Today is December 3, 2016 -
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.
Beth El offers outstanding Adult Education opportunities for our congregants. On Wednesday, November 16, at 7:30 pm, Rabbi David Ebstein, USCJ Scholar-in-Residence, will discuss, “Under the Knife (Intifada): The Desire for Revenge, A Measured Response to Unforgivable Acts of Cruelty.” Learn more. Rabbi Abraham will lead his class, “Ethics and Values: A Jewish Guide to Life’s Most Difficult Questions” November – January on Tuesday afternoons at Whole Foods and Wednesday evenings at Beth El. Learn more. Hazzan Krausman will soon lead another group of congregants in an Adult B’nai Mitzvah class. To learn more about this special opportunity, contact Hazzan. And for those who would like to eat and learn about delicious food, join us December 2-4 when Gourmet Chef and Author Laura Frankel comes to Beth El to cook and teach. Learn more.