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  • Calendar of Events
  • The Spiritual Power of Chanting

    Temple Beth El - Schaefer Family Campus 333 SW 4th Avenue, Boca Raton, FL

    Join Rabbi Amy Grossblatt Pessah and Cantorial Soloist Michelle Auslander Cohen as we explore the power of music and chant. During our three-part series, we will discuss how music helps us connect to our souls in a way that words just aren’t able to. We will learn several chants, practice them, and then allow the […]

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    Introduction to Judaism

    Temple Beth El - Schaefer Family Campus 333 SW 4th Avenue, Boca Raton, FL
    Hybrid Hybrid Event

    Interested in a deeper understanding of the basics of Jewish life or thinking about converting to Judaism? Then Temple Beth El’s Introduction to Judaism class might be for you. This 18-session weekly course taught by our clergy with other experts in the community covers topics such as holidays, customs, life-cycle events, values, theology, prayers and […]

    Shabbat Evening Services: Vayigash – A Meditation on Forgiveness

    Temple Beth El - Schaefer Family Campus 333 SW 4th Avenue, Boca Raton, FL
    Hybrid Hybrid Event

    In our Torah portion, Joseph reunites with his brothers and restores the bonds of his family. We reflect this evening on the power of forgiveness and how even when relationships fracture, there is still hope for reconciliation and renewal. Join us in person* at the Schaefer Family Campus or watch online. *All in person attendees […]

    Bar Mitzvah of Charlie Goodman

    Temple Beth El - Schaefer Family Campus 333 SW 4th Avenue, Boca Raton, FL
    Hybrid Hybrid Event

    Watch on our livestream.

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    Beyachad Teen

    Temple Beth El - Schaefer Family Campus 333 SW 4th Avenue, Boca Raton, FL

    Teens and their adults spend 6 Sunday evenings together over the year to talk about social issues that face us today. Using the Broadway play and soon to be feature film, Dear Evan Hansen, we will explore ways to increase communication while focusing on the Jewish lens. *Beyachad means together in Hebrew.

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    Introduction to Judaism

    Temple Beth El - Schaefer Family Campus 333 SW 4th Avenue, Boca Raton, FL
    Hybrid Hybrid Event

    Interested in a deeper understanding of the basics of Jewish life or thinking about converting to Judaism? Then Temple Beth El’s Introduction to Judaism class might be for you. This 18-session weekly course taught by our clergy with other experts in the community covers topics such as holidays, customs, life-cycle events, values, theology, prayers and […]

    Shabbat Evening Services: Vayechi – Living Your legacy

    Temple Beth El - Schaefer Family Campus 333 SW 4th Avenue, Boca Raton, FL
    Hybrid Hybrid Event

    In this final portion of the Book of Genesis, Jacob looks back on his life and the legacy he leaves. This Shabbat, we will explore ways that we can consider our legacies now, in the fullness of life, and live each day with our legacy in mind. Join us in person* at the Schaefer Family […]

    Bat Mitzvah of Mya Wolfberg

    Temple Beth El - Schaefer Family Campus 333 SW 4th Avenue, Boca Raton, FL
    Hybrid Hybrid Event

    Watch on our livestream.

    Bar Mitzvah of Jake Altschuler

    Temple Beth El - Schaefer Family Campus 333 SW 4th Avenue, Boca Raton, FL
    Hybrid Hybrid Event

    Watch on our livestream.

    Live on the Lawn with Dan Nichols and Friends

    Temple Beth El - Schaefer Family Campus 333 SW 4th Avenue, Boca Raton, FL

    FREE concert exclusive for Temple Beth El members! Featuring Dan Nichols and our Cantorial Team: Cantor Lori Brock, Cantorial Soloist Michelle Auslander Cohen, and Cantorial Soloist Jake Harris Join us on the back lawn for a fun afternoon full of folk, rock and pop Jewish and Secular music! Bring your lawn chair or blanket, limited […]

    Shabbat Evening Services: Navigating the Larger Culture as a Minority

    Temple Beth El - Schaefer Family Campus 333 SW 4th Avenue, Boca Raton, FL
    Hybrid Hybrid Event

    Early Service! As our Christian neighbors celebrate their holy season, how can we authentically share in our larger culture while preserving our Jewish identities? Join us in person* at the Schaefer Family Campus or watch online.   *All in person attendees must wear a mask, regardless of vaccination status.