Care for Our Community
“We need each other at the greatest moments of joy and the greatest sorrows of life.
That’s what we do here at Temple Beth Elohim.”
It’s a mitzvah to help and to ask for help.
Bring healing with a home-cooked meal. Prepare and deliver food to a member or member’s family in need of this temporary vital support.
Help members – from college graduates to seasoned professionals – network and make professional connections as they navigate career transitions.
Welcome New Babies
Reach out to congregants to welcome their newest family member with a quick visit and special gifts.
Ask for a Visit or a Ride
If it’s hard for you to get out and you’d appreciate a visit from a TBE member, please reach out. Members of Lev Echad look forward to being in touch with a phone call or visit.
Reach out to clergy and our community for support through lifecycle transitions.
Take care of loved ones and yourself — ask if a group exists or can be formed. Past groups include bereavement, caring for an aging family member, parenting children with special needs, and coping with divorce.
Cantor Jodi Sufrin
Are you navigating a career transition or launching your career and could use some support?
Wednesday morning yoga class promotes health, healing, and wellness. Come by and try a class for free!