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When Bad Things Happen to Good People: The Jewish Quest to Understand God

Tuesday, December 13

The Torah teaches us that God is just – but how can we believe that when our world is so full of injustice? Join Rabbi Rosenthal to explore the strikingly different ways in which Jewish...

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What's Happening

It is Great to be Here

By: Rabbi Paul F. Resnick
Posted: Monday, August 8, 2022

TBSR DEVARIM 8.6.22 Shabbat Shalom. It is great to be here. TY for coming today. My first drash to you. What does the new rabbi present? What is the Torah that I should share? What...

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The Greater Whole: Enhancing Inclusion Efforts at Temple Beth Sholom

By: Sharon Solomon
Posted: Tuesday, November 2, 2021

In forward-thinking Jewish and educational communities, it is understood that true inclusion is not simply tolerance, but the wholehearted acceptance of people, regardless of gender, race, class or one’s physical, emotional and intellectual needs. For...

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Suspended in a Miracle

By: Rabbi Alan B. Lucas
Posted: Thursday, September 16, 2021

Yom Kippur Day 5782/2021 Click here to view the video I stand here today thinking back over almost half a century of High Holy Days as a rabbi. In Rabbinical school I had a few...

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Do You Care About Israel? Why?

By: Rabbi Alan B. Lucas
Posted: Wednesday, September 15, 2021

Kol Nidre 5782/2021 Rabbi Danny Gordis tells a story from the days he was dean of the Ziegler Rabbinical School, our Conservative Movement rabbinical school on the west coast. The year was 1994. A 19-...

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Being an A+ Human Being

By: Rabbi Cara Weinstein Rosenthal
Posted: Wednesday, September 8, 2021

Rosh Hashanah Day Two – September 8, 2021 Kenichiro Fumita was crying so hard that he could barely get the words out. “I wanted to return my gratitude to the concerned people and volunteers who...

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Worship

In-Person Services

We are now back to In-Person Services. No registration required. We look forward to seeing you at Services.

Online Services

Please refer to the Weekly Service Schedule and click on the  link associated with the Service you wish to join.

Weekly Service Schedule

Shabbat Services

Friday, December 9
5:30 PM:
Kabbalat Shabbat

Saturday, December 10
9:30 AM: Shacharit, Sermon and Musaf
B’nei Mitzvah of Anne and Samuel Goldstein

Kiddush following Services

4:30 PM: Mincha/Ma’ariv Service/Havdalah

Weekday Services

Monday, December 5
6:45 AM: Morning Minyan
7:30 PM:
Evening Minyan

Tuesday, December 6
6:45 AM: Morning Minyan
7:30 PM: Evening Minyan

Wednesday, December 7
6:45 AM: Morning Minyan
7:30 PM: Evening Minyan

Thursday, December 8
6:45 AM: Morning Minyan
7:30 PM: Evening Minyan

Friday, December 9
6:45 AM: Morning Minyan

Sunday, December 11
9:00 AM:
Morning Minyan
7:30 PM: Evening Minyan

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