Last Updated: 08 March 2013

The Torah tells us that the world depends on three things: on prayer (t’fillah), on study (avodah), and on acts of loving kindness (g’milut chasadim). Temple Beth-El is the embodiment of this teaching.

Temple Beth-El’s worship services enrich our spirit through musical offerings – both familiar and new, the beauty of our Torah and ritual objects, and of course through t’fillah, both silent and shared aloud with fellow congregants.

It is not only our children who receive a wonderful Jewish education at Temple Beth-EL. Our Adult Education program provides a wide array of exciting and challenging classes for people at all levels of knowledge and time allowances for avodah in their lives.

The community of Temple Beth-El is composed of our members, totaling about 520 families, and our clergy and staff. Our congregants are active in many organizations and serve on a variety of committees throughout the year. It is the combination of each of their individual efforts and g’milut chasadim that make us the warm, vibrant and ever-evolving community that we are.

You can learn more about Temple Life by clicking on the topics below ... and please Get Involved!

Brotherhood Men’s group - all ages*
Sisterhood Women’s group - all ages*
Youth Groups Fun and enriching activities – for boys and girls in grades 5 through high school.
Renaissance Social and cultural programming for ages 50 and above.
Social Action Working to repair the world (tikkun olam) with projects to address needs at the local, national, and international level.
Cultural Arts Activities to add a Jewish dimension to the cultural lives of our members.
Library Book collection for a Jewish connection for pre-school age to adult readers.
Cafe TBE Nosh, chat and connect with your Temple community on Sunday mornings.

* Both Brotherhood and Sisterhood are open to the non-Jewish spouse of members.