Temple Beth Shalom subscribes to the beliefs and practices of Judaism as articulated by the Conservative Movement. Although Temple Beth Shalom is a Conservative congregation, our members are comfortable with both Conservative and Reform Judaism. Our services are compatible with both branches. An Oneg- Shabbat is held each Friday night providing our members with the opportunity to socialize.
We recognize the importance of Israel and respond to the needs of Jews throughout the world. We cooperate with Federation and other Jewish organizations locally in order to create a vibrant, creative Jewish community.
We believe that a synagogue must create a sense of fellowship and warmth among its
members of all ages. All of our members are deeply involved in running the synagogue.
Our Temple Beth Shalom family enjoys the fellowship and kinship which derive from a variety of activities such as celebrating holidays together, laughing together and studying together.
Our members have found a home away from home where friendly people are always eager and willing to help you, whether you are a couple, single parent family, senior adult, intermarried, LGBTQ or prospective convert to Judaism.
At Temple Beth Shalom you will find a place where you count and are important both as a Jew and a human being.