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Welcome to Congregation Beth Shalom, one of the most dynamic Conservative, egalitarian synagogues in the north Atlanta area (Dunwoody, Sandy Springs, Peachtree Corners and nearby Johns Creek) – not far from the JCC.

We are an inclusive, spiritual Jewish community, providing a warm, nurturing environment where we pray, learn, educate, and perpetuate Torah and Jewish values, while serving the greater community. We are a shul with a strong culture of welcoming, where all our members can learn, pray and become an integral part of our extended family. Beth Shalom is committed to being a meaningful spiritual home for all of our members regardless of background, age, stage of life, gender or sexual orientation. Whether you are Jewish or the Non-Jewish member of a Jewish Family, you can find a home at Beth Shalom.

CHANUKAH CELEBRATION 2019

 

Join us for the Beth Shalom Chanukah celebrations

 

SAVE THESE IMPORTANT DATES!

 

 

Sunday, December 15th...Family Chanukah Dinner & Celebration- Special Silent Auction to benefit the Alefbet Preschool.

 

All USYers are invited to a White Elephant Party, Sunday, December 15th between 4-5pm in the Youth Lounge

 

Saturday, December 21st...Sisterhood Latke, Vodka & Games

 

Details to follow!

Upcoming Programs & Events

Nov
20
 
 
Sisterhood Book Club
Wednesday, Nov 20 7:30p
Nov
21
Board Meeting
Thursday, Nov 21 7:00p
Nov
23
No Mini Minyan
Saturday, Nov 23
Nov
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Nov
24
 
 
Chai Mitzvah Class
Sunday, Nov 24 10:00a

Click here to view all upcoming events

MEN'S CLUB BRUNCH & SPECIAL GUEST SPEAKER,

 

ISRAELI CONSUL GENERAL,

ANAT SULTAN-DADON

Sunday, December 8, 2019

10:00am

 

Come early for Minyan at 9:30am.

Following Minyan, stay for a special Men's Club Brunch and meet the new Consul General of Israel to the Southeastern United States, Anat Sultan-Dadon.

 

For more information on Anat Sultan-Dadon, CLICK HERE

 

Brunch cost is $7 per person payable at the door.

 

Journeys is a monthly digital publication produced by USCJ to engage and inform individuals of all backgrounds who wantto be part of an authentic and dynamic Jewish experience and advance its critical role in the world. To read the latest issue of Journeys, please click here.

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