Beth-El Congregation (Fort Worth)

Beth-El Congregation incorporates the history and traditions of Judaism with the modern amenities, realities, and visions of today. The organization of the site is based on the ancient plan of Solomon’s Temple allowing entry through a series of gates, each leading to a more sacred court before entering the Temple proper.

The Sanctuary seats 600 and is separated from the Chapel by a moveable wall, allowing 150 overflow seats. The administrative area, consisting of the reception room, office area, library and gift shop, is across from the Worship area. The education wing is a simple L-shape block of classrooms. The Social/Service wing houses the Social Hall, kitchen, and restrooms.