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5:30pm - Pre-neg 
6pm - Erev Shabbat Service
In Person or streamed to our Livestream Webpage, Facebook LIVE or YouTube channelOur primary time for community gathering for all ages! Reconnect with your TBE community and deepen your spiritual connection through a time of worship, prayer, sermon & reflection. All are welcome! 


Weekly Shabbat services are led from our movement's prayerbook, Mishkan T'filah: A Reform Siddur.

To learn more about Shabbat, click here!


saturday shabbat experiences

Various Dates & Times

While we no longer offer weekly Shabbat morning services at Temple Beth-El, we will offer a monthly Saturday Shabbat experience at different locations in town. Whether at a park, beach, restaurant, market, or the pier, there are many wonderful places we will gather and celebrate Shabbat together! Check out EVENTS webpage for the next Shabbat experience coming up!

life cycles



Every day is a celebration of creation. Every hour holds beginning and endings, passages and milestones, comings and goings, recoveries and illnesses, births and deaths. Judaism recognizes the significant and ordinary events of every day, week, month, year and lifetime with prayer, ritual, study and with community. The rituals that we use to mark the passage of time help us transform experiences of the everyday to moments of transcendent holiness. We wish to celebrate with you in the joyous times, and stand with you through said and painful events of life. 

Rabbi Mangold is always available to help guide our members throughout the life cycle, officiating at appropriate ceremonies and offering pastoral counseling upon request. Special COVID-19 restrictions may apply. Click above for Life Cycle Information.


The festivals are times of joy and celebration for our entire community at Temple Beth-El. Whether we are lighting the menorah at Chanukah, asking the four questions at Pesach, or responding to the call of the Shofar at Rosh Hashanah, we embrace the full cycle of the Jewish calendar with meaningful rituals and engaging opportunities to gather with your Temple family. 


To learn more about the Jewish Holidays please click here!

Tue, April 16 2024 8 Nisan 5784