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 1947, 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 just turned 75!
In case you missed our 75th anniversary Gala, here is a link to a short (8-minute) highlight reel. When you see how much fun everyone was having, you will want to make sure to save the date for our 100th!
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HANUKKAH 8 KRAZY KILOMETERS
Plan on having “a latke” fun at the 2023 Hanukkah 8 Krazy Kilometers! This annual holiday run will be held on Sunday, December 10, at Panorama Vista Preserve and includes the 2K Latke Loop Fun Run. Go to www.8krazykilometers.org to learn more about the race and to register. Sponsorship opportunities are available!
NO GELT, NO GLORY!