Your gift to the 2021/5782 TBS
High Holy Days Appeal allows us to thrive!
Our goal is to raise $30,000!
Have a sweet and happy New Year.

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Click here to see
the schedule of online
High Holy Days services.

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Creative Tashlich and Shofar Blowing
This Rosh Hashana we gathered together
on the
 front lawn for inspirational song and prayers,
and then wandered into the meditation garden to 
contemplate and cast out our bird seed.

We closed with Rabbi 
blasting a long and loud 
Tikiah Gedolah the Shofar.


Wednesday, September 15
7:30 pm Kol Nidre-
Streaming online.
Thursday, September 16
Yom Kippur - Download a copy
of online events from the link in the apple above.
FRIDAY, September 17
6:30 pm  Erev Shabbat Service
Kabbalat Shabbat-Live and 
-Person and Online.
SATURDAY, September 18

8:30am -10:00am
Torah Study on ZOOM.

10:30 Shabbat Services -Live and in-Person and Online.


To attend In-Person Services
you must be 
fully vaccinated,
be able to to show proof of vaccination, and wear a mask.


You can send an image of your proof of vaccination ahead of services to Faith Norwick at


Thank You!


Participating in Shabbat Services In-Person


Now that we are reunited with loved ones, we can renew our friendships and enjoy soul-elevating prayer. If you’re fully vaccinated, please join us at Temple Beth Shalom for Shabbat prayers, live music and an uplifting sermon from Rabbi Neil. 


To attend, simply take a picture of your vaccination card and email it to Faith Norwick at She’ll put you on a list that will insure you can attend any and all services in-person.  


If you’re unable to be with us in person, please continue to watch online using your siddur (our gift with renewed membership that will be available for pick-up at the front office very soon), and the link found in each week’s TBS e-digest.


Masks will be required for everyone but our clergy. We’ll be back in full swing and we look forward to you joining us!