Mosaic Artwork was done by Walter Feldman.
Monday – Thursday
8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Friday 8:00 AM to 2:00 PM
70 Orchard Ave
Providence Rhode Island 02906
(East Side of Providence)
Congregation Sons of Israel and David
401 Reservoir Ave
Providence, Rhode Island 02910
Senior Rabbi Howard Voss-Altman
Rabbi Sarah Mack
Cantor Judith Seplowin
Rabbi Emeritus Leslie Yale Gutterman
Temple Beth-El is a caring Jewish Community that warmly welcomes and engages members by providing a rich variety of religious, spiritual, educational, and communal opportunities. Temple Beth-El is committed to Jewish life and the evolving principles of Reform Judaism. From the celebration of new life to the saying of Kaddish, Temple Beth-El is your spiritual family for honoring life cycle events as well as the Jewish holy days.
Our members, and our staff assist in the preparation and celebration of Bar and Bat Mitzvah, Confirmations, weddings, brit and baby namings, and sitting shiva. During the year, you will enjoy participating in our ritual services, including Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, Sukkot, Hanukkah, Purim, and other events which honor and celebrate the history of our people.
Digital Monthly Shofar & TBE Live Weekly
Our newsletter is thoughtfully crafted and contains information about the synagogue published for Temple Beth-El congregants each month. Members receive the shofar by mail any additional copies are available under our Media tab under Shofar archives, Click the current tab to the right download and view the pdf version of past issues.
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Rabbi Leslie Yale Gutterman Religious School
We engage innovative principles to connect our students to their Jewish selves, to each other, to our Temple Beth-El community and Am Yisrael (the people of Israel).
We believe in creating an environment where: our students are active participants, problem solvers and planners, our teachers are facilitators and guides who foster critical thinking, our community is an extension of the classroom.
Bar/Bat-Mitzvah represents a commitment to Jewish learning and living, and of dedication to the welfare of the Jewish community. Most of all, it represents a commitment to continued study and exploration.