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Please click the links in the section below, or visit our calendar page where you will find the links to join our daily minyanim, Kabbalat Shabbat and Shabbat morning services.

Daily Morning or Evening Minyanim - Click HERE to join us for daily minyanim services via Zoom.

Kabbalat Shabbat and Shabbat Morning -

  • Click HERE to join us for Kabbalat Shabbat and Shabbat morning and Festival services via Zoom. 
  • Click HERE to sign up to read Torah on Shabbat and Festivals, or contact to help lead, read Torah, or request an honor. Shabbat and festival services are in-person as well. 

As of November 23, 2021 we have updated our guidelines for in-person events.  You can read the guidelines HERE.



Isaac Kaltman is called to the Torah 

Saturday, July 9 at 9:30 a.m.

Zoom meeting ID: 826 6059 3980  Passcode: SHABBAT

Please join in Isaac's Bar Mitzvah celebration!


Monday, July 11 at 5:30pm: Jazz Monday w/Dave Davies Rhythm Makers
at South Hill

This event is open to all Temple Beth-El members.
Please join us for this fun informal get-together sponsored by Sisterhood,
there's plenty of room for all!

Registration is Open for the 2022-2023 School Year.

Please log in and hit submit at the bottom of the form.

Having trouble logging in?  Questions? We're happy to help, please email us HERE

And check out our new teen program, No'ar!

Sisterhood recently enjoyed a program featuring Joan Roth (a Jewish-American photographer and visual poet), who presented her work on: “In Search of the Face of Female Jewry.” Joan has made 40 trips to Jewish communities in Ethiopia, Yemen, Israel, Morocco, India, Bukhara, Ukraine, Hungary, Romania, and Bulgaria. Her remarkable life and photographic odyssey is a celebration of the strength and diversity of Jewish women around the world.

Check out the Zoom recording HERE
passcode:  WN+JoanRoth2

Did you miss the recent presentation of Scientists in Synagogues-
Abortion as Framed in Halacha: How Jewish and American Legal Perspectives Diverge from Wednesday, May 25, 2022?

Our presenters were Haley Fuller (Planned Parenthood), Jane Powers (Bronfenbrenner Center for Translational Research, Cornell U., ) and Rabbi Rachel Safman. 

Click HERE to view the Zoom recording.

Rabbi Safman recently shared a list of Jewish resources dedicated to alleviating the plight of those suffering in Ukraine.  Please click HERE to see the list and learn what you can do to help. 

The Rabbi is In!

Have you been wanting to stop in to meet this “new” rabbi?  Have a topic you want to discuss or just want to say hi?  Rabbi Safman would love to meet with congregants (or prospective congregants) during her drop-in office hours on  Wednesdays from 2-4 p.m. or by appointment.  To schedule a meeting time in advance, please email her at:

(Please note the new e-address for scheduling and other non-pastoral matters).

Endowment Campaign 2021 - 2024
Information on the Endowment Campaign can be found HERE.
Donations can be made HERE.

  • “My house will be called a house of prayer for all people” (Isaiah 56:7).  Read Temple Beth-El's statement on diversity and inclusion  HERE.
  • A kidney transplant success story.
  • As we continue to navigate through Covid,
    we can always be reached via phone (607) 273-5775 and email. 
    Rabbi Rachel Safman – Congregational Rabbi
    Rabbi Suzanne Brody – Director of Education and Youth Programming

Mon, July 4 2022 5 Tammuz 5782