Find the Service Right for You and Your Family

One of Beth El’s guiding principles is an understanding that “one size” does not fit all. The multiplicity of services provides alternative modes of worship that meet the needs of most, if not all, of our congregants.

Though there is logic to wanting everyone davening together in the same space, strength comes when we are able to reach towards the heavens with our own voices in a setting that works for us.

Inherent in this is the empowerment of our members, who provide “lay leadership” and serve as “clergy” for many of our services and minyanim. We are proud that we have so many congregants filling these roles and providing their unique style, skill and positive energy.

We live our values with a welcoming community and providing multiple pathways to spirituality.

Services Schedule

Monday – Thursday: 7:30 am and 8:00 pm
Friday: 7:30 am and 6:30 pm
Saturday: 7:30 am and 9:15 am
Sunday: 9:00 am and 8:00 pm

Please note: Morning Minyan takes place at 9:00 am on federal holidays and other days when the Beth El building is closed. Evening minyan is 8:20 pm on Wednesdays when the Scolnic Institute is in session, and there is no 6:30 pm service on Shir Yachad Fridays. 

Daily Minyan

Give yourself the gift of thoughtful reflection in the early morning or evening; join our minyan and help ensure that mourners are able to say kaddish.

Join Our Minyan

Shabbat Services

On Friday night and Saturday morning join us for lively communal worship in the sanctuary; we also provide alternative services, music and more in our different Shabbat services, including lay-led services.

View our Shabbat Services


The High Holidays and other holidays are rich with education, community, and traditions. They provide a rhythm to the Jewish year and connect generation to generation. Please join us.

Holidays and Special Services 

Family and Youth Shabbat Services

Beth El offers a variety of Shabbat services for children of all ages and their families.

Family and Youth Shabbat Services

Jewish Meditation and Mindfulness

Join Hazzan Asa Fradkin for a blend of chant and silent and guided meditation that leads us to a more meaningful relationship with God and with those around us.

Jewish Meditation and Mindfulness

Beth El offers live streaming of Saturday morning services for anybody unable to attend in person. This feature allows you to fulfill your worship needs.