At Beth El, men and women worship side by side, with all congregants counted for the minyan, called to the bimah for aliyah, and given the opportunity to read Torah.
USCJ Torah Sparks - Discussion Guide to the Weekly Torah Portion
Torah / Haftorah sign-up procedure
Click here to download the form. Please return to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Click here to view the Beth El Torah Reading Schedule
In Jewish tradition, a Siddur is more than a book, it is the living voice of G-d and the Jewish people. Siddur Lev Shalem blends Hebrew liturgy with contemporary language English translations, explanatory materials, modern poetry, historical sources, meditations and inspirational material. With the introduction of this Siddur in our congregation, Beth El will be in the forefront of the Conservative movement in our area and around the country. This is a unique opportunity for all of us to enhance our spirituality and religious experience at services.
You can inscribe a personalized dedication into the front of a Siddur Lev Shalem for a donation of $36 per book. Click here to download the form.
Torah blessings with translliteration
Torah Blessings learning video. Learn the Torah Blessings as you sing with Hazzan Brian Shamash and follow along with the text.
|SCHEDULE OF SERVICES
Monday - Friday
|Morning minyan is followed by breakfast daily. On Friday (during the winter months) we serve a hot sit-down breakfast.
|Shabbat Morning Services
||10:00 AM during winter; 9:00 AM during the summer
|Friday Evening (September - May)
Time may vary depending on programming. Please call the synagogue office at 203-374-5544 to confirm.
|Friday Evening - (June - August)
Weather permitting at Jennings Beach, otherwise at Beth El. Call to confirm if weather is questionable, 203-374-5544.
|Evening Minyan at Rodeph Sholom
||If you would like to attend an evening minyan, please join our friends at Rodeph Sholom.
Their weekday Mincha-Maariv services begin at 5:45 PM except for Sunday which is at 6:00 PM.
Prayer of the Month
Adon Olam (French Sephardic)