Erev Shabbat Services generally begin at 7:00 p.m. each Friday night, except during the summer, when they begin at 6:30 p.m. We recommend that you check the online calendar or the Bulletin to verify all service times. An Oneg Shabbat always follows services.

Torah Study takes place every Saturday at 9:15 a.m. This class is open to all congregants. No preparation is necessary, and no knowledge of Hebrew is required.

Shabbat morning services take place each week at 10:30 a.m.

Other service to note
       Periodic Havadalah, check the calendar

At Temple Beth-El, women and men participate equally in all religious services. Wearing of tallit and/or kipah is optional; both are available at the entry to our sanctuary and chapel for use during services.

Shabbat for Everyone

Blogging about Shabbat
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Recommended Reading and Music for Shabbat
Enjoy these selections from URJ Books and Music.

18 Little Things You Can Do For Shabbat
Ideas for Celebrating!

Celebrate Shabbat at Home
Celebrating shabbat at home with family and friends creates a warm and wonderful end to your week. Saying or singing blessings over family, candles, wine and challah helps make it sacred. Enjoy this guide from Larchmont Temple, NY. Shabbat Shalom!