Temple Beth Or is an egalitarian traditional congregation affiliated with the Conservative movement and a member of the United Synagogue for Conservative Judaism. As the religious and spiritual center of our Jewish community, our aim is to create an all-inclusive, welcoming environment which is warm and inviting, and enriching and meaningful to all who enter.
Experience and participate in the various lectures and programs offered throughout the year by our Adult Education group. Come join in our commitment to life-long learning.
Our youth groups participate in a variety of activities such as making hamantaschen for Purim or picking apples for Rosh Hashanah while fostering their Jewish identity in an informal social atmosphere.
Whether celebrating a simcha or honoring a departed loved one we share these moments as a community to continue our spiritual commitment to the past while moving forward into the future together.
Shabbat Kabbalat Shabbat — 7:15 PM Shabbat Morning — 9:15 AM Weekday Minyan (Mincha/Ma’ariv) Monday – Thursday @ 6:45 PM
Shavuot Schedule of Services—Saturday evening, June 8th @7:15 PM with Study Session and Dairy Desserts Sunday, June 9th @ 9:15 AM. Return @ 7:15 PM Monday, June 10th @ 9:15 AM with Yizkor.
Weekly Bingo Bingo is held every Thursday from 7-10 PM, excluding holidays. Doors open @ 5:15 PM
Monday, June 17th—Hebrew Reading – Beyond the Basics with Rabbi Robert Rubin @ 7:15 PM
Wednesday, June 19th—Wisdom of the Ages…Wisdom of the Sages with Rabbi Robert Rubin @ 10:00 AM
Monday, June 24th—Sisterhood Book Group, “Something Beautiful Happened” by Yvette Corporon @ 2:00 PM
Thursday, July 4th—Independence Day, Temple closed, !NO BINGO!
Sunday, July 14th—Men’s Club BBQ @ 4:00 PM.
Sunday, August 18th—TBO Gala- An Evening of Entertainment with comedian Rabbi Bob Alper along with a Wine Tasting and a Food Festival.
All bookings must be made through the Sisterhood/Temple Catering Chairperson Rachel Zycband. Contact her at 732-581-4809.