Last Updated: 02 September 2014

facilities arkBeauty, history, inspiration Your family celebrations will be imbued with all this and more when they take place at Temple Beth-El.

Temple Beth-El's modern, spacious building is available to members for their simchas and happy occasions. When planning intimate Shabbat dinners, Kiddush luncheons, birthday and anniversary parties, Baby Naming and Brit Milah ceremonies and parties, and many other joyous occasions, Temple Beth-El provides a convenient and comfortable space to celebrate lifes special and unique celebrations.

Meeting & Seminar Rentals

Temple Beth-Els facilities may be rented by individuals and groups who are sponsored by Temple members.

  • Educational
  • Business
  • Non-profit

Kashrut Policy

Temple Beth-El, as a Jewish community, respects the tradition of Kashrut. The Board of Trustees has adopted the following policy with respect to serving and eating food in the Temple buildings:

All food that by its very nature cannot be kosher, such as pork products, shellfish or other specifically forbidden foods may not be brought into the Temple. Additionally, we adhere to the policy that within a meal, meat and dairy products may not be mixed. In accordance with established Jewish law, it will be permitted to serve dairy hors doeuvres prior to a meat meal. However, if meat is served during the meal, a dessert containing milk products cannot follow.

Temple Beth-El is a fully-accessible building, with handicapped parking spaces, wheelchair accessible entry, elevator to second floor, and ramp to our bima.

Call today and speak to Temple Beth-Els experienced and caring staff about planning your next event. Ask for our Director of Administration, Amy Rubin at 908-722-0674 ext. 110 or e-mail her at AmyRubin@templebethelnj.org@templebethelnj.org.