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Most synagogue activities remain online.

All services, minyan, and educational events continue via Zoom.

NEWLY ADDED:  Select Saturday Shabbat services offered in-person with limited advance sign-ups (also on Zoom). Scroll down.

ALL Shabbat Services, pre-negs, & Minyanim are at the same Zoom link:   Meeting ID: 644 714 6026
DON'T LIKE ZOOM?  call in and listen on your phone:  (646) 558-8656      
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1) Check your latest temple email   OR
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Not a member?  Email one of our staff members with your full name for the password.

Friday Evening Shabbat Service

5:30 pm Pre-Neg (come early and schmooze!)
6:00 pm Service

Saturday Morning Shabbat Service

9:30 am Pre-Neg (come early and schmooze!)
10:00 am  Service

Reservations for In-person Services
10 am, Main Sanctuary (select dates below)
3330 Grove Ave.
Please use breezeway entrance (next to elevator)

Masks and social distancing required. We encourage you to be fully vaccinated.
Select number of people attending next to the date(s) you want to attend.
   Sat. May 15 10am Available Seats - 16 of 34 Left
   Mon. May 17 10am (Shavuot) Available Seats - 33 of 40 Left
   Tues. May 18 10am (Shavuot w/Yizkor) Available Seats - 35 of 40 Left
   Sat. May 22 10am Available Seats - 38 of 40 Left
We recommend that you are vaccinated but it is not a requirement.  However, if 100% of attendees report being vaccinated, we will be able to increase our maximum allowed attendance.

Sunday Morning Minyan

Every Sunday at 9am

Weekday Evening Minyanim

Click here Monday through Thursday at 5:45pm
Parsha Study: Every Tuesday at 7pm

Normally we wouldn’t encourage the use of digital technology on shabbat and festivals. But Jewish law has two important concepts relevant to our current circumstances: Pikuah nefesh doheh et ha-Shabbat, saving life takes precedence over Shabbat and holidays, and sha’at ha-dahak, a time of crisis, allowing normal rules to be suspended or altered as circumstances require. As such, we may temporarily do some things that would normally be forbidden so we can celebrate shabbat and holidays with friends and family. 

Temple Beth-El is a member of the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism. Read more here.
Tue, May 11 2021 29 Iyyar 5781