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Celebrating the High Holy Days at TBS


Hard copies of the Mahzor Lev Shalem are available to borrow for those participating in High Holy Days services via the livestream. Mahzorim must be returned to the TBS front office by Fri 10/21 or there will be a $72 charge per Mahzor.

Shanah Tovah! Wishing you a happy and sweet new year!

Join us as we celebrate with our Temple Beth Sholom community. Services will be in-person as well as livestreamed. The TBS families listed HERE wish you and your family a happy, healthy, and sweet new year. Donations to the High Holy Day Appeal can be made HERE.



Dedicate a new Mahzor Lev Shalem, High Holy Day prayerbook, in honor or in memory of a loved one

We are excited to introduce Mahzor Lev Shalem, the new High Holy Day prayerbook, this year on Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur! Dedicate a Mahzor for a loved one with an inscription and book plate that will be used in the congregational service. Participants in our High Holy Day family services can dedicate a copy of Mahzor Sholom, a new family mahzor, created by Alex Weinberg. Complete details and ordering information can be found here. 



Operation Isaiah

TBS will join other Conservative congregations nationwide in heeding the words of the prophet, Isaiah, to “share bread with the hungry...and not turn away from people in need.” We will be participating in Operation Isaiah initiated by the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism.  When you come to services for Kol Nidre, bring bags filled with non-perishable boxed or canned food. A truck will be here to accept our donations, which will be given to JFCS. Click here for items needed.


We hope that this booklet of blessings for the holidays will be just one opportunity for you to celebrate with loved ones and our Temple Beth Sholom community. Click here.





Rosh Hashanah Day 1 - Rabbi Peltz's sermon - Click here for text

What’s the Big Idea?

Rabbi Peltz spoke about how we make our long days and short years meaningful by thinking about the big ideas that guide our lives. Please feel free to email your big ideas for our community to Rabbi Peltz, he would love to hear them!

Rosh Hashanah Day 2 - Rabbi Wexler's sermon - Click here for text

Perfectly Imperfect, Broken and Whole. May it Be Enough.

Rabbi Wexler spoke about accepting our imperfections as humans, embracing our brokenness, and seeing ourselves as enough with enough resilience within us to move forward.

Register online HERE or fill out the form below.

Register online HERE or fill out the form below.

RSVP for HaMakom services HERE.





Sat, May 27 2023 7 Sivan 5783