Mosaic Artwork was done by Walter Feldman.

Office Hours

Monday – Thursday 

8:00 AM to 4:00 PM

Friday 8:00 AM to 2:00 PM

 

Contact

Phone: 401-331-6070

Fax: 401-331-8068

Email: Info@temple-beth-el.org

Location

70 Orchard Ave

Providence Rhode Island 02906

(East Side of Providence)  

 
Cemetery 

Congregation Sons of Israel and David Cemetery

401 Reservoir Ave

Providence, Rhode Island 02910

Our Clergy

Senior Rabbi Howard Voss-Altman

Senior Rabbi Howard Voss-Altman

Rabbi Sarah Mack

Rabbi Sarah Mack

Cantor Judith Seplowin

Cantor Judith Seplowin

Rabbi Emeritus Leslie Yale Gutterman

Rabbi Emeritus Leslie Yale Gutterman

Temple-Beth-El.org is currently in BETA

Welcome to our Beta site, the final public testing site of our new website. During this beta phase, we will be fine-tuning the site’s content, navigation and layout based on the feedback of users like you. NOTE: You may encounter the occasional broken link or error message. Let us know! This is what the beta phase is for, and your feedback will enable us to greatly improve the new site. We are working hard to finalize the new site as quickly as possible. In the meantime, we hope this beta site is a vast improvement over the old site. Happy navigating,

About Us

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.

HIgh Holy Day Infomation

Live Transmission

Listen by Phone
If a member or a loved one is physically unable to attend the High Holiday services at Temple Beth-El, he or she will be able to hear our live services from home, hospital room or nursing home, simply by using a touch-tone telephone. Using a speakerphone will be helpful. With a generous gift from a congregant, there will be no cost to callers for the service. To connect to our High Holiday services from any place in the USA, using a touch-tone phone, have your loved one call 1-800-846-4808, and follow voice instructions. If asked, enter code 93316070.

Live Streaming
High Holy Day Services at Temple Beth-El is pleased to offer our services Live Streamed.
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Upcoming Events at Temple Beth-El

  1. Pizza In The Hut

    Sep 23 @ 5:30pm - 7:00pm
  2. Shabbat In The Sukkah

    Sep 28 @ 5:45pm - 5:45pm
  3. Simchat Torah Celebration

    Sep 30 @ 6:00pm - 6:00pm

Monthly Shofar

What is our Monthly Shofar?

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.

To share your feedback, contact our main office.

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). 

Our Belief

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.

Mitzvah Mania

The Mitzvah Mania program provides dozens of choices; we also enable our students to engage in a project of original design. Each student’s progress is monitored by the Mitzvah Mania Coordinators, Education Team, Religious School Teachers, and Clergy.  

B’nei Mitzvah

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.

Testimonial

  • Fantastic congregation! They all made this visitor feel welcomed!

  • Great community very welcoming.

  • Your rabbis, Sara Mack and Howard Voss-Altman are wonderful, compassionate human beings.

  • I've been a member for more than 50 years. The rabbis past and present have kept the eternal flame burning. The strength of the congregation is the members and the ability of the clergy to listen. My wife and I have moved away and now belong to two congregations. It is a great joy when we are able to come back for an event or service.