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
Mother’s Day was a special day at Temple Beth Sholom as we enjoyed the jazz singing of Rav-Hazzan Scott Sokol and his mother Carol Sokol, accompanied by Ed Broadwin, Ted Casher, Zac Casher, Jim Guttman and David Sparr. There were approximately 75 people in attendance enjoying a cafe style concert with refreshments while listening to the exceptional voices and music. Continue reading →
We’re pleased to bring Minyan Maker back to the website! At the right of the page, the Next Minyan section now includes links for you to request a minyan and become a minyan maker, as well as a list of requested minyans coming up in the next 7 days (if any).
Requesting a minyan sends an email to the Minyan Makers email list. You can be a Minyan Maker by adding your name to the Minyan Makers email list. Use the forms at the links provided.
Of course, you can continue to contact the Temple Office to request a minyan. We hope you’ll take advantage of our online capabilities too.
A popular feature of our website was the Online Misheberachs capability, where in registered users could notify the synagogue of names they’d like read when misheberachs are said. We’ve brought that capability to the new site, found here. You can find more information on the Service Times & Resources page as well.
After many years, our website has undergone a long overdue overhaul. Everything you need to know about TBS can be found here, just as before, along with up-to-date calendar information. You may notice some things from the old site have not made their way to the new site. Some of that is intentional, some not. We’re working to bring the most useful and the most used capabilities forward. Please stay tuned!