• Wedding Vow Renewal
    Wedding Vow Renewal
  • Tashlich
  • WRJ Valentine Tea Fashion Show
    WRJ Valentine Tea Fashion Show
  • Thanksgiving Baskets for Donation
    Thanksgiving Baskets for Donation
  • Selichot Service
    Selichot Service
  • Passover
  • Becoming Jews
    Becoming Jews
  • Our Lobby
    Our Lobby
  • Purim Dinner
    Purim Dinner
  • Family Renew Concert
    Family Renew Concert
Upcoming Events
Thu, Apr 24th, 2014 @ 12:00am
Hebrew School
Fri, Apr 25th, 2014 @ 7:30pm
Shabbat Service / Guest Cantor: Karen Blum
Sat, Apr 26th, 2014 @ 12:00am
Sat, Apr 26th, 2014 @ 10:30am
Caleb Krassner Bar Mitzvah
Sun, Apr 27th, 2014 @ 12:00am
Sunday School
Sun, Apr 27th, 2014 @ 9:00am
WRJ Sisterhood Second Annual Yard Sale
Mon, Apr 28th, 2014 @ 12:00am
Confirmation Rehearsal
Fri, May 2nd, 2014 @ 7:30pm
Shabbat Service
Sat, May 3rd, 2014 @ 12:00am
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.

UPDATE: As most of you know, the congregation will be welcoming Rabbi Stephen Julius Stein to the Bima beginning on June 6, 2014. Please join us in May for Rabbi Altman’s final services, including confirmation; and please join us in June to welcome Rabbi Stein. Change is hard, Change is inevitable, Change is opportunity.

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


Pitchers and catchers are summoned first. Veterans and rookies alike become forerunners of the players to follow. Like migratory birds, players reverse the eternal direction and head south and west when sunshine beckons in Florida and Arizona.
I liken the ritual to our High Holy Days of early Fall. Each and every year the cycle repeats itself and conveys some of the same spiritual messages. Yes, spring training is a ritual and on a deeper level conveys its own message of hope and regeneration. Another moment in time, another life affirming response
The great Walter Alston, longtime manager of the Brooklyn Dodgers waxed philosophical each Spring in Vero Beach. He said that when batters and pitchers begin their major league odyssey ...

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A Snippet From Our President's Blog

Sweep up ~ Clean House

Well April is here and it is spring cleaning time.  We swept out the chametz, we donate clothes that don’t fit anymore, put down mulch and plant annuals.  So here is a radical idea – it is time to “clean up” the Temple too.  As we clean up and spruce up our houses, so too our spiritual home.  With the help of several people we have compiled ...

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