Thank you for visiting our website. Beth El is a congregation that believes in the vitality of the Jewish people. Through our various projects and committees we are committed to building a better world both physically and spiritually and depend on the leadership of our committed volunteers, Rabbi and professionals to carry out this important mission. We do this by offering weekly services and a variety of learning and volunteer opportunities. We offer programs for all ages — children and their families, working professionals, empty nesters and seniors — and bring these generations together under one roof because we are a community that is only as strong as our members. We would love for you to visit our community. Please stop by or send an e-mail to our professionals to schedule a conversation on how you can join us because life is sweeter when lived together.
Beth El Synagogue is a pluralistic and diverse congregation welcoming all who wish to enjoy an enriching experience through spiritual growth, observance and mitzvot. We seek to create a Kehilla, a Jewish village, molding responsible citizens of our local communities and the larger world.
Beth El is:
A Beit Knesset: A house of gathering
Beth El is a community where people feel a sense of belonging and want to be involved. Beth El Synagogue has a lively and active campus, where thoughtful, multi-generational programming reflects a multitude of community interests.
A Beit Midrash: A house of learning
Beth El instills a love of Torah and Talmud Torah, provides an environment of lifelong learning, and encourages its members to explore, to challenge and to grow.
A Beit Tefilah: A house of prayer
Beth El supports pluralism in the prayer life of the community.
A Beit Tzedek: A house of righteousness
Beth El is committed to observance of the mitzvot, to the principle of Klal Yisrael reaching out to all Jews, to the principle of tikkun olam, which seeks to make the world whole through social and political action, and to the support of Eretz Yisrael, the homeland of the Jewish people.
A Beit Mo’adim
Beth El provides its members, their friends and families a warm, supportive and caring environment in which to observe, celebrate and remember the turning points, the joys and sorrows that mark our lives.
A Beit Avodah: A house of service
Beth El is a place where members work together as a community, to build and sustain our congregation.