Temple Beth El 67 Us Highway 206, Hillsborough, NJ08844 Founded in 1953 by 15 families, Temple Beth El continues to serve the Hillsborough, Somerville, Manville and Bridgewater…More areas under the leadership of Rabbi Arnold Gluck. The temple is fully accessible by wheelchair and those in need of auditory aids for services can request the devices from the temple. In addition to its religious services, Temple Beth El offers men's and women's discussion groups, youth programs for ages five through high school and programs focusing on Jewish culture. Temple Beth El offers religious schooling beginning at the preschool level and extending to adult study groups. The congregation also supports several local charity organizations, including the Interfaith Hospitality Network and the Somerset County Food Bank.
Alef Beit Sefer Early Childhood Center of Temple Beth-El 67 Us Highway 206, Hillsborough, NJ08844 The Alef Beit Sefer Early Childhood Center of Temple Beth-El is a Jewish preschool located in Hillsborough. A…More non-sectarian program licensed by the State of New Jersey Department of Human Services and Division of Youth and Family Services, Alef Beit Sefer Early Childhood Center offers preschool, kindergarten and before and afters school extended care to children ages two through six. The center's facilities include ten classrooms, outdoor play area and an indoor multipurpose room. Aiming to "enhance the social, emotional, physical, cognitive and spiritual growth of each child," the center integrates a Jewish and secular curriculum for each age group. Parents have the opportunity to participate in the educational community through parent association committees and family programming. Its program runs from September through June with a summer camp in July and August.