On January 19, Rabbi David will begin our spring adult education series entitled “Mitzvah & Mysticism” – a six-month survey of Jewish holy doings (e.g. lighting Shabbat candles, affixing doorpost mezuzot, wearing a tallit) through both traditional and mystical lenses.
On Sunday, January 10, 2016, at 4:45pm ET, the TBE family gathered for a potluck and live viewing of the ordination of Rabbi Eva Sax-Bolder. TBE is proud to be a “training synagogue” for Jewish Renewal and ALEPH’s Ordination Program. TBE has been fortunate to have a series of interns …
Rabbi Shohama leads members and friends of “Your Shul by the Sea” in blessings and songs after President Paul Klein and a young assistant lit our community hanukkiah at Hawkins Street Park on Sunday evening.
On October 25th prominent film historian Lawrence Baron joined us for an engaging lecture and multimedia showing of film, music and humor about relationships among Christians and Jews.
Join your clergy and acclaimed Jerusalem maggid (storyteller) and Rebbetzin Emuna Witt-Halevi, longtime student of Shlomo Carlebach, for an evening of spiritual stories about Carlebach’s life and the spiritual life of the Holy City.
1st Dinner at Sukkot.
Shanah Tovah! All seekers were welcome to our free, inclusive, heart-centered High Holy Day services, blending tradition and innovation in the soulful style of Jewish Renewal. We hope the new year brings you health, happiness, and, above all, peace!
A marvelous and melodious finish to the week, led by our two rabbis, Shohama and David.
A Musical Welcome to Shabbat – on Friday eves at 7:30pm.
Join Rabbi Shohama and/or Rabbi David and our Band by the Sea as we usher in Shabbat and approach the High Holy Day season.
Temple Beth-El proudly embraces LGBT members and families, and were among the very first to solemnize same-sex marriages in New York. We adhere to the ALEPH (Jewish Renewal) statement of principles to uplift full inclusion and dignity for all.