Temple Beth Sholom is an egalitarian conservative congregation affiliated with the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism and the Synagogue Council of Massachusetts. Founded in 1885, our congregation has a rich, vibrant tradition cultivated for more than 100 years by dedicated spiritual leaders, caring support staff and active congregants.
It is the mission of Temple Beth Sholom to create and provide a dynamic, family friendly, caring, and spiritually rich environment for its members, to cultivate and strengthen the bonds of understanding of our Jewish heritage and to foster meaningful connections for Jewish learning, celebration, social activities, and community… to help build and sustain a vibrant Jewish community in Metrowest.
We reach out to all… the young and the young-at-heart.
We hope that you will visit Temple Beth Sholom, inquire about our programs and make our house of worship your home.
What’s New at TBS
Come to the craft room at the McAuliffe Public Library (746 Water St. Framingham, MA) on Sunday, March 5, 2017, 1:30-2:30 pm for a fun, energetic pre-Purim experience. This program is geared toward families with kids and will be led by Danforth Museum Art Teacher and musician Cheska Komissar. It will include an interactive Purim story, a chance to make a unique noisemaker, a “how to” booklet of Purim customs and celebration, and of course, a home-made hamantaschen sampling. This is a great way to meet other Jewish families in Metrowest. We look forward to seeing you! Sponsored by Temple Beth Sholom of Framingham.
Join us on Sunday, March 12th from 11:00-12:00 for the Young Families Purim Party featuring Pony Rides, Mishloach Manot care packages, games, treats and a Costume Parade!!! You won’t want to miss all the fun and excitement of this and then stay for our Purim Carnival! See you then! RSVP by March 7th and tell us you will be there!!!
TBS will once again be hosting our annual Purim Carnival on Sunday, March 12 from noon to 1:30pm. There will be food, games, tons of prizes, face painting, raffles, and more! Ger here early for pony rides between noon and 1pm. (Yes! Pony rides!) Bring your friends. All are welcome!
Friday nights are a time to spend with family and friends while enjoying a relaxing Shabbat dinner. It is also a time to come together as a Community and share the Shabbat experience. The question is, how do we accomplish both?
The answer is easy. Beginning on Friday night, December 23rd, we will have an Early Shabbat Service at 6:00 pm. We can come together and share Shabbat and then go home to our Shabbat dinners. We will finish our service by 6:45 pm. It is early enough for all family members!
This is a pilot program which will be on the last two, or three, Friday nights of the month, through June 30th. The dates when we will have the early service are December 23 and 30, January 20 and 27, February 17 and 24, March 17, 24, and 31, April 14 and 21, May 26, and June 23 and 30.
We look forward to seeing you and to your feedback on this new tradition at TBS.