Temple Beth-El has a strong Adult Education program that encourages the continuing education of every member of our community with the assistance of this fund.
This fund is dedicated to maintaining, beautifying and decorating our building.
Brotherhood Youth Scholarship
This fund assists members of our Temple youth to attend Jewish camps, youth events, and/or trips.
Cantor’s Discretionary Fund
Our Cantor uses this fund to assist congregants who are in need. This fund is also used to help support the music programs available in our Temple community. NOTE: Please make check out to Cantor’s Discretionary Fund.
Maintain and purchase cemetery plots.
Maintain and update our information technology infrastructure.
Keeping alive the traditions of those who came before us, and connecting us with brothers and sisters in Israel, and around the globe.
Our congregants have planted a beautifully landscaped garden, which includes flowers, plants, and outdoor sitting areas. Our garden is maintained by members of our Temple family and provides a place of study and socialization.
This fund subsidizes guest speakers to educate our children and adults on the Shoah. These speakers include Holocaust historians and Holocaust survivors.
Temple Beth-El remains committed to the State of Israel. This fund helps our Temple Community maintain our connection and obligation to help the State of Israel and its people through Israeli programming within our synagogue.
Provides financial support to allow our students to experience the vibrant culture of Israel first-hand.
Jules Swickle Chesed Fund
Created in honor of one of our founding members, the Chesed Fund enables acts of loving kindness for those in need.
For those unable to attend services due to illness or distance, we participate in a network that enables individuals to listen to services via phone, and now via internet video streaming.
Our Judaic library continues to grow, thanks to the donations of many. This fund helps us acquire new volumes and keep the library comfortable for reading and programs.
Mazon Hunger Fund
Mazon, the Jewish Response to Hunger, is an international organization dedicated to alleviating hunger. Contributions to Mazon assist food kitchens and supplement food supplies all over the world.
Maintain and expand our Yahrzeit plaque display in the sanctuary.
Prayer Book Fund
Repair and purchase prayer books and Torah Commentaries for the sanctuary.
Rabbi's Discretionary Funds
Rabbi Gluck: Our Rabbi uses his funds to assist congregants who are in need. NOTE: Please make check out to Rabbi Gluck’s Discretionary Fund.
Religious School Scholarship
Enabling each of our children to receive a fundamental Jewish education.
Religious School Enrichment
Supports special programming for our students.
Social Action Fund
Supports the Interfaith Hospitality Network and our hosting activities; provides funds to respond to disaster relief programs around the world.
Social Action Tzedakah
Funds from the Tzedakah box located in the lobby outside the office are allocated to specific projects designed by the Social Action Committee.
Maintain our Sacred Scrolls.
Support programming for our Youth Group.