“Prayer is our humble answer to the inconceivable surprise of living.”  

Abraham Joshua Heschel 

Join us for Virtual Services 

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In Person Service Schedule

We are now open for in-person services (no sign up required).

Click here to review our current COVID policy in advance. 

You can expect our Saturday morning worship to roughly follow the following schedule. People are invited to come and go during the various services. Children are also encouraged to be part of this prayer time. There is a play space provided with Shabbat-friendly toys for toddlers and a livestream from the main sanctuary. As you move around, please be mindful to not enter or exit during the whispered Amida (standing prayer)

Friday Evening Kabbalat Shabbat: 5:45 pm

Join us in person or watch on Facebook Live.

Saturday Morning Services: 9:30 am — Attend in person or watch on Facebook Live.
Shacharit: 9:30-10:15 am
Torah Service: 10:15-11:20 am
Sermon: 11:20-11:40 am
Musaf/Sabbath Prayer Offerings: 11:40 am-noon

Join us each week for a delicious Kiddush luncheon! This week’s menu can be viewed in your congregational email.

Read more about our daily minyan here. Minyan is currently meeting at 7AM M-F and 8AM Sundays for Shacharit (Morning Prayer) and at 5:30PM Sunday, and M-TH for Maariv (Evening Prayer). You can join us in person for minyan or virtually on the TBE YouTube.

Contact us to sign up to be on the Minyanaire Call List. Be sure to mention which Minyan time and days you are available.

Rabbi Norry will be leading services on the following weekends:








16-20 (including Erev Purim program 3/16)



8-10 (Pop Up Kabbalat Shabbat + Family Shabbat) 








3-5 (Shavuot) 





Special Shabbat Schedule

Join us for Family Shabbat, Weekly Alternative Services and our monthly Intentional Walking Village! 

ShulHouse Rock Family Shabbat (9:30AM – 12:00PM) 

For the 2021-2022 we will host six family Shabbats through ShulHouse Rock; our youth education program focused on engaged learning, collaborative programming, and meaningful holiday and Shabbat Conservative Experiences. Each Family Shabbat features a Shir Hadash family service led by Sarah Metzger, Tot Shabbat with Robin Berger, participatory opportunities for teens, age-appropriate Torah study, and a kid-friendly Kiddush luncheon. The dates for this year’s Family Shabbats are: 

  • August 28th
  • October 20th (special Family Shabbat with PJ Library)
  • December 4th (special Chanukah Family Shabbat)
  • January 29th
  • March 5th
  • April 9th

Weekly Alternative Services

Each week we offer an alternative service in the 10AM-11AM time slot. Check the TBE calendar and your congregational email for the most up-to-date information. No RSVP required.

Upcoming Alternative Services:

April 23: Yoga Nidra with Nan

April 30: Shabbat Class with Rebecca Rothman and Sharron Swain

May 7: Beth El Civil Rights Experience with Margaret Norman


Intentional Walking Village (monthly 9-10AM) 

What’s a TBE Village? TBE members who want to meet and get together in small groups with other members who have a common interest. Meet new people! Get engaged! 

Once a month Ellen Itaaliander and Sheri Krell lead the “Walk this Way:” Intentional Walking Village during Shabbat services. This group meets in the upper parking lot at 9AM for a 40-45 minute walk and share/Torah discussion. They promise the walks will be fun and thought provoking and not too hard 🙂When you finish walking, you can join services at Beth El or go about your day! You do not have to participate in every session to be part of this group.

Below are the dates and Torah discussions for the upcoming year:

October 9, 2021. Noach
November 13, 2021 Vayetze
December 11, 2021 Vayigash
January 8, 2022 BO
February 12, 2022 Tetzaveh
March 12, 2022 Vayikra
April 9, 2022 Metzova
May 14, 2022 Emor

Register Here for Intentional Walking

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