Temple Beth Israel (Port Washington, New York)

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Beth Israel
Basic information
Location Temple Drive,
Port Washington, New York,
 United States
Geographic coordinates 40°49′12″N 73°41′15″W / 40.820078°N 73.687518°W / 40.820078; -73.687518Coordinates: 40°49′12″N 73°41′15″W / 40.820078°N 73.687518°W / 40.820078; -73.687518
Affiliation Conservative Judaism
Country United States of America
Status Active
Leadership Rabbi: Michael Mishkin[1]
Website www.tbiport.com

Temple Beth Israel (Hebrew: בית ישראל‎‎) is a Conservative synagogue located on Temple Drive in Port Washington, New York. Founded in 1933, it is affiliated with the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism,[2] and is a Conservative synagogue in Port Washington.[3] It includes a Religious School (grades K-7), Hebrew High School (grades 8-10), and Nursery School (ages 2–5).[2] Its 1960 building was designed by Percival Goodman.[4]

Robert E. Fine joined as rabbi in 2007.[5] He was succeeded by Michael Mishkin in August 2009.[6]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Rabbi, Synagogue website. Retrieved February 15, 2010.
  2. ^ a b Synagogue website. Retrieved February 15, 2010.
  3. ^ President's Message, Synagogue website. Retrieved February 15, 2010.
  4. ^ Percival Goodman, Kimberly J. Elman, Angela Giral. Percival Goodman: architect, planner, teacher, painter, Princeton Architectural Press, 2001, p. 189.
  5. ^ ""Looking Back"" (PDF).  (3.37 MB), From the Rabbi, The Temple Beth Israel RePort, July/August 2009.
  6. ^ ""Shalom TBI Community"" (PDF).  (1.65 MB), From the Rabbi, The Temple Beth Israel RePort, July/August 2009.