• K'hilah Kedoshah

    K'hilah Kedoshah

    Members of our sacred community reach out to support and nurture one another
  • Tikkun Olam

    Tikkun Olam

    When we take even the smallest of steps to repair the world, we are helping to complete God’s work
  • Avodah


    Observing tradition in a relevant and meaningful way
  • Kavanah v’Ahavah

    Kavanah v’Ahavah

    Our Congregational Shema: Inspire through purpose. Be known by love.
  • Torah


    Torah, the foundation of our faith, is taught with joy and enthusiasm
  • Beit T'filah

    Beit T'filah

    Beth-El has served as a house of prayer for progressive Judaism since 1928
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As we celebrate our 90th anniversary – there is no better time to be a part of all that is happening at Temple Beth-El. 

Beth-El is home for more than 2,300 men, women, and children. We are a place where we come to pray, celebrate, and learn. It is a place where minds are open, friends are made, tradition is honored, and change is welcome; a place of solace and sanctuary, reflection and rejoicing, song, and study. As we seek to meet the spiritual and educational needs of a diverse Jewish community in a caring, innovative Reform temple, we encourage participation and respect individual choices. We welcome you to learn more about us.

  • Thank you to our TBE 90th Anniversary Gala Journal sponsors!


This Week at Beth-El

  1. Mon 27

    Brotherhood Memorial Day Parade & BBQ

    Brotherhood invites the entire Temple Family
    May 27 @ 8:30 am - 4:00 pm
  2. Tue 28

    CANCELLED Weekday Morning Service

    Tuesday Minyan Service Cancelled until further
    May 28 @ 7:00 am - 8:00 am
  3. Tue 28

    Jewish Yoga School – Spring Session

    Parshat Yoga Tuesdays, 9:30-10:45am Awaken with
    May 28 @ 9:30 am - 10:45 am
  4. Tue 28

    Board of Trustees Meeting & Annual Meeting

    7:00 pm Annual Congregational Meeting Immediate
    May 28 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
  5. Wed 29

    Silent Meditation

    May 29 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
  • Annual Brotherhood Plant Sale
    April 27 through May 27
    Visit Santelli Nursery located at 214 East Shore Road in Great Neck. Purchase all your garden needs and a percentage will go to The Brotherhood to support our programs and those in need. Please pay with a check made out to Temple Beth-El Brotherhood.

    Any questions contact Allan Lowenkron. Thank you in advance for your support.

    Erev Shabbat Kabbalat Service with Nava Tehilah
    Friday, May 17 | 7:00 PM
    TBE welcomes the incredible Jerusalem-based musicians of Nava Tehila for a rare appearance in the United States! Nava Tehila’s original compositions—alternately celebratory, meditative, joyful and reflective—are designed to be participatory with congregation or concert audience alike, with the end helping the spirit to soar.

    Shoes for a Cause – Band and Bag Shoes Get Together
    Tuesday, June 11 | 7:30 to 9:30 PM
    Temple Beth-El is collecting new and gently worn footwear through June 8 to help Holocaust survivors struggling to make ends meet. Funds2orgs.com will exchange these shoes for funds to help Holocaust survivors obtain money for foods and clothes.

    Help us reach our goal of 2,500 pairs by dropping off shoes, sneakers and cleats into the bin in the temple lobby.

    Please put your best foot forward and join us in the multipurpose room on Tuesday, June 11, from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. to help rubber band the shoes together and bag them, so they’re ready for pickup.

    Make a difference you can feel in your sole!

    For more information, contact Jaqui McCabe jmccabe@tbegreatneck.org

  • Click here to log into you TBE Member Chaverweb account.

    ChaverWeb Sign In


    ChaverWeb is a secure way for Temple Beth-El members to update personal and family information, view account information online, make dues payments and monetary donations to a variety of Temple funds.

    How to use ChaverWeb

    There are several important things you can do on the ChaverWeb site: update your information, view your account, make payments and donations, and register students for Religious School.

    Manage Your Membership Profile

    If you have recently moved, changed jobs, or changed your email address or phone number, we would appreciate it if you would let us know by clicking the “Manage Profile” button. We want to be able to keep in touch and the best way for us to do this is to have up-to-date information for all of our congregants.

    View Your Bill

    If you would like to see a list of entries and recent transactions on your account, click the “Account Status” button. Note that you can check the box to show only open items or all items. You can also click on the “Payments” tab to see recent payments we have received.

    Register Students for Religious School

    Click on the School Registration icon and follow the steps for the registration. You will first be asked to confirm contact information. Each child is registered separately to ensure that all information about the student is correct.

    Don’t forget to hit “Save” at the bottom of each page as you update!

    If the changes you are sharing with us involve a major life event, we hope you will also email us at Temple Beth-El so that the rabbis can reach out to you.

    Signing in to ChaverWeb for the first time

    If you’ve never signed in, contact us and we can send you an email that will contain a temporary password to allow you to log into ChaverWeb.

    Please contact Cari Horn, TBE Controller at 516-487-0900 with the email address you want us to use.

    chaverweb login icon

    1. Click the ChaverWeb logo above to to open ChaverWeb in a new window. You can also click the logo found in the footer on every page of this website.
    2. Enter your email address (email address for family account is Adult 1 — our default is adult male, if you are unsure please contact the office) and temporary password from the email.
    3. The next screen will allow you to set a new password. Enter the temporary password in “Current Password” and enter a new password where it says “Choose a New Password” and “Confirm Your New Password.”  NOTE: Password must contain at least seven characters, including at least one symbol (i.e.,!@#$%^&*).
    4. Click “Change Password.” You will be taken to a web page confirming your password has been changed.
    5. Click “Continue.”
    6. You will see a new web page with several options for interacting with your Temple Sinai account:
      • Manage Profile;
      • Change Password;
      • Account Status;
      • School Registration.

    Trouble logging in:

    If you are having trouble logging in, please try the following:

    On the log-in page, click “Forgot your username or password?”

    Your username is the email address of the person listed as Adult 1 in our records — our default is ‘adult male’ which may not match your account data. Please contact the Temple Beth-El office (516-487-0900) if you are unsure whose name is in the Adult 1 position.

    If you cannot remember your password, enter your email into the box marked “Enter your username to receive your password”. You will receive an email with a new temporary password. Follow the instructions above to reset your password to something you can remember.

    If you have tried all this and are still having trouble logging in, please call the Temple Beth-El office (516-487-0900).

  • Temple Beth-El is pleased to present our services to congregants and friends via live streaming. All Erev Shabbat, Shabbat morning, holiday, and festival services that take place in the Rabbi Jacob Philip Rudin Chapel and Main Sanctuary will be live streamed. View Here

  • Membership Mosaic
    We want to welcome you!  Temple Beth -El has been a pillar of the Great Neck community for the past 90 years.  In recognition of this anniversary, we invite you to share in the richness, the warmth, and the community of our Temple Beth-El family by becoming a member with our Gift Membership Program. Learn more about it here and check your eligibility or call us directly at (516) 487-0900.

  • great full web

    Great-Full is Temple Beth-El’s new Social Action program.  Its mission is to feed, clothe, and support all of Great Neck so that our neighbors are never without basic human needs.  We offer monthly meal preparation programs for those in need.  Want to get involved? Donate Online, call, or email us to get involved in this initiative or for access to our resources for you or someone you know.

  • Yoga Video

    For online registration, click here.

    Watch as Rabbi Tara Feldman and Registered Yoga Teacher Sharon Epstein describe the meaningful connections between prayer, Torah, and Yoga. The Jewish Yoga School at Temple Beth-El offers weekly classes in addition to selective Shabbat Morning Yoga Prayer.