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 (read more)

Israeli Dance

Join our friendly group to connect with your Jewish culture, enjoy some physical activity and sharpen your memory through Israeli folk dancing. We do plenty of circle and line dances, and mix up to partner for occasional couple dances. All ages and experience levels are welcome, including children accompanied by an parent.

We meet almost every Monday with dances for beginners and then moving on to intermediate dances.

The group is open to the community, but people wishing to (read more)

Newsletter Archive

The CBS newsletter has been available in an electronic format since February of 2009. Those past issues are available here. For paper-based issues of the newsletter from prior to February, 2009, please stop by the (read more)

Sign up to host an Oneg!

So, do you want to help with the Onegs? It's actually quite simple and a very rewarding way to reach out to our community.

For information about hosting an Oneg, please download our Oneg Guide

Onegs are held every Friday at 9:00 pm after regular Shabbat worship as well as one Friday a month after Family services at around 6:30 pm.

Please fill out the information below to sign (read more)

Caring Community (Chesed/Support)

The Chesed Committee was created to reach out and provide support to the Congregation Beth Shalom community during times of need. Members of the committee have been providing meals, running errands, taking people to doctors, and so forth, for a number of years now.

The Committee also cooks and stocks home-made meals in the Congregation's freezer. Anyone who is unable to cook for themselves due to illness, just having had a new baby, or sitting shiva, may request a (read more)

Social Action (Tikkun Olam)

Tikkun Olam translates to "repairing the world". Through our Tikkun Olam activities, Congregation Beth Shalom members step into every human's role of creating the compassionate world with peace and understanding that we all seek. We claim our own divine power to continue to shape and create the future of our community and our existence.

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Men's social groups

Congregation Beth Shalom has two active club's for men.

Our regular men's club can regularly be seen playing football or softball on Sunday mornings while religious school is in session. They also get together on weekends for socializing and fun.

Our over 50 men's club regularly brings in speakers on topics ranging from financial management to self improvement. These program, while sponsored by the the club are generally open to all CBS (read more)

Interfaith families

Congregation Beth Shalom welcomes interfaith families. Download our Interfaith Family (read more)
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