If you are interested in visiting Temple Beth El for a tour of the building or to join us for worship, please contact the TBE Clergy Office or call the main office: 704-366-1948.
A community-wide educational event designed for adults interested in interfaith programming. Temple Beth El hosts the Comparative Religion Series annually in partnership with MeckMIN.
An example of recent topics:
- In the Beginning: Exploring the Origin Stories of Faith
- The Path of Healing
- Spirituality: How Do You Connect With Your Higher Power?
- U.S. Minority Religions: Jewish, Islamic, and Buddhist perspectives on Religion and Politics
- Christian Approaches to Religion and Politics: Conservative Protestant, Liberal Protestant, and Roman Catholic Viewpoints
- The Vision of the Black Church: Civil Rights to Moral Monday
- Changing Legal Lines Across the Decades: Legal Experts on Religion and Politics
- Pews to Polls: The Use of Religion in Politics (Conservative Religious and Liberal Religious Politicians)
- How the Pendulum Swings: An Historical Overview on Religion and Politics
- Am I My Brother’s Keeper? Roots of Ethical Responsibility
The Ted and M.E. Hessberg Endowment helps to support community outreach programs. Donations may be made to these funds by making checks payable to: Temple Beth El -Ted and M.E. Hessberg Endowment.
In support of the LGBTQ community, we have passed a resolution regarding House Bill 2 (See Temple Beth El Resolution HB2).
In 2007 Temple Beth El not only formally acknowledged that abuse does happen in the Jewish community, but resolved to address it by becoming a “safe haven” – a community that promotes safety, justice and healing; and by working to end it through education and awareness (see Resolution on Domestic Abuse).