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Name the K’tanim dinosaur!

Our K’tanim students’ excitement for the first day of classes was heightened by the presence of an unexpected visitor. Straight from Jurassic Park, a very friendly Tyrannosaurus Rex showed up to greet students, staff, and … Read More

Meet our 5781 High Holy Day youth service leaders! 

L’shana Tovah to our families with children! No Beth El High Holy Day service experience would be complete without children’s services. Watch this video to meet our 5781 youth service leaders! 

High Holiday Family Porch Photos

Beth El Men’s Club will be offering porch family photos to all of our congregants, by appointment only, prior to the High Holidays. Sitting fee: $54/family, $18/individual. All proceeds will support the synagogue. To book … Read More

SAVE THE DATE – Sept. 13 Couple of the Year Annual Gala

When we postponed our Couple of the Year gala in March, we were hoping we’d be able to reschedule this fall to join together in person to celebrate and honor Robyn & Ari Hoffman. Unfortunately, … Read More

Returning to “normal,” safely!

In the midst of social-distancing guidelines due to COVID-19, our synagogue has continued to work together as a community to help inspire congregational prayer and support individuals achieve their personal milestones. We have accommodated virtual … Read More

Refuat Hanefesh: quarantine and mental health

A few weeks ago, I received a beautiful booklet from USY, Refuat Hanefesh – A Guide to Mental Health in Quarantine. Although some quarantine restrictions are gradually being lifted, I feel that having stayed away … Read More

Emma Speicher’s Ronald McDonald House Project

Hi, my name is Emma Speicher and with my family, we came up with the idea to raise money for the Ronald McDonald House. The Ronald McDonald House is where families stay while one of … Read More

Care packages for Jewish Senior Services

The residents of Jewish Senior Services are in isolation and JSS staff are working tirelessly to keep them safe and healthy — risking their own health in the process. Beth El’s Tikkun Olam Committee brings … Read More

Making a difference: Ways to help

Dear Friends, Many of us are looking for ways to make a difference during our time sheltering in place due to COVID-19. If you would like to get involved, with or without leaving your home, here … Read More

Keeping our community connected online

Even though we can’t meet in person, we can still get together virtually for spiritual and educational programming! Using livestream, Facebook Live and Zoom, Beth El’s professional staff will continue to connect with you during … Read More

Concerned about the coronavirus?

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