Responsibility for our community has been a central tenet of Jewish life for centuries. At Temple Beth El, we foster a community of mutual respect, responsibility and relationship where each congregant takes seriously the notion that we must care for and connect with each other.
Through a dynamic network of smaller communities, Temple Beth El singles, couples and families knit rich networks around spirituality, worship, social action and justice, learning, holiday observance and areas of personal interest.
Like any close family, we want to share major milestones events. Our clergy is here to assist with every stage of life, marking these occasions with Jewish ceremonies and important lifecycle events.
There are many ways to honor, acknowledge, celebrate, and memorialize family and friends. Contact the temple office for more information on how to purchase name plates for:
- Prayer books and Sanctuary Seats
- Yahrzeit Memorial Board
- Brotherhood Star of Life Board