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Help us meet Rob's challenge by contributing to our High Holy Days Appeal!

RIGHT NOW… there is a buzz at Congregation B’nai Shalom as we prepare to begin the school year, get ready for the High Holy Days, and begin to put plans in place for some exciting projects in the coming year.
RIGHT NOW… as President of Congregation B’nai Shalom, I am thinking about the High Holy Day message that I deliver on Yom Kippur morning.
RIGHT NOW… I am hoping to deliver 3-5 minutes of AWESOME that DOES NOT include an ask for your contribution to our annual High Holy Day Campaign.

If we exceed last year’s High Holy Day Campaign by 5% BEFORE Yom Kippur, I commit to giving an awesome High Holy Day message that morning that DOES NOT include an ask for your contributions.

Watch the video below – a compilation of the last 12 months at Congregation B’nai Shalom. It says everything about B’nai Shalom and why it is important to support the High Holy Days Appeal RIGHT NOW...



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Messages

Rabbi Gurevitz

A Message from Rabbi Gurevitz

Make a commitment to new Jewish Learning

With the school year about to kick off again, our children and those of us who are parents have minds very much turned to the responsibilities and opportunities that come with learning. You’ve heard us speak often of ‘life long learning’ as a core Jewish value, and indeed it is. 

Rabbi Eiduson

A Message from Rabbi Eiduson

We are so excited to welcome you all back to our Eitz Chayim Sunday Religious School program. The first regular day of Eitz Chayim Sunday classes for all students in grades Kindergarten – 5 is Sunday, September 15. Classes meet from 8:30 am – 11:30 am.
The Brotherhood Welcome Back Cookout is on Sunday, September 15, following our first day of Sunday school, at 11:30 am in the Social Hall. Join us for a burger or a hot dog and lots of conversation. Thank you, Brotherhood.

Temple President

A Message from Rob

Welcome Back!

I hope everyone had a terrific summer. I am always tempted to say “Welcome Back” as we transition to the fall when religious school commences and we begin to prepare for the High Holy Days. I need to remind myself that the congregation is active all year and our special-themed summer Shabbatot were well attended, as were our other summer events, services, and gatherings. I will say it anyhow — “Welcome Back.”

Fri, September 20 2019 20 Elul 5779