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Our congregation is devoted to seeking God, doing mitzvot, studying Torah, and creating community.

Our Virtual Community

Stay Connected

We send out an informative email, the TBE Daily, Monday and Thursday. This communication includes inspiring messages from Rabbi Katz and Cantor Barber, online…

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Virtual Tour of Our Newly-Renovated Sanctuary

Until we can be there in person, enjoy this virtual tour of the newly-renovated Cantor Morton Shames Sanctuary, featuring the voice of Cantor Morton Shames (z”l)…

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Office Hours

Our office is open from 9:00 am – 4:00 pm Monday through Thursday, and 9:00 am – 3:00 pm on Friday. To reach the…

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COVID-19 Protocols

The TBE COVID-10 Task Force has been charged with providing protocols and guidance to ensure the safety and health of its congregants, clergy and…

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14th century Hannukah

The TBE Hanukkiah

Temple Beth El has planned a lot of special events and programs to make your Hanukkah brighter! Click here to see our latest newsletter,…

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Programs & Classes

Citizen 865 Book Cover

Author Debbie Cenziper Discusses Her Book

Tuesday, December 1 at 7:00 pm

This book is the powerful, character-driven story of the search for the men of an obscure SS training camp in Trawniki, Poland who helped the SS murder 1.7 million Polish Jews.

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Hanukkah Israeli Style: Class with Haim Aronovitz

Sunday, December 13 at 5:00 pm

Hanukkah is one of the most celebrated festivals on the Jewish calendar. But what makes celebrating the festival in Israel different from our experience?

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Candle Lighting & Virtual Trip to Israel with Rabbi Joshua Weisberg

Tuesday, December 15 at 7:00 pm

Combining his passion for food, people, and Jerusalem, Rabbi Josh Weisberg has been introducing guests and students to Jerusalem's culinary, historical and spiritual secrets for the past two decades.

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Neshama Carlebach

IllumiNation: Making the 8th Night Bright

Thursday, December 17 at 8:30 pm

This amazing national gathering will feature candle lighting from coast to coast and from everywhere in between, and a concert with the great Neshama Carlebach to bring light and gratitude into the year, featuring music from her new album. We will also have a keynote from Al Jacobs, author of "The Year of Living Bibically" and "Thanks a Thousand."

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Torah for the Day

Read some of Rabbi Amy Wallk Katz's writings which have been featured in The TBE Daily, an email sent to members and friends of the synagogue since mid-March.

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Worship Schedule

Weekday Mornings

Monday-Friday  8:00 am via Zoom

Weekday Evenings

Sunday-Thursday 5:45 pm via Zoom


Shabbat Worship

Friday Night Gathering & Kabbalat Shabbat
via Zoom 6:00 pm
Shabbat Morning 10:30 am Livestreamed
and Facebook Live

Havdalah 5:00 pm via Zoom

For Zoom links, please contact the office