Due to the Corona Virus, we are currently serving the needs of our members virtually. We stay connected to our Temple Beth El family members via Zoom.

Please join our Warm, Welcoming and Compassionate Community. We are a diverse Reform Temple Family, with members of different faiths, sexual orientations, gender identities and races. 



2021 Annual Plant Sale Fundraiser



The plants will be the same as usual, locally grown, hardy beautiful and plentiful. Visit http://tbect.org/plant-sale for more information.


Relay for Life
In memory of Rabbi Acrish, please consider signing up to support the
Relay for Life.
It is a fund raising event sponsored by the American Cancer Society.
Become a member ofTeam Acrish!
Walk and schmooze with your friends and support the ACS.
The Relay for Life will be held on
Saturday, June 5, 2021
Hopefully this will be an in person event but will also offer a virtual option.
Either way, we want to keep this team going and helping to support ACS in memory of Rabbi Acrish.
For more information, please click on the Relay for Life button below.

Growing & Fostering Our Jewish World

We are a congregation that supports a wide range of programs and activities for members of all ages.

We want to build a community based on inclusives, where everyone is welcome, regardless of age, marital status, sexual orientation, a Jew by birth or  by choice.

    Temple Beth El, “House of God”, is a Reform synagogue. While Reform in orientation, the Temple practices liberal Judaism within an atmosphere that is warm and traditional. The Temple, which is affiliated with the Union for Reform Judaism, strives to be a center for religious observance, for Hebrew and cultural education, and for family and social life.

    Temple Beth El is open year round to its congregants and many visitors. Celebration of each of the holidays on the Jewish calendar enables the congregation to experience and   become part of the history and traditions of Judaism, to share these with friends and neighbors, and to strengthen Jewish identity. For members drawn to activity and service there are ample opportunities for doing mitzvot for the Temple and our community through our Sisterhood and Men’s Club.

Upcoming Events

  1. Wed 21

    Board of Directors Meeting

    Apr 21 @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
  2. Wed 21

    Board of Directors Meeting

    Apr 21 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
  3. Fri 23

    Healing service

    Apr 23 @ 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
  4. Sun 25

    Sunday School

    Apr 25 @ 8:30 am - 11:30 am
  5. Fri 30

    Shabbat service

    Apr 30 @ 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
  6. Sun 02

    Sunday School

    May 02 @ 8:30 am - 11:30 am
  7. Fri 07

    Family Service

    May 07 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
  8. Sun 09

    Sunday School

    May 09 @ 8:30 am - 11:30 am


From the Union For Reform Judaism / Reform Movement

A Jewish Ecovillage Founder on Celebrating Earth Day in Ghana

A Jewish Ecovillage Founder on Celebrating Earth Day in Ghana kbkaput April 19, 2021

Isaac Hirt-Manheimer is the founder of Unity Ecovillage in Ghana, constructed according to eco-friendly principles that he learned while attending the Green Apprenticeship training program at Kibbutz Lotan in Israel.

A Bittersweet Reunion with the Shtisel Family

A Bittersweet Reunion with the Shtisel Family kbkaput April 13, 2021

Sometimes the acting ends in joy and other times the results are devastating. Ultimately, the writers and actors draw us into their stories so that we cannot deny that art can elicit understanding, peace, and even deep love.

7 Movie Stars Who Have Played Israeli Prime Ministers

7 Movie Stars Who Have Played Israeli Prime Ministers kbkaput April 12, 2021

Just a month after it was announced that the Israeli star Shira Haas would portray Meir in a TV series, The Hollywood Reporter revealed this week that Oscar winner Helen Mirren would portray Israel’s only female prime minister in an upcoming biopic.

The Eichmann Trial 60 Years Later: What Have We Learned?

The Eichmann Trial 60 Years Later: What Have We Learned? kbkaput April 9, 2021

April 11, 2021, marks the 60th anniversary of the opening of Adolf Eichmann’s trial, which coincided with the young Jewish state’s bat/bar mitzvah year of independence. These two events represent a microcosm of modern Jewish history.