Today is January 21, 2017 -

Welcome to Beth El Synagogue

Beth El Synagogue is a welcoming spiritual resource for life-long egalitarian Conservative Jewish living. We provide education, religious services, celebrations of life-cycle events and support for our 450 plus member families. Beth El welcomes interfaith families, couples and individuals of all races, heritages, ethnicities and sexual orientations. We understand Jewish spirituality is a shared journey from which no one should be excluded.

Join us following Kabbalat Shabbat services on Friday, January 20 at 6 pm, for Shabbat dinner followed by a conversation on Israel with Jonathan Tobin and J. J. Goldberg. Tobin, senior online editor and chief political blogger of Commentary, and Goldberg, editor at large of The Forward will debate, “Left vs. Right: The Battle for Israel’s Soul.” There is no charge for dinner, but you must register to attend. To see if there is still space available, contact the office at 402-492-8550. Babysitting and children’s activities will be provided during the speakers. This evening is being sponsored by The Schwalb Center for Israel and Jewish Studies at UNO, Natan and Hannah Schwalb and Beth El Synagogue. Click here to learn more about Jonathan Tobin and J.J. Goldberg.

Featured Links

January Kol

ChaverWeb
Membership Directory

Beth El Business eDirectory
Online Business Directory

Cantor’s Concert:
Rising Stars of American Jewish Music

Sunday, March 26, 4 pm
To benefit the Seth Rich Memorial Camp Scholarship Fund

Voices of Beth El

Services

Weekdays:
7:00 am & 5:30 pm

Friday Night:
6:00 pm

Saturday:
9:30 am
Evening at Sunset

Sunday & Legal Holidays:
9:45 am & 5:30 pm

Candle Lighting & Saturday Evening Services Schedule

Weekly Yahrzeits

Beth El Welcomes Interfaith Families

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