Upcoming Events
Mah Jongg Feb. 20
Knit & Knosh Feb. 21
Intro to Kabbalah Feb. 21
Adult Ed Feb. 22
Dinner Club Feb. 22
Purim Bash Feb. 24
PJ Library Feb. 25
Purim Carnival Feb. 25
Mah Jongg Feb. 27
Intro to Kabbalah Feb. 27
Knit & Knosh Feb. 28
Family Megillah reading Feb. 28
Full Megillah reading Feb. 28
Megillah reading, Seudah March 1
   

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Bingo

Sunday
Feb. 4, 11, 18, 25

Monday
Feb. 5, 12, 19, 26

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

Bonanzas
Sunday: Feb. 18
Monday: March 12

 

Education

Early Childhood Center

Beth Sholom's pre-school, for children ages 2-5, provides an environment in which each child can flourish in a warm and loving Jewish atmosphere. The program helps children develop a positive self-image and prepares them for continuing their education.

Learn more about the Early Childhood Center.

Religious School

The Beth Sholom Religious School is a vibrant, growing school that strives to create a warm and welcoming environment for students to explore Judaism and discover how it relates to their own lives as well as to the wider Jewish community. Our exciting, experiential-based curriculum encourages learning, fosters a love of Judaism and an appreciation of the value of Torah study. Partnering with parents, our goal is to help form students' identities as committed and knowledgeable Jews who are actively engaged in Jewish communal life.

Beth Sholom also offers a wide variety of programs to enhance students' understanding of Judaism, as well as help them develop strong and positive Jewish identities. We are excited to offer a blend of electronic and on-site instruction, a madrichim program, youth groups, monthly school participation in Friday night services and family learning workshops.

Learn more about Beth Sholom's religious school offerings.

Meet our students
Beth Sholom's education curriculum is designed not only to prepare them for their Bar and Bat Mitzvahs, but to prepare them to be responsible Jewish adults with an understanding of and appreciation for Jewish culture, history and religion. Our experienced teachers are committed to providing enriching and meaningful experiences.