Temple Beth El is the only synagogue in the Historic Triangle. We are an unaffiliated congregation, with members from a wide variety of Jewish backgrounds. We use the prayerbook published by the Reconstructionist movement, and our Rabbi, David Katz, is a graduate of the Reconstructionist movement’s seminary.
Shabbat services are usually held every Friday night at 7:30pm, and every Saturday morning at 10am. Once each month, our family-friendly service, Shabbat Kulanu/Shabbat For All Of Us – starts at 6:30pm. Please check our calendar for information about this week’s services and other events.
- SIMCHAT TORAH AND TBE SCHOOL CONSECRATION – THIS FRIDAY, STARTING AT 7pm
On Friday night, October 13th, at the special starting time of 7:00 PM we will be celebrating both Simchat Torah and Consecration for our new TBE School students. Come dance with the Torahs! Please bring wrapped candy and a dessert to share for the Oneg.
- SHABBAT KULANU
Shabbat Kulanu/Shabbat For All Of Us is our family-oriented service. Usually taking place on the third Friday night of each month, the service starts at 6:30pm. and features guitar-playing, dancing, a puppet show, and pizza afterwards. Shabbat Kulanu is ideally for children eight and under, although many adults report it’s their favorite service, too!
Click here for the Shabbat Kulanu schedule for the upcoming year.