Temple Beth El is the largest Reform Jewish Congregation in the Rockland, and one of the larger ones in the Northern New Jersey region. Our new Rabbi Michael Churgel, Cantor Arlene Frank, and our lay leadership welcome you to join us.
In November, we welcomed Rabbi Michael Churgel as the 3rd Senior Rabbi in the history of Temple Beth El at a special installation service.
Our Temple Youth Group, SVFTY, hosted over a hundred Jewish Youth from the National Federation of Temple Youth's Garden-Empire (NJ-NY) Region. Our Hagigah Kallah was a huge success.
Welcome to the brand new Temple Beth El website. We're still working on building out parts of the site. If you find something wrong, send a note via our Contact form. Thanks! Photo credit
See our Purim 2014 Pictures! (more to come!)
Passover Yizkor services will be held at 6pm on Sunday night, April 20th, in the small chapel.
The small parking lot outside the office will be available for parking as well as some extra spaces close to the building for your convenience.
The Kosher Food Pantry is changing what it distributes to families to better meet nutritional guidelines. TBE has been asked to donate at least 50 cans of beans each month. Beans are a good source of protein and fiber.
Please donate bags of plain beans to the pantry - preferably low sodium. Examples include chickpea, kidney, black, pink, pinto, navy, and white beans. They must be kosher.
Drop bags off in the cabinet near the school entrance. If you have any questions, please call Sue Emanuel at 368-0274.
Welcome to the new website! If you find anything wrong, please use the contact form!
Our members and clergy welcome you to Temple Beth El, a 67 year-young Reform Jewish community located in central Rockland County, NY, serving Rockland and Northern New Jersey.
See photos from our 2013 Simchat Torah celebration as well as our youth group's 2013 Kallah.
Combined social, educational, religious and social action programs to create opportunities for the synagogue’s children to create lasting friendships. Learn more about SVFTY
Read more about what's going on in our synagogue and community.
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