Please join us for worship services at Temple Beth-El, or attend an upcoming event! Temple Beth-El has regular Shabbat services everyweek. Our regular Shabbat schedule is as follows:
- Friday, 8:00 p.m. (Service), except for Family Services, as noted below
- Saturday, 10:00 a.m. (Service)
|Besides these weekly Shabbat services and study opportunities, Temple Beth-El offers a variety of other service choices to reflect the needs of its diverse Jewish community. Below is a typical monthly schedule of these services. For specific services or any changes to this schedule, please refer to the monthly calendar. If you cannot attend services, consider watching via LiveStream. Click here or contact the temple office for instructions.|
|Week of the Month||Time||Type of Service||Description|
|2nd Friday||7:00 p.m.||Family Service||Directly engages both the children and parents in the worship experience. Usually shorter than our regular Shabbat services. Our children’s choir participates regularly in this service.|
|3rd Friday||8:00 p.m.||Erev Shabbat Service||Shabbat Evening Service with the addition of our choir.|
|4th Friday||8:00 p.m.||Erev Shabbat Service||Shabbat B'shir -- Musical Shabbat service with the addition of the Tefilah Band|
|Other Fridays||8:00 p.m.||Erev Shabbat Service||Weekly Torah Service led by our clergy.|
|Saturdays (September through June)||10:00 a.m.||Shabbat Morning Service||On Saturday mornings we joyfully celebrate Shabbat as a community and participate in lively Torah study. On those weeks when we do not call a bar or bat mitzvah to the Torah, we offer a more intimate minyan-style services. Please check the calendar or contact the temple office for the schedule.|
|Summer Fridays||8:00 p.m.||Erev Shabbat||Lay led services are organized by the Ritual Committee over the summer.|
Prospective members are always welcome to join us for dinner and services! If you have any questions about our temple, please feel free to approach one of our ushers or temple representatives who can be identified by their name tag.
|Wheelchair accessible||Audio amplification
For more information regarding worship at Temple Beth-El and Ritual Committee activities, contact either Ed Malberg or Michael Bloomstein, our Ritual Committee co-chairs at ChairRitual@TempleBethElNJ.org.