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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 and nearby Alpharetta) – 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.  For more information about Beth Shalom, CLICK HERE.

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BETH SHALOM WINS NATIONAL AWARD

The USCJ Schechter Awards were given to only 12 congregations throughout the country and Canada at the USCJ International Convention held in Atlanta this past week. These awards recognize innovative programs in prayer, programming, and Israel education.

Congregation Beth Shalom’s congregational school lead by Linda Zimmerman, was proud to be one of the 12 congregations honored. They were recognized for their 2016-2017 Teen Scene program which incorporated material from the Institute for the Study of Modern Israel at Emory, as well as the videos and instructional material from the Jerusalem U/Stand Up for Israel program. The course explored Israel’s unique complexities, accomplishments and values. It inspire our teens to form a relationship with Israel, her people, and her heritage, as well as give them the tools they will need to respond to the voices that they will come into contact with, if not in high school, almost assuredly on their college campus.

Our instructors, Edye Nechmad, past VP of Education and Rich Walter, the Associate Director of Israel Education for the Center for Israel Education at Emory used videos featuring some of the Jewish world’s most revered thought leaders, as well as classroom discussions to instruct the teens on the modern history of the State of Israel and to learn how to become advocates for Israel as they become our future leaders.

Tue, January 23 2018 7 Shevat 5778