Upcoming Events
Knit & Knosh April 26
Adult Ed April 26
Talmud class April 27
Rosh Chodesh group April 27
Dinner Club April 27
ECC yard sale April 28
Cafe Sholom April 30
Holocaust program April 30
   

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Bingo

Sunday
April 2, 23, 30

Monday
April 3, 24

Doors open at 5 p.m.
Games start at 7 p.m.

Bonanzas
Sunday, May 21
Monday, May 8

Closings
Sunday, April 9, 16
Monday, April 10, 17

 

Leadership

Spiritual Leadership

Rabbi Jordan Hersh
Beth Sholom welcomed Rabbi Jordan Hersh and his wife, Cantor Shulie Hersh, to the congregation in July 2014. Rabbi Hersh, who spent a year with Beth Sholom as a Gladstein Fellow, serves as its full-time rabbi. He oversees and guides the spiritual direction of the congregation and the religious education of adults and children; takes part in community outreach and interfaith efforts; performs lifecycle ceremonies; and serves as an integral member of the Jewish and greater Frederick communities. Please stop by Beth Sholom to meet him, or join us Aug. 30 at 10 a.m. for an open house and a chance to get to know Rabbi and Cantor Hersh. Meet Rabbi Hersh.

Cantor Shulie Hersh
Cantor Shulie Hersh is Beth Sholom's first-ever cantor. She serves the congregation part time in a variety of musical and educational capacities. Her beautiful voice enhances and brings a spiritual warmth to our Shabbat and holiday services. Meet Cantor Hersh.

Rabbi Morris Kosman z"l, emeritus
Rabbi Kosman was Beth Sholom's spiritual leader from 1961 until January 2010, when he became rabbi emeritus. During the 48 years he served as Beth Sholom's spiritual leader, Rabbi Kosman also taught Hebrew school, prepared teens for Bar and Bat Mitzvah and offered adult education classes in a wide array of topics. The guiding principles of Rabbi Kosman's leadership included the encouragement and nurturing of ongoing education in the Jewish experience for adults, as well as the development of a positive attitude toward Judaism and a solid educational background for children. For about five years after retiring, Rabbi Kosman continued to be a presence in the congregation, attending services and performing live-cycle events. Who was Rabbi Kosman?

Board of Trustees

The Board of Trustees is Beth Sholom's governing body. The board meets on the third Wednesday of each month at 7 p.m. in the Community Center. Congregants are welcome to attend board meetings and are invited to offer input regarding policies, events and other topics of interest to congregants. Meet Beth Sholom's Board of Trustees.

Staff

Beth Sholom's office is staffed by an executive director and an administrative assistant. They are responsible for the day-to-day operations of the congregation and are available during office hours to discuss topics that are of interest or concern. Contact Beth Sholom's office staff and leaders.

Meet Dan Pearlman
Dan, who has been a member of the congregation for more than 20 years, served in several positions on Beth Sholom's board of trustees before being elected president. Dan also has been a bingo caller for more than two decades. He is the youngest of two sets of twins and grew up just north of New york City. He is an Eagle Scout and has worked in the ediscovery area of law since 1999. He invites all to participate in the many exciting aspects of our congregation.