a spiritual family

We learn together, we laugh together, we pray together, we sing together, we grow together

 

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Choosing...

where to worship, learn and celebrate is a big decision.  There's no better way to learn more about us than joining us, commitment-free, for a Friday night Shabbat worship, monthly dinner before services and our vibrant and enthusiastic Torah studies twice a month or another upcoming event.

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Worship with us

We are a small congregation led by our dynamic rabbi and cantor as well as committed volunteers who share their expertise in chanting Torah and co-leading services. We welcome participation on all levels - singing, chanting, discussing, and challenging ideas presented at Torah Study.  We welcome Interfaith families and congregants of all backgrounds and ages.

Celebrate with us

HIGH HOLIDAYS

~~Erev Rosh Hashanah

   Sunday, September 9

~~Kol Nidre

    Tuesday, September 18

~~Yom Kippur

   Wednesday, September 19

CHAI Religious/Hebrew School

Can a Hebrew school really be engaging and meaningful? YES!

Giving to Beth El

Beth El relies on the generosity of the community. There are many ways to participate and many ways to give.


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Shlach Lecha

Sermon by Rav Ben Goldberg

Last Sunday, I had the incredible good fortune to stand under the chuppah with Daniel, as we were married according to the laws of Moses and Israel. In our wedding ceremony, we attempted to balance all of the different elements that make up who we are. On the one hand, the ceremony and reception were both very Jewish events. They had all of the recognizable elements of a Jewish wedding: a rabbi, a chuppah, a marriage contract, a horah dance. We even did the mother-son dance to “Sunrise, Sunset.”

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