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We're in it together

Our congregation is a community, and even though we are not in the building, we are continuing lifelong learning, Mitzvah making, social club outings, festival planning… it’s all still happening at Congregation B’nai Shalom. And the lights and heat are still running! So just like you, we still have to pay our mortgage/rent, utility bills, etc. 

We’ve always relied on fundraising to balance our budget. Membership commitment and religious school tuition don’t cover it all. Fundraising is always important to our community, and this year, our usual fundraising and other ways we get income just weren’t possible. The need is critical for additional donations to keep the lights burning. fundraising thermometer

So far, more than 100 families have answered the call. We’re getting closer to our goal. 

WE NEED YOU to step up to the plate and help Congregation B’nai Shalom not just pay for the copy machine, the hand sanitizers, the lights, and the heat.
We need YOU to support YOUR congregation so we can continue to be a vibrant hub of Jewish Life in Central Massachusetts.  

Fundraising enables us to include everyone in our entire community regardless of financial status. Now, it’s more important than ever to come together as a community where we can support one another. 

To support Congregation B'nai Shalom with a donation, please click here.


Rabbi Gurevitz

Message from Rabbi Gurevitz

This year we reinvented our High Holy Day observances to provide online and some in-person options to respond to the context of the pandemic. As we come to the end of this year’s High Holy Days, we invite you to join our Ritual Practices group to reflect together on the experience.
In addition to attending, you are also invited to email your responses to the to Ritual chair, Natalie Rudolph, at to help shape the conversation. Click here for more.

Rabbi Eiduson

Message from Rabbi Joe

Thank you for allowing us the privilege of working with your children! Beginnings are exciting, wonderful, amazing, and awe-inspiring! The CBS faculty members are so excited that it is the start of a new year, even though this new year will be very different from those we have experienced together in the past. On Sundays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays, our computer screens, iPads, cell phones, and tablets will be buzzing with the voices of students and faculty engaged in meaningful online Jewish learning and growth.

Temple President

Message from Steven

On behalf of your community, I am asking for your help. To everyone who is able, please give what you can.

We know this is a time of uncertainty. We know people are struggling. We are here for you if you need help. But we can only be here, if you are here for us. So, please, go to and help to sustain your community.

           Temple Hours, Reaching Temple Staff & Zoom

  • As all non-essential meetings and services are canceled and the Temple Building is closed. Many temple staff members are working remotely from home. 
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Sign up for one of our Social Groups! 

 We have lots of groups for people with lots of varied interests. Maybe you’re new to the area… or maybe you already have friends to watch a movie with, but are looking for people to go on day trips or to dinner with. It’s easy to find others with a common interest when you are part of a big community. CBS Social Groups are interest groups where anyone can suggest or plan a gathering and invite others who have expressed similar interests through our CBS social club emails. Check out the list and sign up here!

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