Led by our clergy, Rabbi Jeff Clopper and Cantor Deborah Zeitlen, our congregation nurtures and engenders progressive thinking as well as traditional values to create an environment that is both comfortable and stimulating. As a House of Prayer, a House of Learning, and a House of Gathering, we are inclusive and take great pride in our diversity. Our doors are always open – not only to our members, but to all people interested in Judaism. Please tour our website to learn more about our warm and welcoming congregation. Here’s a standing invitation to any Friday night Shabbat service — come, let’s get to know each other.
Through formal and informal Jewish education experiences for congregants of all ages, a love of Judaism and Jewish values is developed and nurtured.
We come together to observe Shabbat each Friday evening, many Saturday mornings and for all Jewish holidays and festivals.
As a vibrant Jewish community, we strive to ensure that Judaism endures, L'Dor V'Dor, from Generation to Generation.
Our congregation is deeply bonded by a shared commitment to heal, repair and transform the world.
Temple Beth El | 660 Park Avenue | Huntington, NY 11743 | 631-421-5835
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