Celebrating sacred time is a focal point for our Temple family. Whether joining together weekly to celebrate Shabbat, marking the liturgical cycle on holidays, or observing milestone moments in the lives of our congregants, the physical and spiritual sanctuaries of Temple Beth El provide a place to gather for inspiration, comfort, and connection – with fellow congregants and with God.
Our Shabbat and holiday/festival services offer something for everyone, with family-focused, traditional, and creative Jewish services. We use the Reform Movement’s prayer book, Mishkan T’filah, supplemented with readings, music, and commentary to uplift and inspire our congregation.
Shabbat worship is the highlight of our week, where music lifts our souls and meditative moments bring us to a sense of mindful awareness.
Our Shabbat Schedule
Shabbat Greeters Needed
Our volunteer greeters will help provide a warm welcome and a safe space for all congregants and guests who enter our spiritual home. Creating a positive Temple experience supports our continuing engagement efforts where every person who walks through our doors feels at home. You will be that familiar face and warm welcome to our congregants and guests.
If you are interested in becoming a greeter, please watch the training video here. Please then use this button below to sign up for all slots that you are available to volunteer. The time slots specify what time you need to arrive at TBE.
Questions? Please contact Nathalie Friedlander, Operations Manager.