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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.
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!
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.
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.
Temple Beth Elohim and our local day Jewish school communities share the belief that relationships and community are central to living a joyful, fulfilling Jewish life. Click here to learn more about how you can deepen your connections.
Shir ShabbatSaturday, October 25, 9:00 am—We hope you can join us for our first Shir Shabbat of the year. Led by Noah Aronson, this child-friendly service is a fun way for you and your child(ren) to dance, sing celebrate and get to know our TBE community. Running parallel to this is our program for Kindergarten through 2nd Graders. K-2 children will enjoy age-appropriate songs, crafts & fun while their younger siblings are celebrating Shabbat with the rest of their family. We will join together for bagels and to celebrate Shabbat as a family.
Fire Station VisitSunday, October 26, 9:30 am—Our first social action event of the year! Help warm the hearts of those who keep us safe from fire. Meet at the Wellesley Fire Station (457 Worcester Street) with your children to say thank you to the brave firefighters in our community. Contact Lauren Neill orCourtney Tatelman with any questions or for further information.
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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Temple Beth Elohim10 Bethel Road, Wellesley MA 02481781.235.8419