We want to build a community based on inclusiveness, where everyone is welcome regardless of age, marital status, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, Jew-by-choice, or Jew-by-birth.
When Temple Beth El was founded in 1946, its members dedicated themselves to the creation of a home for living Judaism – a place where newcomers feel welcome, where Jewish ideals are made real, and where education is the key that unlocks the door to a lifetime of Jewish fulfillment and commitment. We are proud of this tradition and hope that your association with us will be spiritually and emotionally satisfying.

Temple Beth El welcomes Rabbi Jonathan Klein to be interim spiritual leader for May and June.  We have offered him a contract for the 2020-2021 fiscal year and will be voting on this at our congregational meeting on June 14.  Rabbi Klein has been attending our weekly Shabbat evening services for a few weeks now and started leading them on May 1.  If you have not been invited to our Zoom services and would like to attend, please call the office and leave us a message with your name and email address.  Hopefully, we will be able to get back to having services in person very soon.

Shofar (TBE Newsletter)

Shofar Newsletter
The Shofar, Temple Beth El’s monthly publication, keeps community and temple members up to date on what’s going on. Take a look at this month’s Shofar to see what’s coming
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Adult Education
Judaism is never just “pediatric” at Temple Beth El; adults have numerous learning opportunities. For those wishing learn, convert, or refresh their memory…
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Schedule of Events
Join us as we celebrate the new year and reflect on the past year. Services are free and open to all – regardless of background.  High Holy Days begin with Erev Rosh Hashanah on  September 29th…
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Temple Beth El is committed to caring for all its members and strives to provide a meaningful Jewish experience for people of all ages. Your contributions enable Temple Beth El
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Jewish Food Festival