The library at Temple Beth-El

Senior Rabbi Meir Feldman (left) and Director
of Education Michael Witman


The Temple Beth-El Library serves the general reading and scholarly/ educational interests of the congregation, as well as the needs of the religious school. It holds a collection of approximately 5,000 volumes. The book collection includes both fiction and non-fiction; circulating and reference; adult, young adult and children’s resources. A computer terminal is available for complimentary access to the Internet, and includes the library’s catalog.

Learn how to dedicate a library book in honor of the simcha of a child.