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Your Home!

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.

Upcoming Programs & Events

Mini Minyan
Shabbat, Jan 18 10:45a
Blood Drive
Sunday, Jan 19 9:30a
Day of Service
Sunday, Jan 19 9:30a
Sunday, Jan 19 9:30a

Click here to view all upcoming events

Blood Drive


Sponsored By

“Congregation Beth Shalom”

Social Hall – Open to all!


Sunday, January 19, 2020


9:30 am – 2:30 pm


Give Blood and be entered to win an all paid trip to the Super Bowl


Plus...Raffle for 1 of 5 Kroger Gift-cards!


Be A HERO and make your appointment today!

 CLICK HERE to find this blood drive fast!

Or call 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767).

Join us on Sunday, January 19th

starting at 10:00am (MLK Weekend)


Please join Gilner Religious School families, Alefbet Preschool families, and members of our Sisterhood, Men’s Club, Youth Department, and the rest of our Kehillah as we do good deeds to help others in the greater Atlanta community, help spruce up our building, and perform acts of g’milut chasidim, acts of kindness.


So many much fun while doing a mitzvah!


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