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Temple Beth-El

Newcomer to the area? Seeking to reconnect to your Judaism? We are a vibrant inter-generational Reform congregation that brings together Jews from many backgrounds. Diversity is one of our strengths. Our members come from Hudson County and beyond, seeking Jewish community, learning, celebration and opportunities to better the world. Interfaith, multi-ethnic, single parent, gay, lesbian and transgender individuals and families are warmly welcomed. Come visit, and see how perfectly you will fit into this community.

 


And it was evening and it was morning, the first day…

A Jew’s day begins at sunset

Friday, February 21

7:30 – Shabbat Evening Service

Saturday, February 22

10:30  Shabbat Morning Service

Also, at 10:30, Tot Shabbat in the Social Hall with Rabbi Moritt and Cantor Wallach

Temple Beth-El’s members love to observe the mitzvah of Mishloach Manot – The giving of gifts of food to friends and strangers at Purim.  See how you can participate here:

https://betheljc.org/purim

Act soon.  The deadline is Feb. 27!

 


Take a Minute for a Mitzvah!
TBE Food Pantry – Wednesdays
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Family Promise returns February 9 –  16, 2020
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  • Terumah

    Terumah is Temple Beth-El’s Annual Voluntary Financial Commitment Program

    Terumah is the name of Temple Beth-El’s very popular approach to dues. In the Torah, terumah indicated a “free-will” offering, not a required one.
    We pride ourselves on removing barriers at Temple Beth-El as we welcome those of all backgrounds. Allowing members to set their own financial commitment opens the doors even wider to all, regardless of financial situation. Everyone may give as much as they are able and no one has to ask for reduced dues.
    Learn more about Terumah

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