The mission of Temple Beth-El, the historic heart of Reform Judaism in San Antonio, is to provide a sacred framework that inspires people to cultivate their Jewish lives.
Reform Jewish life and community in San Antonio. Currently, Temple Beth-El is one of the few synagogues in the nation with all-female clergy and is the largest in South Texas.
Whether it’s through direct service or advocacy work, Temple Beth-El continues to create progressive social change and positive impacts for congregants, neighbors, and the community.
We are an Open and Affirming Congregation.
Organized by the Bendiner Library Committee for those who enjoy reading.
Brotherhood exists to perform and promote acts of lovingkindness for the poor and the rich, for the frail and the healthy, for the elderly and the young.
Enjoy a movie and talk about it over dinner with old and new friends.
All in need of food are welcome.
A resource group for those in recovery.
Our Shabbat Lunch Chavurah includes lunch and a program.
This study is usually led by one of our clergy.
Click here for online studies.
Sisterhood is the organization of the women of Temple Beth-El who come together in friendship for programs that support the Temple, the community, and each other.
Drop in for storytime, music, snacks, and free play with your newest Temple friends.
Children ages 0-4.
Temple Beth-El’s group for people in their 20s and 30s, is dedicated to creating Jewish community by connecting to Judaism, arts and culture, spirituality, tradition, the city of San Antonio, and to each other! We create authentic Jewish experiences through social, intellectual, spiritual, and recreational programming based on what YOU want.
Married, single, with kids at home or without - if you are craving community, friends new and old and an opportunity to get out of the house, then TBE30s40s50s is just right for you!
The mission of TBE60s+ Singles is to renew old friendships, make new friends, and enrich our synagogue life, while adhering to the “3 Es” of Entertainment, Eating, and Education. You need not be a Temple member to participate!
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For those who find satisfaction in cooking for people in need.
A discussion group for young adult women.