From Our Members’ Mouths…

60“My husband and I were “shul shopping” in 2007 when we came to Beth El for Simchat Torah services. By the end of that night, we’d found our new spiritual home. The haimish and welcoming atmosphere is what attracted us to the synagogue and what has kept us going back week after week, year after year. The friendships and memories we have made at Beth El have been invaluable.” ~ Rachel from Robbinsville

“When we first moved here, we were looking for a Conservative Synagogue that fit.  From the first time we attended Shabbat services, I knew we had found our new home.  Beth El is relaxed, friendly and welcoming at all levels of participation – from those who come every week to those who, like my family, are more sporadic in service attendance.  One of the things I like about Beth El is that I never feel pressured to do more, but the ‘more’ is there whenever we want it, including social events, Kadima and USY for my kids and services with great kiddush lunches.  My son was a Bar Mitzvah here last year, and we are looking forward to another Bar Mitzvah in two years.  It really is a great place to bring up the next generation!” ~ Lori96

“I grew up at Beth El and now my children are growing up here.  They run into the building as they can’t wait to see their friends.  My six year old daughter has weekly chats with the Rabbi.  My nine year old son gets involved in whatever he can — pre-Kadima, Purim Spiel, and other events.” ~ Rachel

“I love to see my friends and eat yummy food.  Torah 4 Tots is so much fun!”~ Nora, 5 years old