Beth El is committed to Jewish Education, and we offer a wide variety of programs to serve all age groups and abilities.
Our Early Childhood Center Preschool offers childcare and age appropriate learning for infants through Pre-K students. Our teachers strive to make every day a learning experience for our students. Throughout the year we teach age appropriate information on the following subjects: prayer and Jewish holidays, Hebrew, Spanish, Science, Math, Reading, and Cooking. To learn our more about our preschool, click here.
Our Talmud Torah Hebrew School offers children in Pre-K through high school the opportunity to learn Hebrew, study Jewish subjects, and socialize with other Jewish youth in addition to b’nai mitzvah preparation with our cantor. We also offer youth groups that have weekly and monthly events depending on age grouping. To learn more about our Talmud Torah Hebrew School, please click here.
Adults education is also very important to us here at Beth El. We offer different types of classes (religious, social, cultural) and clubs (book, movie, Mah Jongg) throughout the year. You are welcome and encouraged to bring your friends and family to our programming. If you have any requests or ideas for classes or programs you would like to see at Beth El, please contact Alicia Moskowitz. Please see below for our latest offerings.
2016 dates: 9/14, 11/9 ♦ 2017 dates: 1/11, 2/8, 3/8, 5/10,
2016 dates: 9/28, 10/26, 12/14 ♦ 2017 dates: 1/25, 2/22, 3/22, 4/26, 5/24
Come craft with us. We have many fun and beautiful projects planned for our new craft club. New crafts will be introduced monthly and an instructor will guide you through the process of each project. Upcoming projects: string art, personalized coffee mugs, mozaic decorations, jewelry making, and more.
If you have a DIY craft that you would like to present to our group, please contact Alicia Moskowitz.
Join us for pizza and wine at the Book Club. Discussion is led by Debbie Isard and book selections are diverse and can be non-fiction or fiction. Pizza and wine are $5. Attendance is free.
Join us for lunch and learning with Wendi Rozov. We study from Mishnah, Torah, Talmud, and other classical sources. $5 for lunch.