Temple Beth El

Welcome to Temple Beth El of Hammonton, NJ  

Temple Beth El

Welcome to Temple Beth El of Hammonton, NJ. We are a small, vibrant community, cherishing tradition with a creative, modern-day twist.

We have a charming old building in the heart of Hammonton, NJ and have been part of this residential community in South Jersey for almost 85 years.  We hope you enjoy exploring our site and will come visit us in person at a service or one of our upcoming events.  Read more about us by visiting the About Us  pages.

Letter from Rabbi Abby:

Dear Friends,
Being in awe of a beautiful sunset, resting from the constant doing of our hectic and challenging world, pursuing justice, experiencing holiness… these are just a few ways that Judaism brings meaning, direction and comfort to my life.

How does Judaism manifest in your life? Do you have a soul stirring for more spirituality or connections? Do you think you might benefit from Jewish centering, healing or rituals that bring a sense of hope, purpose and joy into the world? Well, do I have a “gift” for you!

The Jewish way, over 3000 years of evolving ideas, values, rituals and more are available to you through a myriad of paths. No need to take a pill or sign a contract. Just dip your toe in the water or take a dive with an open mind, heart and spirit and the rewards will be priceless.

You can find more information, including translated libraries of ancient Jewish wisdom and literature through Google, find friends and community at your personal synagogue in Hammonton or click Rabbi to email me. 

I‘m here to answer your questions, guide you through a creative and meaningful Judaism or just be a supportive ear.

Wishing you a safe and joyful summer and I look forward to connecting in the New Year!


Rabbi Abby 

Smile   Our Sunshine Committee sends out cards and gifts when ever needed for sympathy healing, Mazel Tov etc. To spread a little sunshine click below and send an email to sunshine

Visitors are always welcome at our services and events.  Advance notice is always a good idea, in case an event is cancelled or changed.  Please contact our Rabbi or our information liason. Be sure to provide your phone number.