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At Beth-El Congregation, we strive to meet the spiritual, educational, social, and religious needs of our members through the teachings and practice of Reform Judaism. Our community supports the life events of our congregants and demonstrates diverse ways of caring and sharing. We invite you to come to our Temple and join us for worship, study, tikkun olam (repair of the world) and friendship.
Shabbat Service is on Friday, August 26, at 7:30 pm.
Please join us on Wednesday, August 17, at 12:00 pm at the Temple
Daytimers will be showing the movie Evita.
Free program. Please bring your own brown bag lunch.
The hit musical based on the life of Evita Duarte, a B-picture Argentinian actress who eventually became the wife of Argentinian president Juan Perón, and the most beloved and hated woman in Argentina. Coffee, tea, and snack will be provided.
You are welcome to come without a reservation, however, we really need to know how many will be attending so we can be sure to set up adequate seating.
For reservations, call Larry Steckler (817-927-2736). The Sylvia Wolens Daytimers is a program of Beth-El Congregation, with support from the Jewish Federation.
Keep your students involved and up-to-date with Beth-El's latest news and events while away at college:
Beth-El will start its new College Outreach program this fall semester. The purpose of this new program is to stay connected with our members and their families no matter where they are located. We hope to stay in touch with all of our college students, so come into our office and fill out a form so we can plan college visits with the rabbi's, send packages, keep them involved while away, and celebrate graduations along with them and their families. We are also looking for volunteers to help put together packages for students who are signed up in our program.
For an online form you can print and fill out from home, click here
If interested in volunteering for our College Outreach program or for additional information please contact Rabbi Zimmerman at 817-332-7141 or email@example.com.
Date: Sunday, August 28, 2016
Location: Beth-El/Lil Goldman Early Learning Center
Time: 12:15 - 2:15 pm
Bring: Swimsuits and towels
Price: $5 per child donation is suggested
After Religious School, we will gather in the Great Hall for lunch, then walk together to Lil Goldman Early Learning Center's splash pad. A special treat will follow!
RSVP to the Temple by August 25, 2016, at 817-332-7141.
The first day of Religious School is August 28th!
Mark your calendars, come see all that is new in our school, and expect to find an important and meaningful year for you and your children as we will dive into the theme:
Why Should We Be Proud to Be Jewish?
To register your children for the 2016 - 2017 school year, please click here
Beth-El Congregation’s Life & Legacy Program is a platform to steward donors and promote after-lifetime giving to benefit Beth-El Congregation or other Jewish entities in the local community.
Beth-El Congregation has, to this point in time, recognized individuals and families who have included the congregation in their estate planning as Pillars of Beth-El. Through their generosity, they have planted seeds for those who will come after them, helping ensure that the congregation will remain a strong home of worship, education, and service. Life & Legacy continues and builds on the Pillars of Beth-El. A legacy gift will not only continue your financial support of the congregation, it will signify to your loved ones and the entire community the importance of the passage of values from one generation to the next.
The Life & Legacy process is very easy. You may express your plan for an after-life gift by completing a letter of intent. The letter of intent is not a legal obligation, and may be changed or modified at any time at your discretion. You do not need to know the giving vehicle or amount of your legacy commitment when you complete the letter. You have up to a full year in which to formalize your intent.
Beth-El Congregation’s Life & Legacy Program is being kick-started as part of a two year long partnership program offered by the Harold Grinspoon Foundation, Jewish Federations of North America, and the Jewish Federation of Fort Worth & Tarrant County, that provides training, support and monetary incentives to motivate organizations to secure meaningful after-lifetime legacy gifts.
The Beth-El Congregation Life & Legacy team is comprised of:
The search has been successful! Please click here to meet Rabbi Brian Zimmerman.
The Archives Committee has placed an amazing exhibit in the Hall of Remembrance, which will run until July 12, 2016. Click here for more information.
Streaming is available on a periodic basis; check this site for announcements.Click Here for our Rabbis' Sermons