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Congregation Beth El-Norwalk         



Your Home for Meaningful Jewish Prayer, Learning, and Living in Central Fairfield County

Beth El - Norwalk is an egalitarian Conservative synagogue committed to creating a diverse Jewish community for its members and new friends. Led by Rabbi Ita Paskind, Beth El provides Jewish education for both adults and youth and offers dynamic programming throughout the year celebrating Jewish life.

We welcome you to join us for Shabbat or Holiday Services or at any of our Upcoming Events.  If you're a member who wants to be more involved or a visitor who would like to know more, please reach out to our President, Rabbi Paskind, the Membership Chair or the Office.

We would like to hear from you! 


Join us to build our Sukkah, Sunday, October 6th at 9:30 am.



Beth El Book Club, Tuesday, November  19th at 7:30 pm.




Beth El - In the News



Click here for News 12's Special Report: Hate at Home.

We are so proud of our Beth El member Alex Frey for speaking out about the antisemitic comments made to him this year. Alex and his father Steve are featured in this News12 report.

Click here for News 12's story on the ADL Anti-Semitism and Bullying program

Click here for the link to Cablevision 12's story on Beth El's By Laws

Click here for the link to the Norwalk Hour article on the By Laws


Navasky Religious School


   For more information, please click on the    compass

Click here for information on our Ktanim, kindergarten and grade school religious school programs


eSiddur Program - We are excited to announce the new Navasky eSiddur Program.


   You can access this by clicking on the Siddur






Please click on the Nitzan logo for more information


Registration now open for the 2019-2020 School Year! 

For more information, click here to visit the Nitzan Nursery School page. 

Join Nitzan's very popular Baby & Me program every Thursday at 9:30 am - 10:30 am.



Chesed at Beth El

Our shul community comes together for celebration, for prayer, and also in support of one another.  While Beth El has always fostered a sense of obligation and mutual support, we now seek to involve even more people in the mitzvot of caring for mourners, the sick, and the elderly.  Please take a few minutes to think seriously about which types of chesed you are able to perform as well as when you are able to do so.  Rabbi Paskind spoke about Chesed at Kol Nidre and will continue to teach about these mitzvot with an eye toward helping the Beth El community learn how to fulfill them with sensitivity and with the guidance of Jewish tradition.  Take a quick minute to fill out this form and let us know!


Contact Us

Congregation Beth El-Norwalk - 109 East Avenue  - Norwalk, CT - 06851

203-838-2710 -


Sun, October 20 2019 21 Tishrei 5780