BHC is located in Bethlehem, New Hampshire, in the beautiful White Mountains Region. Main Street offers antique shops, art galleries, restaurants, a farmers’ market, historic churches and buildings, and the historic Colonial Theater.
Local Chambers of Commerce
For what to do, where to stay, where to eat, visit the local Chamber pages
- The Gables, Bethlehem
- The Wayside Inn, Bethlehem– This inn also has a very good European Cuisine Restaurant by the river that is worth checking out.
- Mulbern Inn, Bethlehem
- Bear Mountain Lodge, Bethlehem
- The Arlington Hotel, Bethlehem Daily Minyan, Glatt Kosher food, caters to families. A Chasidic summer tradition.
- Highlands Inn, Bethlehem
- Hampton Inn, Littleton
- Historic Thayers Inn, Littleton
Hiking and Skiing
The area offers hundreds of hikes for every level hiker. We have many experienced hikers in our congregation. Contact us to join a hike or check out the websites below for more information.
Located in Bethlehem, New Hampshire in the heart of The White Mountains, The Colonial Theatre is one of the oldest continuously operated movie theaters in the country.
BHC is proud to partner of the Colonial Theatre season for our Summer Jewish Film Festivals.
The Littleton Opera House, constructed in 1894, has hosted a wide array of performances, special events, and guests, including Bette Davis and Ted Kennedy. The Historical Museum is open Wednesdays 10 am to 2 pm, or by appointment!
Dedicated to improving lives and livelihoods, the Women’s
Rural Entrepreneurial Network‘s mission is to inspire, create, and connect
through economic, educational, personal, and community development.
Annual Lupine Festival (June)
The communities of Franconia, Easton, Sugar Hill, Bethlehem, Littleton and Lisbon join to pay homage to the beautiful wildflower that covers the White Mountains. Tours and events accompany the festival. For more information