Friday, December 8th:
5:30PM – Shabat Chanukah dinner at TBS with Monroe Temple. Bring your chanukiah and candles.
Blessings and songs will be sung by everyone.

7PM – Service in the sanctuary will include lighting our giant chanukiah, lots of music from Haverim B’shirim
and Monroe Temple musicians. Followed by festive Oneg with traditional Chanukah foods.

Sunday, December 10th 9:30-11:30AM: Chanukah Festival at TBS. Classroom lessons, Chanukah learning, games, crafts and music.

Friday, December 15th 7:30PM: Shabbat Chanukah at Monroe Temple


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The safety of our congregation and community has been of paramount importance. We  are back in our building.  Follow this link to register.

Welcome to Temple Beth Shalom…Jewishly Warm and Relevant

We are proud to provide a safe and sacred space for all Jews and interfaith families without regard to race, gender, or other barriers to love. Our community is part of the reform Judaism tradition where spiritual discovery, educational richness, loving-kindness, and personal responsibility are developed to better ourselves, our children, and the world which we all share.

In addition to regular weekly and holiday services, we host b’nai Mitzvah training, children’s education, enrichment programs (including adult Hebrew, crafts and informative discussions on a wide range of topics) and a post b’nai mitzvah group..

For 75 years, Temple Beth Shalom has taught and practiced Tikkun Olam, allowing our families and friends to join in healing the world.


Schmooze & Learn Zoom Torah Study with Rabbi Shinder will return soon.


The Amazing Journey of a Torah from Port Jervis to Florida, NY
After a phone call to a synagogue that was disbanding, a group of TBS members set out to rescue a Torah scroll. Read more…

Shavua Tov, may you have a good week, brought to you by Rabbi Rebecca Shinder and her children, Jeremy, Jacob and Hannah. Watch here and sound on, please.