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Click the image above to see last year's list to let us know you would like to continue it as is, make changes or submit a new listing by Sunday, September 4. 

This year we are returning to a printed Book of Remembrance and will not offer a Visual Book of Remembrance.
Names listed are complementary and donations are accepted. If you would like your loved ones' photo in the printed
Book of Remembrance, we encourage a nominal donation from the heart of $18 but donations of any amount are
greatly appreciated. 

Submission deadline for the Book of Remembrance is Sunday, September 4.


This event is fully booked! To be placed on a waiting list for any cancellations, please contact Tovah Feld at Tovah@TempleBeth-El.com

Enjoy a Torah conversation over brunch with your TBE family & Rabbi Mangold. This experience is sponsored by the Sher Family Endowment for Education, Innovation & Support.

We will begin at 10am at The Hangar Restaurant located at Albert Whitted Airport, Second Floor, 540 1st St SE, St. Petersburg, FL 33701. Temple Beth-El will be covering food costs but will not pay for parking. 


Registration is required by August 11 and space is limited. Click the image above to register.

Join the Boomers on a private guided tour of the Museum of the American Arts & Crafts Movement on Thursday, August 18. The tour is $20 per person and there is a lunch for an additional charge.



Our Book Club meets the 4th Wednesday of every month in the Sembler Family Library at 11am.

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Space is limited and registration is required. Click the image above to register. 

The imperative to pursue justice, answers to the questions of why we do it and how we can do our part, permeate the Torah. Join Rabbi Jenn Mangold and Emeritus Rabbi Michael Torop as they alternate on a fortnightly study of that week’s
Torah portion through the lens of of social justice. Using the Reform Movement’s most recent publication, The Social Justice Torah Commentary, as a jumping off point, our encounter of ancient texts will be exceedingly relevant to injustices
of our 21st century world.

Purchase of the book before the series begins is strongly encouraged and recommended for courses. CLICK HERE to purchase The Social Justice Torah Commentary by Rabbi Barry H. Block.


Click the image above to see last year's list to let us know you would like to continue it as is, make changes or submit a new listing by Sunday, September 4. 

This year we are returning to a printed Book of Remembrance and will not offer a Visual Book of Remembrance.
Names listed are complementary and donations are accepted. If you would like your loved ones' photo in the printed
Book of Remembrance, we encourage a nominal donation from the heart of $18 but donations of any amount are
greatly appreciated. 

Submission deadline for the Book of Remembrance is Sunday, September 4.



Space is limited and registration is required. Click the image above to reserve your space. 

Enjoy a Torah conversation over brunch with your TBE family & Rabbi Mangold. This experience is sponsored by the Sher Family Endowment for Education, Innovation & Support.

We will begin at 10am at The Mill St. Pete located at 200 Central Ave, Unit 100, St. Petersburg, FL 33701.
Temple Beth-El will be covering food costs but will not pay for parking. 


Registration is necessary as space is limited. Click image above to register.

Join Rabbi Mangold & Cantor Pamela Siskin for a 2-session BYOLunch and Learn from 12pm to 1pm
in the Sembler Family Library.

Tuesday, Sep. 13 - Session 1 - Music
Join Cantor Pamela Siskin as we delve into the music of the High Holy Days and get inspired about the Days of Awe.

Tuesday, Sep. 20 - Session 2 - Liturgy
Prepare for the spirit of the High Holy Days by learning the meaning of the liturgy with Rabbi Jenn Mangold.

TBE Adult Education programs are sponsored by the Ruth Dikman Adult Education Fund. 


Meet us for a brief Selichot service and Havdalah in the TBE Sanctuary, where we change the Torah covers in preparation
for High Holy Days. Dessert and a conversation on forgiveness will follow service.



No registration needed. 

Sandwiched (pun intended) between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, take advantage of this Tashlich opportunity to cast away your sins (symbolically) and start the new year with a clean slate!


This is a beautiful story of two women, Laura and Sadie, decades apart whose lives and those of the once they love are centered on the goings on at the New York Public Library.

This small group is open to anyone anytime you'd like to join in. No registration necessary for in-person meetings!

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Registration is required. Click image above to register.

We are reversing the tradition of Tashlich, and cleansing human 'sins' (marine debris) in a collaborative environmental cleanup. Instead of casting away sins as is customary on Rosh Hashanah, let's reverse the process and remove our sins from the water and clean up our water fronts. This experience is in partnership with Tikkun HaYam - Repair of the Sea!


9am - TBE Section of Chapel Hill Memorial Park - 12905 Wild Acres Rd, Largo 33773
10am - TBE Section of Royal Palm Cemetery South - 101 55th St. S, St. Petersburg 33707


Registration is required as space is limited. Click image above to register.

This year's Social Justice Forum is a reflection on how we are all impacted by access to reproductive health care, albeit in different ways. Let's explore traditional wisdom on reproductive health and the ongoing work in the political and religious worlds vis-a-vis advocating for just access, all the while knowing that our own stories matter. Your story matters.


Registration is required as space is limited. Click the image above to register.

Connect to the values and virtues of Yom Kippur with a seated yoga and guided meditation session with Nan Walker.


Space is limited and food is being purchased therefore registration is required. Click the image above to register.

Finish the High Holy Days as we began them on Erev Rosh Hashanah! Let's break the fast together as a community with special catering by Chives!


No registration necessary. Rabbi Jenn Mangold will celebrate the holiday of Simchat Torah with our students during Sunday School, getting an up close look at the Torah. We will also honor or youngest students in a Consecration ceremony.



Pesha Lindauer, who has just suffered an ugly, acrimonious divorce, suddenly disappears. A day later, her husband goes after her, setting off a panic among the town elders. They send a woefully unprepared outcast named Yankel Lewinkopf out into the wider world to alert the Polish authorities.

This small group is open to anyone anytime you'd like to join in. No registration necessary for in-person meetings!

Mon, August 8 2022 11 Av 5782