The Masorti Foundation for Conservative Judaism in Israel

Beit Elishava – Mitzpe Ramon

Chair, Shoshana Dann

31 Nachal Ayalot Street
Mitzpe Ramon

Beit Elishava congregation in Mitzpe Ramon started its activities during the Tishrei Holidays, 2010. The services are conducted in a traditional, egalitarian, pluralistic and welcoming spirit.

Mitzpe Ramon is located on the edge of the Ramon Crater – the largest natural crater in the world. The view from it turned it into a tourist center and a desert experience. It was established in 1956, as a labor camp for the workers who paved the way for Eilat became a permanent settlement.

Mitzpe Ramon was declared a local council in 1964. Mitzpe Ramon has 4,500 residents.