DAILY MINYAN, SHABBAT, AND CHILDREN’S SERVICES
Inclusive. Relevant. Joyful.
PLEASE NOTE: In-person attendance is now open for most Beth El religious services. We will also continue to use Zoom to broadcast our services for those who are unable or choose not to attend in person. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for Zoom links or if you have any questions.
All in-person attendees must show proof of vaccination and wear a mask indoors regardless of vaccination status.
|Morning Minyan||Shabbat Services|
|Weekdays at 7:30 AM
Monday, Thursday & Sunday:
In-Person and Virtual
Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday: Virtual only
|Friday at 6 PM
Saturday at 10 AM
|Sunday at 8:30 AM|
We are a synagogue that prays, learns, and celebrates together. And you are always welcome to join us, participating as much or as little as you like.
PRE-COVID: As the preeminent Conservative synagogue in the area, our morning minyan is well attended seven days a week. A light breakfast follows services daily, with a hot sit-down breakfast served on Friday mornings and a wonderful oneg/Kiddush each Shabbat. Please join us — and stay for a nosh!
In Jewish tradition, a Siddur is more than a book; it is the living voice of G-d and the Jewish people. Siddur Lev Shalem blends Hebrew liturgy with contemporary English-language translations, explanatory materials, modern poetry, historical sources, meditations, and inspirational material. The introduction of this Siddur in our congregation places Beth El at the forefront of the Conservative movement in our area and around the country, and provides a unique opportunity for all of us to enhance our spirituality and religious experience at services.
Inscribe a personalized dedication in a Siddur Lev Shalem for a donation of $36 per book. Download the form.
Suspended until further notice: Every Shabbat and holiday, children up to age 6 can enjoy an interactive hour of song, prayer, story time, Shabbat blessings and food. Designed for preschool children and their parents/caregivers, it’s a fun & exciting way to nurture a lasting connection to Judaism. We hope you join us!