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 We are working hard to facilitate ways to remain "virtually" connected while having to remain physically apart for the time being.

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Online Schedule: Broadcasting with Beth Shalom

SPEND THE HIGH HOLIDAYS WITH US!

SUKKOT HAPPENINGS

 

Upcoming Programs & Events

Oct
2
 
 
Shabbat at Home, Together
Friday, Oct 2 6:00p
Oct
4
 
 
KUSY Sukkot Dinner 2020
Sunday, Oct 4 6:00p
Oct
10
Simchat Torah Celebration
Shabbat, Oct 10 7:00p

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Sukkot Dinner with Your Beth Shalom Kehillah

 

Hunky Dory Food Truck

“The Best Falafel in Town”

Fresh Authentic Israeli Street Food

Vegan - Kosher - Affordable

 

When: Thursday evening, October 8th

5:30 pm to 7:30 pm

Where: Around the Axler Patio

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KUSY SUKKOT DINNER &

SOCIALLY DISTANCED PICNIC

Sunday, October 4th

6pm - 8pm

 

Come and support KUSY by getting some dinner for Sukkot. Each box contains stuffed shells, salad, dessert and a water bottle. COST is $10 per box

 

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MAKE OUR HOME, 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.

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.

Sat, September 26 2020 8 Tishrei 5781