Educational Opportunities for Adults


Adult education at Temple Beth El appeals to a wide range of interests. We offer a wide variety of learning opportunities, including how to participate in the service, text study, ethical topics, film, cooking, travel, literature, and beyond! From drop-in Lunch & Learn programs to weekly classes, you can “just show up,” or come every week! Join us to expand your knowledge, skill sets, and sense of community!


The Katz Family Library Book Group meets virtually via Zoom to review and discuss current fiction and nonfiction books. For more information on upcoming meetings and books, please contact Librarian Liz Marinelli.


Cuppa Joe is an informal class that meets via Zoom on Sunday mornings at 9:00 am. We are reading Pirke Avot, a wonderful collection of ethics compiled around 200 CE. It is one of the best-known and most-cited Jewish texts.

No previous knowledge is required, and all are welcome to join us! For more information or the Zoom link, click here to contact Rabbi Katz.

Reading at Sunset

Every Monday-Friday at 12:30 pm, enjoy meditation via Zoom from the Institute for Jewish Spirituality (IJS). For more information and the Zoom link, click here to contact Rabbi Katz.