Temple Beth-El is as much a community resource as it is a house of worship, and we want to serve in much the same capacity online. Below are a collection of online resources for information on Judaism, Reform Judaism, Israel, the Jewish Community in the US, and on matters of importance to all people.
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Union for Reform Judaism (URJ)
Temple Beth-El is affiliated with the URJ. The URJ site is a comprehensive mix of information on the programs, instructional courses, and services they provide.
Temple Beth-El is a Reform congregation. At the Reform Judaism site you can find out the extensive definitions of Reform Judaism. As the author of this site says, "The word 'Reform' in the name of our Movement is a recognition that reform is part of our way of life, as it has been for Jews throughout the centuries. "
Our Rabbi, Debra Hachen, D.D., is a longtime member of the Central Conference of American Rabbis (CCAR). Its members are the body of rabbis who are organized rabbinate of Reform Judaism.
Women of Reform Judaism
The Women of Reform Judaism site is the women's agency of Reform Judaism. Their site is a comprehensive collection of information pertaining to women of all walks of life, but especially Reform Jewish women.
Hebrew Union College - Jewish Institute of Religion
Our student cantors are educated in their craft at Hebrew Union College.
American Conference of Cantors
Founded in 1953, the American Conference of Cantors is a thriving professional organization that currently represents over 450 cantors in North America and around the world as k'lei kodesh (holy vessels), serving the diverse needs of K'lal Yisrael (the Jewish people).The ACC exists to support its members in their sacred calling as emissaries for Judaism and for Jewish music.
An interactive Jewish calendar for events and holidays.