Beth El Synagogue is a Conservative synagogue in St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador. It is the only synagogue in Newfoundland, and the easternmost synagogue in North America.
The Hebrew Congregation of Newfoundland was founded in 1909, meeting in rented spaces in town. The current synagogue building at the corner of Elizabeth and Downing was constructed from 1959-1961, and features include an open courtyard.Edmond de Rothschild was made an honorary member of the synagogue in 1966 for his contributions to its construction. In 2001, the building underwent extensive renovations.
As of 2008
, the congregation had 25 member families. The president was Dr. Michael Paul.