Temple Beth El has joined with Temple Beth Torah to become The Reform Temple of Rockland, Spring Valley Campus. Rabbi Michael Churgel, Cantor Arlene Frank, and our lay leadership welcome you to join us.
Location: Paramount Country Club, 60 Zukor Road, New City, NY 10956
(Limited to first 120 paid golfers)
Checks must be received by July 15th. Checks and this LINKED FORM must be received by July 15th payable to: RTR Men’s Club, 415 Viola Road, Spring Valley, NY 10977 Att: Golf Committee
Tax-deductible Expense: TBE is a tax exempt organization under Internal Revenue Code Section 501(c)(3), so whether you are a golfer, sponsor or both, your participation is tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law. Thank you for making a difference for the next generation of leaders in our community.
Temple Beth El is excited to be participating in this year's Rockland Jewish Initiative New Member Grants program. Qualifying new members can receive up to a $500 grant towards synagogue membership or religious school tuition. This is for families with no synagogue affiliation in Rockland County within the past 3 years.
To take advantage of the offer, or to get a tour of our newly renovated facility, contact the Temple Office at (845)-356-2000. You can learn more at the Rockland Jewish Federation's website.
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.
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.
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