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                                   Welcome to Beth El!    



                                                    Minyan times are as follows:                                                                                        Wednesdays & Fridays at 7:30am                                                    on ZOOM & in-person 


                         Services for Shabbat Mornings are on Saturdays at 9:15am                                                               and will also be on ZOOM.                                                

Other services and programs are available through links provided in E-Blast



Vaccine/Mask INFO

Beth El is not currently requiring vaccines to attend services and events. However, we encourage anyone who is not vaccinated to wear a mask while inside. We also encourage those who feel more comfortable and/or are at higher risk of contracting COVID-19 by the CDC to wear a mask. 

If you have been exposed to COVID-19 and have not received all recommended doses of the vaccine, please do not attend services or events in person. The CDC continues to recommend those who are not fully vaccinated and exposed to COVID-19 to quarantine for at least 5 days from initial date of exposure. If you have received all doses of the vaccine and have been exposed, the CDC does not recommend quarantining, unless you are currently experiencing symptoms.

Please refer to the CDC or your healthcare provider for updated information regarding vaccine recommendation


The Akron Jewish community has a rich history of involvement in the community from its members. We are a sacred community dedicated to growing Jewishly. We seek to provide a wide range of spiritual, cultural, social, and lifelong learning experiences to all who are looking for a vibrant and inclusive Jewish community.


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The Beth El Caring Committee

Interested in volunteering for, or are in you in need of services from the Beth El Caring Committee?

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A note about Isolation

For some of us, being asked to quarantine, or self-isolate is a scary, anxious, or depressing thought. If you are feeling lonely, please reach out by email or phone.






Series 2:

What's Your Burning Question?

Wednesdays, 8pm

Nov. 16th

Changing Times: How Do We Know When to Change or When to Stay the Course?

  • Rabbi Bradley Shavit Artson, Abner & Roslyn Goldstine Dean’s Chair, Ziegler School of Rabbinic Studies

Series 3:

Great Thinkers Who Have Influenced Conservative Judaism

Wednesdays, 8pm 

Nov. 30th

Heschel on Prophecy: Spirituality and Activism

  • Rabbi Gordon Tucker, Vice Chancellor for Religious Life & Engagement, The Jewish Theological Seminary

Dec. 7th

Understanding God and Ourselves through the Stories of Our Tradition (Neil Gillman)

  • Rabbi Elliot Dorff, Sol & Anne Dorff Distinguished Professor in Philosophy, Ziegler School of Rabbinic Studies

Dec. 14th

Gender, Theology, Halakhah: the Works of Rachel Adler

  • Rabbi Gail Labovitz, Professor of Rabbinic Literature, Ziegler School of Rabbinic Studies

Dec. 21st

What’s Next for Conservative Judaism: What Has Changed, What Will Change, and What Should Change?

  • Dr. Arnold M. Eisen, Chancellor Emeritus & Professor of Jewish Thought, The Jewish Theological Seminary


Sat, November 26 2022 2 Kislev 5783