Who we are

Our Mission

We strive to create meaningful opportunities to BE together, to celebrate, to learn, to worship, to give, and to receive… life’s events and to develop personal relationships. We aspire to be a warm, inviting Jewish community that fosters a sense of belonging and enables us to connect with one another in a supportive, caring, and safe environment.

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Temple Beth El

Temple Beth El In West Palm Beach

Temple Beth El Congregation is a friendly, vibrant, and growing Conservative Jewish community in West Palm Beach, Florida. Established in 1926, we welcome all members of the West Palm Beach community to socialize, learn and participate in our programs and activities. We strive to create meaningful opportunities for our members to worship, celebrate of life’s events, learn, develop personal relationships and experience spirituality.

We aspire to be a warm and inviting Jewish community that fosters a sense of belonging and enables us to connect with one another and to create a supportive, caring environment.

We are growing a Jewish congregation that is welcoming to individuals and families of diverse backgrounds including full time locals, part timers, newcomers, seasonal residents and visitors.

The mission of Temple Beth El is to be a Conservative Synagogue affiliated with the United Synagogues of Conservative Judaism with a multi-generational congregation of at least 500 families and a thriving religious enrollment.

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We’re not just your bubbe’s synagogue!

Well, yes we are – but there’s more to Temple Beth El. Our vibrant community reflects the interests of our local West Palm Beach community:

Temple Beth El welcomes all members of the community who share our goal to build relationships and spend time with people who want to be a part of a growing, diverse community.

People come to TBE for our activities and events – then stay because they become a part of our caring, connected community.

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Why The Younger Generation Joins Temple Beth El

Engagement is a word often used for social media – but it’s also a word we use here at Temple Beth El. Young adults care deeply about their community and the future of our world, and want to learn and take actions that make a difference. Young Jewish adults want to join a temple that supports their worldview on topics like social justice and climate change – what they deeply care about – and not just because their parents or grandparents are members.

TBE wants to help and facilitate young Jews to take action. By providing a meeting place and resources, scheduling events and speakers, nurturing leadership and by proclaiming our commitment to Action, Temple Beth El is relevant for young Jews who want to engage and be involved in our local community in South Florida.

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Links for Sukkot


Wednesday, Sept. 27
06:00PM - Sukkah Decoration, Israeli Food & Dance

Friday, Sept. 29
07:00PM - Sukkot Dinner In the Sukkah

Saturday, Sept. 30
06:00PM - Margaritas & Havdalah in the Sukkah

Wednesday, Oct. 04
06:00PM - YjPN & Adult Class with Rabbi Gastón followed by Simchat Beit Hashoeivah DJ DA

Thursday, Oct. 05
7:00PM - Kabbalah 101, Light Dinner

Friday, Oct. 06
7:00PM - Sukkot Dinner

Saturday, Oct. 07
8:30AM - Mindful Shemini Atzeret and Shabbat with Rebbetzin Marcela

6:00PM - Simchat Torah Festival celebration

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