In compliance with all state, county and city regulations, TBS has suspended on-site services.  This stoppage will remain in effect until Rabbi, TBS officers, the Conservative Judaism governing body and elected officials are all convinced that we can reopen with positive assurance that the safety of our congregation will not be jeopardized.  Unfortunately, as this is written, we do not have any target for the in-house resumption of services.

Even though we cannot assemble in our beautiful building we can still get together, virtually.    Every Friday evening at 6:00 p.m. we join together for our Welcoming Shabbat Zoom gathering.   All members receive an email invitation with a Zoom link.  If you have a computer, tablet or smart phone and a Wi-Fi connection, all it takes is a simple click on the provided link and you, too, can be transported to the Rabbi’s home to be part of the experience.  In addition to the participation in the ritual, you will also have an opportunity to see fellow TBS congregants.  The services have been joined by as many as 30 worshippers.  This is a wonderful opportunity to “see” friends that you probably have not seen since the Shelter-In-Place was imposed.

If you are not receiving the Zoom invitation and would like to be included, send an email to with your email address and request.  If you know of anyone who wants to participate but does not have the ability to join the Zoom services on-line they can still join via telephone.  Leave the pertinent information on the TBS answering machine at 609-266-0403.  We will find a way to communicate the access information.

If you would like to join us, please contact Rabbi Fox at for more information.

As  soon as Temple Beth Shalom can open safety, the doors will be wide open.  Our services are warm and inviting.  We have regular Erev Shabbat (Friday evening) services every Friday at 8 p.m.  On the second Shabbat of every month, we have Shabbat Morning Services at 10 a.m., followed by a kiddush luncheon (open to all), and sometimes a study session with the Rabbi.

Temple Beth Shalom also holds services and programs to celebrate the Jewish holidays throughout the year.  Please check the Temple Beth Shalom Calendar or this page for details.