Beth-El of Flatbush

Beth El Jewish Center of Flatbush is a historic orthodox synagogue located in the Flatbush neighborhood in Brooklyn, New York. It was built in 1927 and is a two-story plus basement, rectangular red brick building with decorative white glazed terra cotta trim. It has a tripartite front facade with a central parapet. It features Byzantine and Gothic Revival decorative elements with a traditional women’s balcony on the second floor.

The synagogue was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2009.

The Shul: The Beth El campus consists of a facility that houses the main shul for Shabbat & Yom Tov minyanim as well a ballroomThe Beis Medrash- which is next door houses the Sunday morning minyan and shiurim are conducted here year round. Various learning programs and lectures are also conducted throughout the year here.

Special events are conducted in our beautiful catering hall.  Our tenants include Bambi Day Care Services, a female Gym, and the only Shomer Shabbat Boy Scout Troop in Brooklyn! (Troop 611)

Welcome: Beth El Jewish Center of Flatbush is a warm welcoming place. We invite you to get to know us. Feel free to experience our davening, particularly on Shabbos Mevorchim where you can come listen to our beautiful Chazan!

For further inquiries, you may contacts us via email or telephone at 718-375-0120 or at betheljewishcenter@gmail.com


** We need YOUR help in bringing the shul’s history back. After the fire, most of the archives were burnt. If you have any information please click the document below:

Beth El Jewish Center History Project Forum

*** Don’t forget to either email the forum to the shul or send it in the mail.

****Also on letter write Attn: Yoni Nirenberg*****