• Confirmation Class 2014 Portrait
    Confirmation Class 2014 Portrait
  • Confirmation Class with Rabbi Altman
    Confirmation Class with Rabbi Altman
  • Rabbi Search Committee with Rabbi Stein
    Rabbi Search Committee with Rabbi Stein
  • Tu B Shevat Sunday School 1
    Tu B Shevat Sunday School 1
  • Tu B Shevat Sunday School 2
    Tu B Shevat Sunday School 2
  • Youth Group Habitat for Humanity Work
    Youth Group Habitat for Humanity Work
Upcoming Events
Fri, Jul 25th, 2014 @ 7:00pm
Shabbat Service
Sat, Jul 26th, 2014 @ 10:00am
Torah Study w/Rabbi Stein
Growing & Fostering Our Jewish World

Our Temple Beth-El Congregation worships God in the Reform Jewish tradition.  We are both diverse and multi-generational, welcoming any person or family wishing to associate themselves with our Jewish community. We strive to cultivate a love of our Jewish cultural heritage and actively support the State of Israel. The spirit of tikkun olam (repairing the world) and a vibrant spirituality are ingrained within our Congregation.  Our many educational programs reach deep into the community, embracing all ages, faiths, races and ethnic backgrounds.

NOTE: The celebration previously scheduled in May to honor Rabbi and Malka Altman as they retire has been postponed at their request. More information will be provided as we have it so please watch this site and watch your bulletins for additional information.
A Snippet From Our Rabbi's Blog




In our time together, I’ve encountered impassioned congregants by the dozens; thank God our congregation cares so deeply about Temple Beth El, America’s Jewish community, and the State of Israel.  That said, in conversations and in receipt of emails, I also have witnessed words and tone that belie Jewish teaching on how to engage in שַקלָא וְטַרְ'ָא (shakla v’tarya), the “give and take” in discussions.
A Snippet From Our President's Blog

The "Lull" of Summer ~

We are in the "lull" of summer.  This year not so much.  We don't seem to be having a "lull".  Our services have been lively, beautiful and well attended, Torah study has ramped back up with much enthusiasm.   But there is so much to be done.  Stop in and see the Rabbinic office, now spruced up and open for business thanks to the generosity of time, talent and resources of many.  Stop in and see the freshened up Temple office generally - amazing what a coat of paint can do.  So many other things in our building need to be "spruced up", fixed or replaced.  I had hoped that many people would step up to help with small items and we are very, very grateful to those that have stepped up, they are much ...

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