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

    TBE Rashi Logo 

    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.

  • We Stand with Israel

    Our TBE community joins the Boston Jewish community in supporting and standing up for Israel. We urge you to remain informed of the situation in Israel as it continues to unfold. Click here to view the CJP, JCRC Joint Statement on Operation Protective Edge. 
    You may choose to include this prayer* with your own in the days to come.  
    Click here to read Rabbi Rachel Saphire's July 11, 2014 sermon: Praying for an Imperfect Peace.  

    *Prayer for the State of Israel
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  • Spotlight

    Summer Schedule At TBE 
    Monday Evening Summer Minyan will begin at 6:00 pm and will continue through August 27.
    Friday Evening Shabbat Summer Services begin at 6:00 pm and will continue through August 29. Please note that the Temple Offices will close at 3:00 pm through August 29. 
    Saturday Morning Summer Minyan begins at 9:00 am and Torah Study at 10:00 am.  This schedule will continue through Saturday, 
    August 30.
    Conversation with Gideon Argov Gideon Argov headshot 
    Wednesday, July 23, 6:30 pm - The TBE clergy and the Israel Connection Team invite you to gather to meet with Gideon Argov and his family. Gideon, a member of our congregation, was born in Israel and served for four years as a combat officer and Company Commander in the armored corps of the Israel Defense Forces (IDF). Learn more.
    Alison Kur to Receive Prestigious Award for ExcellenceAlison Kur
    Friday, August 1 RSVP Deadline - On Sunday, November 9, 2014 the Covenant Foundation will present its award for excellence in Jewish education to Alison Kur, our Executive Director of Jewish Living. Alison will receive the award at a dinner hosted by the foundation at the General Assembly (GA) in Washington, DC and we invite you to attend. Click here to learn more and RSVP by August 1.
    Coffee and Conversation  
    Monday, August 4, 9:30-10:45 am Join Rabbi Franklin for a morning of coffee and conversation. Learn more and RSVP.
    Tisha B'Av Tisha B'Av 
    Monday, August 4, 7:00 pm - Come join us as we observe the holiday of Tisha b’Av – a day of mourning for all the calamities that have befallen the Jewish people. Join our clergy in song and prayer as we read from the book of Eicha (Lamentations).  Learn more.
    Summer Shabbat Dinner
    Friday, August 8, Following Services - Dinner will be provided by Russo's and will include an assortment of wonderful, fresh, cold salads (all vegetarian.) Save the date - RVSP information will be forthcoming. 
    Israel Connection 
    Israel Connection Team Meeting 
    Monday, August 25, 5:30 pm - Collaborate with other passionate congregants. Learn more.

    Adult Jewish Living Shabbat Retreat  
    November 14-15 - Come celebrate the possibilities of Shabbat away from home. Experience a Shabbat filled with sacred time, music, laughter and learning. Join Alison Kur and Rabbi Philip Sherman as we explore the relationships of our biblical ancestors and begin to discover how their spiritual messages bring meaning to our lives today. Learn more and RSVP.  

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