Temple Beth-El is an historic Jewishsynagogue at 688 Broad Street in Providence, Rhode Island. The congregation was founded in 1849 when an Orthodox group known as the "Sons of Israel" gathered for daily services in Providence. In 1877, the congregation affiliated itself with the Union of American Hebrew Congregations (later named the Union for Reform Judaism), the national Reform Judaism denomination. The current temple building, a Classical Revival brick structure, was designed by Banning & Thornton and built in 1910-11. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1988.