475 West Locust St. Dubuque, Iowa.
Wondering about things Jewish in Dubuque? You've come to the right place. Our new spiritual leader is long-time congregant and past president, Alan Garfield.
Temple Beth El is a Reform Jewish Congregation just west of the Mississippi River with about 25 member families. At over 175 years old, we seek to fulfill our religious and ethical goals for our members by being a center for spiritual growth, life-long learning, cultural enrichment, community leadership, social responsibility, and by lovingly entrusting our Reform Jewish traditions from generation to generation. We are committed in our support of the Jewish people throughout the world.
Temple Beth El does not require a mask for entering the building. During large gatherings, individual masking is encouraged and appreciated, but it is not required. Masks will continue to be available at the main entrance, and individuals who choose to wear masks or not to wear masks will be graciously welcomed. We encourage all eligible community members to get vaccinated and boosted. If you have had a close contact with a person infected with Covid-19, we ask that you comply with CDC guidelines on when to stay home. The Temple Board will continue to monitor and discuss the situation on an ongoing basis and make policy revisions as necessary as it has throughout the pandemic.
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