The Temple is temporarily closed due to the COVID 19 virus.

All services programs, and meetings, are currently online.

Our office staff continues to reach out to our membership and handle administrative matters, including payments and donations.

Please call the office for further information (718-891-3500)

Rabbi Eliseo D. Rozenwasser will be leading services this Shabbat and your full participation is most important.


Topic:    Temple Beth El Shabbat Evening and Morning Services

Time:     Jun 19, 2020 07:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

                Jun 20, 2020 09:30 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada)


“In order to preserve the sanctity of Shabbat rituals, please conduct yourselves as though you are in our Temple’s main sanctuary. Please turn off your phones, refrain from talking during the service, etc.  Should something require your immediate attention, please step away from the service and return when possible.  Your cooperation is appreciated.”



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