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  • Our Makom


    We welcome you to our new home, completed in 2010. Not just a building but a place to create sacred bonds of community – Kehillah Kedosha
  • Community


    We honor and value the uniqueness of every Jewish journey and try to provide many points of entry and opportunities for connection.
  • Celebration


    The Jewish calendar is filled with holidays and festivals that commemorate important milestones in our history as well as nature’s cycle in the Holy Land. Come celebrate with us.
  • An Evening To Remember


    May 2-4, 2014: A Weekend of Giving

    We invite you to participate with TBE friends throughout the weekend to honor Cantor Sufrin and to support TBE and our greater Boston community. 


  • Learn About Becoming a Member

    Temple Beth Elohim is a warm and inclusive Reform congregation, dedicated to creating a sacred community engaged in joyous, participatory and meaningful prayer, lifelong Jewish learning, excellence and innovation in education, and dedicated social activism. Learn more.

  • Get Involved

    Each of us plays a part in making TBE’s community what it is today and what it will become in the future. There are so many ways at TBE to get involved and meet new people, such as by doing a mitzvah, by taking a class, or by joining a lay leadership committee. We encourage you to find an area that interests you. You will not only derive all the benefits of building your own community, you will reach out to build the community of others. Get Involved Today!

  • Living Torah 21

    living torah 21 logoIntroducing Living Torah 21. Deepen your Jewish journey at TBE. Join a community of adults who share in the fullness of Jewish life through learning and spirituality, caring and social justice. Begin your journey here.

     
    Lifelong Jewish learning is integral to our community: experiential, meaningful, and innovative, engaging learners of all ages.   
  • Music at TBE

    Music at TBE Music is at the heart and soul of Temple Beth Elohim. We believe in its power to transcend our souls, unite our spirits. We are blessed to have talented musicians who inspire us time and time again, in our services, our programs, our social clubs, and more.

  • TBE Youth Programs logo

    Visit TBEYouth.org to learn more about youth engagement at Temple Beth Elohim, information about upcoming events and why our youth love spending time at TBE. 

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    Click here to learn more about the Rashi Community at Temple Beth Elohim. With our shared vision and values, school and synagogue are each an extension of the other and both places feel like home.

  • Spotlight 

     
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    Registration is NOW OPEN for Mitzvah Day! 
    TBE welcomes adults and children of all ages to honor Cantor Jodi Sufrin by participating in Mitzvah Day, our congregation-wide day of Tikkun Olam. Register online now.  

    May Bulletin  May Bulletin 
    Click here to read our ELECTRONIC FLIP BOOK and learn what's happening at TBE.  
     
    Visual T'filah 
    Visual T'filah
    Be a part of the Visual T’filah experience at TBE by sharing your photographs and other art pieces that are spiritually inspired. Upload your images and see them displayed during Shabbat TGIS services. Learn more
     
    Resilient Parents Resilient Teens
    Thursday, April 30, 7:00 pm - Continuing the Conversation: Supporting our Teens and Fostering Resilience. Join us for an evening of both joint and parallel conversations, as we continue to share resources and find support among our community following the Newton High School suicides. 
     
    Save the Date: TBE's Congregational Dinner Meeting 
    Friday, June 6, 5:50 pm - Join us to hear about our temple’s activities and provide feedback. A complimentary Shabbat dinner will be served. A concert will follow the dinner meeting. Learn more.
     
    Shabbat Greeters Needed Year Round! 
    Volunteer to be a greeter with friends and family. Volunteer to be a greeter to honor a loved one, celebrate a simcha or in memory of a loved one. It's easy! Learn more

     
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