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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.


Upcoming Programs & Events

Chai Mitzvah Class
Monday, Jul 22 7:30p
Weekly Mah Jongg
Thursday, Jul 25 6:30p
Men's Club Monthly Brunch
Sunday, Jul 28 10:00a
Alefbet Camp Ends
Thursday, Aug 1
Weekly Mah Jongg
Thursday, Aug 1 6:30p

Click here to view all upcoming events


 David Nissan,

(Iranian-born Israeli specialist on Iran and the Middle East)


Sunday, August 11th at 7:30pm


Join us for a most interesting & enlightening  speaker, David   Nissan, who has 23 years of experience in the Israeli intelligence and security establishment. You will received exposure to how intelligence analysts try to see things from the adversaries’ point of view, and in this way gain deeper insight regarding the real reasons and motivations behind the dramatic events being played out these days on the Middle-Eastern and the  international arenas. To read more about David Nissan, Click Here.


David will speak for an hour followed by a question/answer discussion.  Refreshments will be served.


This event is free and open to the community. 


Please RSVP to let us know if you will be attending. CLICK HERE

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Mon, July 22 2019 19 Tammuz 5779