March 30, 2017  |  3 Nisan 5777
  • Welcome!

    Shalom! Welcome to Temple Beth Sholom of Roslyn Heights! We are a warm and dynamic Conservative, egalitarian congregation serving as a house of prayer, a house of learning, and a house of community, committed to expressing our Jewish identities through spiritual, educational, and social moments of communal connection and personal growth. Come learn, grow and celebrate with us!

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  • Social Action

    The Talmud teaches that “great is study, for it leads to action.” Abraham Joshua Heschel exclaimed that when he marched in the Selma Civil Rights March in 1965, his “feet were praying.”  At TBS, we strive to do tikkun olam – repair of the world – through our many social action and social justice projects. Each of us is but a tiny flame, but together we can shine a power light into our world.

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  • Tefillah

    Whenever the community gathers in prayer, the Shekhinah, God’s Presence, dwells among them. From our Shabbat services to our daily morning and evening minyanim, to our many children’s services, tefillah is the heart of our community, and is the sacred endeavor in which we connect with Our Creator together.

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  • TBS Day Camp

    The TBS Day Camp provides a warm and nurturing environment with a full range of activities guaranteed to provide summer fun! From arts and music to sports and dance, swimming, field trips, and special programs, there is something for everyone – whether in preschool or a teen CIT program - in our sizzling hot day camp!

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  • Early Childhood Center

    The Temple Beth Sholom Early Childhood Center, guided by the philosophy that “play is children’s work,” encourages children become enthusiastic learners, and active, creative explorers who are not afraid to try new ideas. Through celebration of Shabbat, Jewish holidays, and Israel with our incredible teachers and clergy, they also experience the beauty and joy of our heritage and tradition.

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  • Religious School

    Our Religious School provides an enriching learning experience for our children in grades K through 7. Our clergy and educators work together to bring Judaism, our history, traditions, literature, texts, and culture to life for our students. Our Machon High School continues that experience and offers a lively setting for our teens in grades 8-12 to forge and explore their maturing Jewish identities.


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Service Times

March 27 - April 2
Friday Night               6:30 pm

Saturday Morning      9:00 am

Saturday Evening      7:15 pm          

Sunday Morning     9:00 am
*Monday-Friday         6:45 am

Monday-Thursday    7:30 pm
Tuesday, 3/28 Rosh Chodesh - Morning Services 6:30 AM

Upcoming Events (Click event title for more information)

  • Apr 03, 2017 Author Talk

    Zahava Young Leaders of Sisterhood and the Sid Jacobson JCC invite you to an exciting evening with Alicia Ybarbo, co-author of Sh*tty Mom FOR ALL SEASONS and co-producer

  • Apr 05, 2017 Current Events/Discussion Group

    Come share your knowledge and opinions for a vibrant and relevant discussion of important social issues that impact our lives right now. Your voice can make a difference!

  • Apr 20, 2017 Men's Club Scotch Tasting

    Temple Beth Sholom Men's Club presents Scotch Tasting with Spike McClure, Senior Master of Whisky. Men's Club pre-pay $30, day of event $40; non-members pre-pay

  • Apr 27, 2017 Sisterhood Film- Raise the Roof

    Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom premiers Raise the Roof, a 2014 documentary about the reconstruction of an 18th c. Polish wooden synagogue lost during the Holocaust. Film

  • May 03, 2017 Senior Luncheon

    TBS opens its heart and its doors to all seniors from surrounding communities. We invite you to join Sisterhood for FREE lunch, FREE entertainment, and FREE hugs!

  • May 10, 2017 Sisterhood Daytime Book Discussion

    Daytime Book Discussion: Join Sisterhood for a discussion on Forgiving Maximo Rothman by A.J. Sidransky. On a chilly autumn night in New York, the lives of two men

  • May 16, 2017 Sisterhood Evening Book Discussion

    Daytime Book Discussion: Join Sisterhood for a discussion on Forgiving Maximo Rothman by A.J. Sidransky. On a chilly autumn night in New York, the lives of two men

  • Jun 12, 2017 Sisterhood Shacharit Services

    Sisterhood Shacharit Services: Celebration & Culmination of A Year of Learning Together! Followed by a Festive Luncheon


Shabbat/ Holiday Times

Children & Family Services

TBS offers many wonderful opportunities for children and families to celebrate together on Shabbat. Grab your grown-ups and join us as we mark sacred time together through a spirited Shabbat celebration! We look forward to seeing you! 


Derech Lifelong Learning and our Sisterhood join together to offer a vibrant array of classes, seminars, workshops and lectures for adults year-round. Come find the course offering that is right for you! All learners are welcome!


Recent Sermons from Rabbi Lucas

65th gala ejournal
Click here for 65th anniversary Gala ejournal

Here at Temple Beth Sholom our Services are being video-streamed so the ill, infirm and those far away can participate in our simchas.

You can access the live feed by clicking here.