Temple Beth Israel is a Reform Jewish congregation where members may freely explore and express their Judaism in an atmosphere of openness and tolerance. Our friendly, diverse and multi-generational community is:

Bet Midrash (A Community of Study) - Education is at the center of our congregational life, offering vibrant and thought provoking Jewish learning for adults, children and families.

Bet T'fillah (A House of Prayer) - Weekday, Shabbat and Holy Day services engage our members of all ages and provide worship experiences to meet the diverse needs of our community.

Bet K'nesset (A Place of Gathering) - We are a community of friends, coming together to celebrate life's joys, cope with life's challenges and work to improve the world.

At Temple Beth Israel the vitality of our present and the promise of our future grow from the roots of our history and tradition. We believe that Jewish life finds its best expression when lived within a community, and so we support each other and strive to create personal connections within our membership, with Israel and with the greater household of the Jewish people.

Highlights

FRIDAY NIGHT SHABBAT WORSHIP—
Join us on Friday night, July 25, 2014 at 8:15PM for Shabbat evening worship in the Lorge Sanctuary.

SHABBAT MORNING WORSHIP—
Shabbat morning worship will be held in the Lorge Sanctuary on Saturday, July 26, 2014 at 10:30AM.

CAMP TOURS AT OSRUI—
OSRUI will be holding a tour of camp this summer for Prospective Camper Families.  If you are considering sending your children to OSRUI during Summer 2015, come see OSRUI in action!  The next camp tour is on Sunday, July 27, 2014.  The tour begins at 1:00PM and takes about 2 hours.  Parents must email the camp at osrui@urj.org to make a reservation.   Please see the camp’s website for more information.  http://osrui.urjcamps.org/yearround/prospectivecampers/

 


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