Visit Gift Shop before Passover

Visit our Gift Shop for your Passover needs, such at this beautiful Seder plate designed by Israeli artist Emanuel, paper goods, Kiddush cups, Matzah holders, serving plates and more. The Gift Shop will  be open during temple office hours and by appointment. For more details, call the temple office at 581-7891.

Rabbi Goldberg Presents Program on Jewish Musical Traditions

Saturday, March 14

Rabbi Geoffrey Goldberg will present Jewish Musical Traditions: The Musics of Liturgy and Life-Cycle, East and West on Saturday, March 14 at 8 pm at Temple Beth El. The program will feature explanations, examples, and discussion of the beautiful and distinct musical traditions of the Jewish liturgy worldwide.


12th Annual Jewish Food Festival Features Great Food and Artistry of Passover Exhibit

Join Temple Beth El for our 12th Annual Jewish Food Festival set for Sunday, May 3 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. The event will feature a delicious kosher feast of Jewish and Israeli foods plus gift items and Israeli jewelry for sale. The Temple’s Gift Shop will also be open during the Food Festival. There is no admission charge for the event which is open to the public.


Adult Education Program Focuses on Rare Haggadot

Tuesday, March 31

Are you starting to think about Passover? Would you like to view some haggadot used in centuries past? Then this Temple Beth El Adult Education program is for you.

Join us on Tuesday, March 31 at 4:30 pm for an opportunity to view a variety of rare haggadot at the Franklin & Marshall College Special Collections Library, led by librarian Christopher Raab at F&M.


Jewish Food Festival – 2015

Temple Beth El presents the 12th Annual Jewish Food Festival on May 3, 2015 from 11am – 6pm. Click for more information and a $1 off coupon.