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- We can help you with technology to connect to these events! Call Shari (610-597-4400), firstname.lastname@example.org
- We are here to help! In these times, please, if you are feeling anxious and need someone to talk to, call Rabbi Re'em through the synagogue office, 610-435-3521, or email: email@example.com
- If you need help with physical logistics (food, appointments, etc.) contact Michelle Rohrbach, 610-435-3521 or firstname.lastname@example.org
- If you, or anyone in your family has contracted the coronavirus and been in the shul recently, we ask that you confidentially contact Michelle Rohrbach, 610-435-3521 or email@example.com
It is the mission of Temple Beth El to be a welcoming, egalitarian congregation which strives to meet the diverse spiritual, religious, educational and social needs of its members within the framework of Conservative Judaism.
Our congregation rests on the three pillars of Torah/Study, Avodah/Prayer and Gemilut Hasadim/Acts of Loving Kindness.
Temple Beth El promotes Jewish growth through life-long learning from childhood through adulthood.
Our synagogue provides participatory and inclusive prayer experiences. Inspirational services offer a path that brings us closer to each other and to God.
The congregation is dedicated to providing a nurturing environment in which members of all generations feel at home and share each other's simchas and sorrows. In the spirit of Tikun Olam, together the congregation embraces the larger community in which we live, the Jewish people and the State of Israel.