At the core of Temple Beth-El is our worship experience—our connection with God and with thousands of years of religious practice. Temple Beth-El embodies the traditions and vitality of thetorahs colorful art rs Reform Movement as it strives to meet the spiritual needs of today’s progressive Jew.

Temple Beth-El’s worship style—accessible and inclusive—enriches the heart, mind and spirit of all who attend. The Temple’s dynamic clergy team leads the congregation in fulfilling our spiritual mission. Under the direction of Senior Rabbis Meir and Tara Feldman, the clergy provide prayerful, warm, inspirational and insightful services on Shabbat (erev and morning services), festivals, holidays, and High Holy Days. Rabbi Meir and Rabbi Tara Feldman are joined by Associate Rabbi Elle Muhlbaum, Cantor Vladimir Lapin, Cantor Emeritas Lisa Hest, and Rabbi Emeritus Jerome K. Davidson D.D., who together lead our temple members along life’s sacred path.

Services at a glance:

  • Every Friday evening at 7 p.m., except in summer when the services begin at 6:30 p.m. 
  • Every Shabbat Morning, 10:30 a.m.
  • Periodic Havdalah (check the calendar)
  • Tuesday and Thursday mornings, 7-7:30 a.m. (check the calendar)