• Kavanah v’Ahavah
    Kavanah v’Ahavah Our Congregational Shema: Inspire through purpose. Be known by love.
  • Avodah
    Avodah Observing tradition in a relevant and meaningful way
  • Torah
    Torah Torah, the foundation of our faith, is taught with joy and enthusiasm
  • Beit T'filah
    Beit T'filah Beth-El has served as a house of prayer for progressive Judaism since 1928
  • Tikkun Olam
    Tikkun Olam When we take even the smallest of steps to repair the world, we are helping to complete God's work
  • K'hilah Kedoshah
    K'hilah Kedoshah Members of our sacred community reach out to support and nurture one another

WELCOME TO TEMPLE BETH-EL OF GREAT NECK

chanukah challahFor over 2,300 men, women, and children Temple Beth-El is home.  Temple Beth-El is a place where we come to pray, celebrate and learn. It is a place where minds are open, friends are made, tradition is honored, and change is welcome.  It is a place of solace and sanctuary, reflection and rejoicing, song and study.  We encourage participation and respect individual choices. We seek to meet the spiritual and educational needs of a diverse Jewish community in a caring, innovative Reform temple. We welcome you to learn more about us.

HOT LINKS INTO OUR COMMUNITY

Gift Membership Program

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We want to welcome you!  Temple Beth -El has been a pillar of the Great Neck community for the past 90 years.  In recognition of this anniversary, we invite you to share in the richness, the warmth, and the community of our Temple Beth-El family by becoming a member with our Gift Membership Program. Learn more about it here and check your eligibility or call us directly at (516) 487-0900 and ask for Amanda Greenawalt.

High Holy Day Tickets & More

Save a Tree in the New Year.
No paper mailing - we are moving High Holiday forms online to Chaverweb! What's Chaverweb? It's our online database where all your information, payments, and requests are logged; now you have access to it!  Your High Holiday Donations, Tickets and Book of Remembrance Listings are all there too.  Click Here to access your Chaverweb account or visit the Chaverweb How to Page for more infor.  If needed you can aslo print and mail in standard HHD Ticket and Book of Remembrance forms at home. Review the 2016/5777 Book of Rememberance Here. Questions? Call us at (516) 487-0900

Chaverweb & Helpful Quick Links

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Log in to your ChaverWeb Account View Here
Live Streaming of Services View Here
Let's Plan a Great Event at TBE Form Submit Here
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TBE Travels to Israel

SunsetOverJerusalemJEWS ARE BRILLIANT AT TRANSCENDING TIME AND SPACE. We are Olympic champions at creating memories that travel across continents and through millennia. Join the Feldmans and other members of the TBE family on our congregational trip to Israel. Grandparents and grandchildren, friends and relatives are most welcome.  From the mountaintop heights of Masada to the depths of the Dead Sea (the lowest spot on earth), from the spiritual highs of the Western Wall to the pains of the security fence, from the beaches of Tel Aviv to the hilltops of the Golan Heights, we will create a lifelong memory.  Whether it’s a family trip or a bar/ bat mitzvah at the Kotel in Jerusalem or the celebration of a life moment, join us on this fantastic journey back home. Please be in touch with Rabbi Meir and/or Dafna Weintraub at (516) 487-0900 ext 116 if you are interested in learning more or ready to register to go. Learn more about the itinerary & cost here.

Great-Full, Social Action at TBE

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Great-Full is Temple Beth-El's new Social Action program. Our mission is to feed, clothe, and support all of Great Neck so that our neighbors are never without basic human needs with the support of our congregation. Want to get involved? Donate Online, call, or email us to get involved in this initiative or for access to our resources for you or someone you know. Our next lunch packing event will be Thursday, August 17, 2017 at 7:30 PM. 

Jewish Yoga School

Yoga Video

Watch as Rabbi Tara Feldman and Registered Yoga Teacher Sharon Epstein describe the meaningful connections between prayer, Torah, and Yoga. The Jewish Yoga School at Temple Beth-El offers weekly classes in addition to selective Shabbat Morning Yoga Prayer.  Fall Program Offerings currently include Awaken Yoga and a special sukkot program.  Please check the website calendar for changes or addtions. (Background soundtrack: "Modeh Ani" by Cantor Helen Jagoda.)

        

 

Upcoming Events

20Sep
Sep.20.2017 12:00pm - 12:00pm
Temple Offices Close at Noon
21Sep
Sep.21.2017
Temple Office Closed
20Sep
Sep.20.2017 8:00pm - 10:00pm
Erev Rosh Hashanah
21Sep
Sep.21.2017 7:00am - 7:45am
Weekday Morning Service
21Sep
Sep.21.2017 10:00am - 1:00pm
Rosh Hashanah
21Sep
Sep.21.2017 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Tashlich at Steppingstone Park
22Sep
Sep.22.2017
Temple Office Closed
22Sep
Sep.22.2017 10:00am - 12:00pm
Second Day of Rosh Hashanah
22Sep
Sep.22.2017 7:00pm - 8:00pm
Erev Shabbat Service
23Sep
Sep.23.2017 9:15am - 10:15am
Torah Study
23Sep
Sep.23.2017 10:30am - 12:00pm
Shabbat Morning Service
24Sep
Sep.24.2017 11:00am - 12:00pm
Memorial Service at Beth Moses
25Sep
Sep.25.2017 7:30pm - 9:00pm
Adult Ed - Italy or Eat-aly?
26Sep
Sep.26.2017 7:00am - 8:00am
Weekday Morning Service & Study
26Sep
Sep.26.2017 9:30am - 11:00am
Jewish Yoga