At Beth El, we are a multi-generational congregation, where young and old pray. We offer a variety of prayer and spiritual experiences to meet the diverse spiritual needs of our community. We are also hands-on congregation, where members of all ages participate in our services by leading the prayers, reading from the Torah, and chanting Haftarot, and so much more. We are especially proud when those participating are our children and teenagers who have learned the necessary skills through the Spiegel Religious School and Beth El’s B’nai Mitzvah program.

Please join us!


Our traditional services embrace traditional liturgy and infuse in with feeling and meaning. For these services, Rabbis Amy and Alex provide spiritual insights as our talented congregants lead us in prayer and read the Torah portions and haftarot. Please click here for information about signing up to lead a service or read.

Weekly Shabbat Services

Friday evenings (Kabbalat Shabbat & Maariv) at 6:00 PM (multi-access)
Shabbat morning services at 9:30 AM (multi-access)

Shabbat services are also broadcast and can be watched on YouTube Live.

Daily Minyan

  • Monday and Thursday mornings at 7:00 AM (multi-access)
  • Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday at 7:00 AM (Zoom)
  • Monday through Thursday evenings at 6:00 PM (Zoom)
  • Sunday mornings at 8:30 AM (Zoom)

Musical Kabbalat Shabbat

Welcome Shabbat through a joyful celebration with uplifting music played by a special guest, Sheldon Low or Sue Horowitz. This program is generously sponsored by James and Cheryl Snyder.

Torah Yoga

Connect to the spirit Shabbat with gentle stretching, peace, and wholeness. Lead by Rabbi Amy and Yogi Haliel Selig. No prior yoga experience is required.

Held monthly, please check the calendar for times and dates.

For Children & Pre-teens

Junior Congregation

This special Shabbat morning service invites our religious school-aged children to experience Shabbat with learning, prayer, and fun.

Held approximately monthly. Information about this program is distributed directly to the families of school-aged children. Please contact the office to be added to the email list.

B’nai Mitzvah Club

This Shabbat morning experience offers our b’nai mitzvah students an opportunity to socialize, discussion current events and Judaism, and practice prayers in preparation for their b’nai mitzvah celebrations.

Held approximately monthly. Information about this program is distributed directly to the families of our b’nai mitzvah students. Please contact the office to be added to the email list.

Festival and Holiday

Please check the calendar for services and programming scheduled for holidays and festivals.

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