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Welcome to Temple Beth-El
Casper, WY

The Jewish Community Association of Casper

Temple Beth-El warmly welcomes to our synagogue all who wish to attend our religious services and our study groups.

Our association formed itself in 1923 for fellowship and worship as a community of Jews. Our synagogue was built in 1957 by the membership, and for almost a century since our founding we have served Casper, the communities of Central Wyoming, visitors and travelers who are "just passing through".

The synagogue is located at 4105 S. Poplar Street, on the easterly side of the street approximately a quarter mile north (away from the mountain) of Wyoming Blvd. and across from the Sunrise Shopping Center in Casper.

We conduct Shabbos services in the sanctuary every Friday evening beginning at 7:00 p.m. Services are followed by Kiddush, motzi and a dinner in the synagogue's community room. If you are a first-time visitor, please call (307-237-2330) to confirm Friday services that day.

Services are conducted in the normative and traditional Jewish mode, in a combination of English and Hebrew. We generally use the Union Prayer Book (I and II, Classical Reform) as formulated in 1917 and updated through 1950 and, on occasion, draw upon the Orthodox Siddur and Chumash of Rabbi Jonathan Sacks.

We also maintain strong cordial ties with several evangelical Christian churches in Casper in acknowledgement, recognition and strengthening of the ties of those churches with and to the State of Israel and their membership's appreciation of the issues and threats that commonly face Christianity and Judaism in the world today. Their members and ministers often attend and are welcome at our Shabbos and festival services.

General annual membership subscriptions (modest by any reasonable measure) are charged and the association welcomes voluntary contributions. Fees and contributions are deductible by the donor under IRC#501(c)3.


Rosh Hashana 5784

Rosh Hashana falls on Friday, the 15th of September 2023. Services commence at 7:15 p.m.

Services on the first full day of Rosh Hashana begin at 10 a.m., the 16th of September.

Yom Kippur

Kol Nidrei services for the holiday (and the commencement of the Yom Kippur fast) begin at 6:15 p.m., Sunday September 24th, 2023.

On the following morning, Monday, September 25th, synagogue services begin at 10:00 a.m. and continue until the closing service concludes at approximately 7:00 p.m. A communal Break-Fast follows.

The synagogue is endowed with such sufficient funds that it is not considered, presently, to be necessary to charge for seats at High Holy Day services.


The first night of Chanukah falls on the evening of Thursday, December 7th, 2023.

Here in Casper we will celebrate the 2nd night on the Shabbos of December 8th at 6:00 p.m. Our observance consists of the Menorah lighting, selective readings from the Apocrypha together with a bottomless dinner of freshly made latkes.

It is incumbent on members of our community to observe the celebratory tradition of lighting the menorah in your homes on each of the eight successive nights of Chanukah.


This year (5784), the first Seder of Passover falls on Monday evening, April 22nd, 2024.

The Rabbi, all things being equal, holds himself available to answer all your questions, so you need not hesitate to call him. Contact information is at the heading of this webpage.

Temple Beth-El  Casper, Wyoming USA
The Jewish Community Association of Casper

Sam Wiseman

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