The Temple Beth-El library is named in memory of its founder, Rabbi William G. Braude.
The library’s collections include fiction and non-fiction books, journals and media for children, teens and adults covering all aspects of Jewish life, thought and practices. It is the educational center for Temple Beth-El congregants, religious school students, and the community. The William G. Braude Library is a warm, welcoming place to study, read, or browse the shelves for all areas of interest in Jewish education.
NEW! Temple Beth-El Virtual Library – Resources for Life
The William G. Braude Library is currently being revised. If you should have any questions please call the main office for support. 401- 331-3070.
Library Online Catalog in BETA!
BETA: (software development, a beta test is the second phase of software testing in which a sampling of the intended audience tries the product out.)