About Temple Beth-El of Bellmore

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We are proud to announce that our President, Shari Nadelman, has been named a 2016 Woman of Achievement and will be honored as such by the Brooklyn-Queens-Long Island Chapter of the Women’s League of Conservative Judaism on June 8, 2016.

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You can find a listing of our upcoming events by visiting our calendar page and detailed information by visiting our monthly or weekly newsletters from the menu on the right.

Talk Temple is our award winning printed newsletter.  TBE News is our weekly email update with up to date information and important links to Judaic related sites and information.  Links to these are on the menu on the right.

Temple Beth-El of Bellmore is proud to partner with local organizations

We are beginning  a partnership with Hillel of Hofstra University.  

We have an ongoing partnership with the Barry & Florence Friedberg JCC in Oceanside as a “Partner in Caring” giving our members access to social work services and informational lectures.  The JCC and this program are funded by UJA-Federation.

Please click on the links at the right to visit its site and find information on their upcoming events of interest to the entire Long Island Jewish Community.

Also at the right is a link to our very active Israel Affairs Committee Report site



tbe21373 Bellmore Road

North Bellmore, NY 11710

(516) 781-2650


Established 1952

Cantor Eitan Binet

Cantor Emeritus David Hiesiger

Shari Nadelman, President

We wish Rabbi Howard D. Gorin much happiness in his retirement.

We look forward to having Rabbi Howard Hoffman with us for the High Holidays and festivals in the fall.


Temple Beth-El  of Bellmore is a Conservative synagogue affiliated with the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism.

  • As a Shabbat-centric synagogue, we espouse certain key principles:
  • Create a welcoming and nurturing environment to all those entering our synagogue.
  • Enhance our ritual observance and the performance of mitzvot.
  • Make chesed and tzedakah part of our daily lives.
  • Ensure a Jewish education for our children and offer opportunities for Jewish learning to our membership.
  • Support our congregants in times of need and share in their times of joy.
  • Commit to the betterment of our community through social action.
  • Support the State of Israel.
  • Be a resource to other organizations and the unaffiliated.


Temple Beth-El has been serving the Jewish community of the Bellmores, Merrick, North Merrick, Wantagh, and surrounding neighborhoods for the past 6 decades and is still going strong.  Aside from a consistent and meaningful set of daily and Shabbat prayer service, we have programs for all ages and interests on nearly a weekly basis.  We encourage people to let us know their interests so that we can plan appropriate events. In every way, the congregation of TBE seeks to make the goals of our mission statement a reality.

Our spiritual leader, Rabbi Howard S. Gorin is vibrant and has an excellent ability to make Judaism meaningful for us in our time.  His leadership has prompted many wonderful acts of charitable giving in terms of food, clothing, school supplies and more to those in need.   Please click here for more information about Rabbi Gorin.

For more information, please call our office and request to have someone from our membership committee return your call.