Congregation Beth Shalom

Get Involved!

Volunteering to help with a committee or event is a great way to meet other synagogue members and have fun, while performing a mitzvah at the same time! There are a lot of things to do, both at the synagogue, as well as from home. Please return this form with your registration, with one or more volunteer areas checked. Checking a box means only that someone will contact you to give you more information. If you want further information, feel free to contact a Board member.

  Adult Education
  Building Use
  Long range planning
  Community Dinners
  Cultural Arts
  Member experience
  Men's club
  Tikun Olam
  Youth group
  Avodah committee
  I would like to volunteer anywhere needed

Descriptions of committees


  • Adult Education - Develops adult curriculum, plans adult education activities. Library - Operates the synagogue library
  • Management/Administrative

  • Budget/Finance - Reviews budget, finances, recommends improvements to financial processes
  • Building Use - Recommends policies related to the use of the building and maintenance of our kosher kitchen.
  • Fundraising - Plans and runs activities and programs aimed at fundraising.
  • Landscaping - Helps with annual planting and other landscape maintenance.
  • Long Range Planning - Works on developing and maintaining said plan.
  • Technology - Reviews and makes recommendations for the improvement of CBS’ technical infrastructure
  • Social

  • Chesed - Provides assistance and meals to those in need.
  • Community Dinners - Plans monthly Shabbat and other community dinners.
  • Cultural Arts - Envisions, plans, and executes performing arts events at CBS.
  • Member experience - Develops programs to connect members and improve member satisfaction
  • Membership - Help attract and welcome new members to Congregation Beth Shalom
  • Men's Club - Social / Athletic events.
  • Newsletter/communication - Develops and manages communication to members including web, digest, and newsletter
  • Oneg - Coordinates Oneg schedule and volunteers
  • Tikun Olam - Provides volunteers to help serve the disadvantaged, such as PADS (a shelter program) and the food pantry
  • Youth Group - Social and other events focused on young members.
  • Worship

  • Avodah - Plans order of worship for special observances and High Holidays. Reviews other religious policies as necessary. Usher corps - Serves as greeters and ushers for Shabbat and High Holiday Worship
  • Other

  • Anywhere - I would like to volunteer anywhere needed
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