Beth Aaron is a kind and caring community that offers equal participation for all Jews.

Lifecycle Events

We offer a full range of lifecycle events, from birth celebrations through funerals and shiva services. Contact us to learn more.

Get Involved

If you are Jewish and want to get more involved, please leave us a message or send us an email about services or membership. Whether you are new to the area or have lived here your whole life and want to reconnect with your Judaism, we want to hear from you!

If you or your loved one are ill and request religious counsel, please leave a message or contact our local hospitals’ Chaplains.

Local Organizations

If you are a media, faith-based, educational, or non-profit organization in Billings that wants to get in touch with us, please leave us a message or send us an email. We are a volunteer-run organization and will do our best to respond to you in a timely manner.

Community Resources

If you are in crisis, please contact the Community Crisis Center at 406-259-8800.

Jewish Learning and Cultural Resources

If you are interested in learning more about Judaism or want to purchase Judaica, please consult the resources listed on the page linked below.

Please join us at services to get to know our new Student Rabbi Erika Purdy, a third-year rabbinical student at Hebrew Union College in Los Angeles. She has a master’s from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, a city she calls home.


“We come together to create our own community, to celebrate the holidays, to study and learn, to rejoice in life’s milestones and to comfort one another during challenging times. We welcome you to join us!”


“I am excited as a Board member to personally help drive our re-emergence from ‘the covid years’ and look forward to expanding our horizons as we continue to grow and serve Jews of all traditions and backgrounds in our big sky communities. “