fbpx
2024 Project Nuremberg Lawyers Luncheon
Friday, May 3 at 12:00 pm
Welcome to
Temple Beth El

We welcome those who are seeking to live and support a modern Jewish life.

Our purpose is to enrich lives by generating bonds of love through exceptional Jewish experiences.

Schaefer Family Campus Temple Beth El of Boca Raton
Temple Beth El
Stands with Israel

Learn more about different ways you can support Israel, including joining our Israel Response Task Force, staying in contact with lonely and anxious elderly Israelis through Bridge of Hearts, supporting Israeli organizations, and more.

Connect

Build community and make lifelong friends. Through participation in groups like Sisterhood, Brotherhood, Parenthood, Young Jewish Professionals, Beth El Circles or Beth El Chavurot, or by developing family friendships through Religious School or the Early Learning Center, you will find your people!

Get to know our clergy through deep conversations or at fun social events. Here at Temple Beth El, you will strengthen connections to each other, to our community and to the ongoing story of the Jewish people.

Learn

One of the most important elements of Jewish life has always been learning.

We not only learn for ourselves, but we pass on the lessons of Torah and tradition from generation to generation.

We strive to create educational programs for ages 0 through 100+ that spark curiosity, strengthen intellect and build Jewish identity and community.

Jewish Life

What is Jewish life, if not a combination of tradition, spirituality, culture, food, and knowledge?

Whether you define “Living Jewish” as attending Shabbat services, taking a Hebrew language class, sending your children to religious school, or gathering together with your Temple family for a delicious holiday meal, there is a way for you to feel connected and at home, living Jewishly with Temple Beth El.

Meet others with a passion for Social Justice, Social Action and Tikkun Olam/Healing the World.

Upcoming Events at Temple Beth El of Boca Raton

Essential Questions Podcast

Each episode poses an essential question to remarkable people in the Jewish world and in our community.

Beth El
On Demand

If you miss a service or program, many are available afterwards on our On Demand page.

From The Blog

The 49 days between Passover and Shavuot are called the Omer, and represent our journey from redemption to revelation, where we receive the gift of Torah. These days are seen as…

Years ago, while pursuing a career in opera, every coach and conductor I worked with told me my voice was perfect for La Bohème. I spent hundreds of hours in…

The words we use to remember and honor the memory of our loved ones are found in the Mourner’s Kaddish. It mentions nothing of death. It asks us only to acknowledge…

The 49 days between Passover and Shavuot are called the Omer, and represent our journey from redemption to revelation, where we receive the gift of Torah. These days are seen as…