Welcome to Congregation Beth El!

Celebrating 100 years!
We are a Conservative, egalitarian, diverse, and inclusive congregation. 
Congregation Beth El is our spiritual home. We create a warm and welcoming community where people of all generations are enriched by learning and inspired to discover their personal experience of Jewish life.
There is a Place for You at Congregation Beth El. We Belong Together.

Rabbi David Englander  -   Hazzan Alisa Pomerantz-Boro   -   Rabbi Aaron Krupnick, Active Emeritus   -   Rabbi Isaac Furman z”l
Stuart A. Sauer, President  -   Josh Laster, Executive Director

 

PRAY TOGETHER


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DAILY MINYAN

In person and on Zoom
Sunday Morning: 9:00am

Morning Minyan: Monday—Friday: 7:30am
Evening Minyan: Sunday—Thursday: 7:00pm
ZOOM HERE for All Services

 

SHABBAT

In person and on Zoom
ZOOM HERE
Musical Kabbalat Shabbat

Fridays: 6:00pm

Shabbat Morning Services
LIVESTREAM HERE
Saturdays: 9:00am (Torah Service: 10:00am)

Junior Congregation
Saturdays: 10:30am 

Mincha
Saturday: 12:45pm

Ma'ariv & Havdalah
ZOOM ONLY

Saturday: 6:00pm

UPCOMING PROGRAMS


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  FEB
9
  KaHaL and Achim Sheli Book Club: Mediocre
Thursday at 7:00pm
  FEB
11
  Tot Shabbat Stories & Shema
Saturday at 9:45pm
  FEB
11
  Back to the 80's Party
Saturday at 8:00pm
  FEB
12
  Phil Podell Memorial World Wide Wrap
Sunday at 9:00am
  FEB
13
  BookTok Live
Monday at 12:00pm
  FEB
16
  The View from the White House with Myra Gutin, Ph.D
Thursday at 7:30pm
  FEB
17
  Singles Shabbat
Friday at 7:30pm
  FEB
22
  Sisterhood Rosh Chodesh Adar: Embodying Happiness and Healing
Wednesday at 7:00pm
  FEB
25
  Tot Shabbat Stories and Shema
Saturday at 9:45am
  MAR
3
  Purim Prayers and Pajamas
Friday at 5:30pm
  MAR
4
  Machar Costume Bowling (3-5 Grade)
Saturday at 7:00pm
  MAR
5
  Purim Carnival and Mitzvah Mall
Sunday at 10:00am

For all our events, please click here

Congregation Beth El mourns the passing of our beloved
Rabbi Isaac Furman z"l.
May his memory be a blessing.

To watch a recording of the memorial service, click here.
To read about Rabbi Furman z"l, click here.