Our Facilities

 

One Congregation – Two Campuses

In 1967, a small group of Jewish families joined forces and pledged to establish Boca Raton’s first synagogue. In 1977 their vision became reality when Temple Beth El was built on 10 acres of land. Today, Temple Beth El is not only Boca Raton's first synagogue, but is one of the largest and most respected Reform congregations in the Southeast.

In 2009, Temple Beth El built its Beck Family Campus on Yamato Road and US 441 to accommodate the growing population of Jewish families in West Boca Raton. Now, members of Temple Beth El of Boca Raton benefit from two campuses with a variety of programs, celebrations, opportunities for worship, study, and community-building.