September 30, 2014   6 Tishrei 5775

Temple Beth-El, Jersey City, NJ

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We have an open door policy at all services. No charge. Read about our welcoming services here>>> and then request your complimentary tickets

Whether you are new to the area or just ready to re-connect to your Jewish roots, we’re here for you. Single? Young couples? Empty Nesters? Families? Seniors? LGBTQ? We strive to be a caring community not only on the High Holy Days, but every week of the year.

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Interior of main sanctuary (photo by Leo Ferreira)

Click here to see more photos of our beautiful 1926 sanctuary.

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Temple Beth-El is the Reform Jewish congregation of Jersey City, across the Hudson River from New York City. Our temple has long been known for the friendliness, enthusiasm, and community involvement of its members, as well as its impressive 1920's-era synagogue.

A Reform congregation and a member of the Union for Reform Judaism since 1914, Temple Beth-El was founded in 1864 on York Street, in downtown Jersey City. In 1925-6, we built and moved into our magnificent sanctuary at what is now the corner of Harrison Avenue and Kennedy Boulevard.

We are a small, liberal congregation. Diversity is one of our strengths. Our joint religious school (with Temple Beth Am of Bayonne) serves families from a half-dozen cities along the Western bank of the Hudson. Interfaith, multi-ethnic, single parent, gay and lesbian families are warmly welcomed. Come visit, and see how perfectly you will fit into this community.

Temple Beth-El is honored to support the Hudson Jewish Community Forum.
Participate in the preservation and celebration of a rich, vibrant, diverse Jewish community in Hudson County.

Visit www.hudsonjewish.org for more information.

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TEMPLE BETH-EL's K-8 Religious School began September 14, but we still have room

If you or someone you know are looking for an opportunity for your children to experience the richness of Jewish tradition, music, story and engagement with Jewish values, this is the school for you. Read more here>>>


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Upcoming Events at Temple Beth-El  
October 2014
10/03 -  Kol Nidre - Erev Yom Kippur (7:30 PM)
10/04 -  Morning Service - Yom Kippur (10:00 AM)
10/04 -  Family Service - Yom Kippur (1:30 PM)
10/04 -  Music & Private Prayer (1:30 PM)
10/04 -  Yizkor Service - Yom Kippur (3:00 PM)
10/04 -  Afternoon Service - Yom Kippur (4:00 PM)
10/05 -  Religious School (9:30 AM to 12:00 PM)
10/11 -  Torah Study - Verse by Verse (9:30 AM to 10:30 AM)
10/11 -  Shabbat Morning Worship (10:30 AM to 11:30 AM)
10/12 -  Religious School (9:30 AM to 12:00 PM)
10/15 -  Simchat Torah Service (7:00 PM)
10/17 -  Shabbat Evening Service (8:00 PM)
10/18 -  Torah Study - Verse by Verse (9:30 AM to 10:30 AM)
10/18 -  Shabbat Morning Worship (10:30 AM to 11:30 AM)
10/19 -  Religious School (9:30 AM to 12:00 PM)
10/24 -  Shabbat Evening Service (8:00 PM)
10/25 -  Torah Study - Verse by Verse (9:30 AM to 10:30 AM)
10/25 -  Shabbat Morning Worship (10:30 AM to 11:30 AM)
10/26 -  Religious School (9:30 AM to 12:00 PM)
10/31 -  Shabbat Evening Service (8:00 PM)
November 2014
11/01 -  Torah Study - Verse by Verse (9:30 AM to 10:30 AM)
11/01 -  Shabbat Morning Worship (10:30 AM to 11:30 AM)
11/02 -  Religious School (9:30 AM to 12:00 PM)
11/07 -  Shabbat Evening Service (8:00 PM)
11/08 -  Torah Study - Verse by Verse (9:30 AM to 10:30 AM)
11/08 -  Shabbat Morning Worship (10:30 AM to 11:30 AM)
11/09 -  Religious School (9:30 AM to 12:00 PM)
11/14 -  Shabbat Evening Service (8:00 PM)


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