Other Learning

Jewish learning doesn't stop at B'nai Mitzvah!

List of Upcoming Adult Education Events


 Continuing Education

In the spirit of lifelong learning, Beth El offers a variety of educational opportunities for Jewish learners of all ages. Our goal is to provide engaging, adult educational opportunities and creative, alternative Shabbat experiences. We hope you can join us! Learn more.

South Hills Jewish Community High School  (SHJCHS)

We strive to keep our post B’nai Mitzvah teens connected to their Judaism and to each other. The South Hills Jewish Community High School, which is open to all South Hills Jewish teens regardless of affiliation, provides exciting opportunities for new social connections and expanded learning. Teens are engaged through a variety of interesting and relevant classes as well as through social programming.  Learn more.

Scholarships

At any given time, there are many scholarships open to students in the Pittsburgh area interested in continuing their education.  Learn more.

Learn our Services

We have an extensive library of mp3 recordings covering Friday Evening Shabbat Services, Saturday Morning Shabbat Services (Preliminary Service, Shacharit, Torah Service, Musaf) and Friday Evening Shabbat Dinner at Home. Learn more.

Read Torah

Have you ever wanted to learn to read Torah Trope?  We have the basics to get you started!  Learn more.

Read Haftarah

Our vast library of mp3 recordings is an excellent resource for Haftarah readers. Learn more.

Donate to a Fund

Honor or Remember a Loved One with a Donation!

Recent blog posts

Morning Minyan 2: “Not instead of me but beside me”

Milt Wolf:  Back around 1978 I used to go to minyan downtown or in Squirrel Hill, and Sam Balk told me that Beth El was just starting their minyans up again.  So that’s when I started going to the minyan at Beth El.  I was not a member yet. Now I’m a dual member at…

Read More
Read more

Delphine & Alan: Beth El’s Rabbis Made the Difference

We are brand new members as of September 2016. We were not members anywhere before.  We’ve been in Pittsburgh for 7 years. My father passed 2 and a half years ago in France, where I am from originally, and about a year and half after his passing, I had a lot of questions. Alan and…

Read More
Read more

Jacqueline Radin: Beth El Friendships Last a Lifetime

It’s nearly impossible for me to pick just one memory from my experience at Beth El.  I went to preschool at Beth El, went through Religious School and had my Bat Mitzvah here, was an active member of Kadima and USY, and now work with our Hebrew school and Kadima.  Looking back, what stands out…

Read More
Read more