75th Anniversary

5780 marks Beth Shalom's 75th anniversary. We are celebrating this milestone all year! We want you to celebrate with us! 

An anniversary committee has been working feverishly to prepare some dynamic programming, projects, and fundraising efforts to honor 75 vibrant years of Beth Shalom Synagogue.
5780 marks Beth Shalom’s 75th anniversary. We are celebrating this milestone all year! We want you to celebrate with us!

An anniversary committee has been working feverishly to prepare some dynamic programming, projects, and fundraising efforts to honor 75 vibrant years of Beth Shalom Synagogue.

Anniversary Events

Jan. 10, 2020
Musical Kabbalat Shabbat & dinner with Union of Reform Judaism President Rabbi Rick Jacobs.

Jan. 11, 2020
Shacharit Shabbat with Rabbi Rick Jacobs and luncheon to follow.
Congregations Glass Art Project with Susan Arnold.

Aug. 7, 2020
Kabbalat Shabbat.

Aug. 8, 2020
Shacharit Shabbat and luncheon to follow.
75th Anniversary Dinner Show celebration

Aug. 9, 2020
Breakfast and Sofer/Torah repairs

All events are without cost for our Beth Shalom community.

75 Questions for 75 Years

Click on the links below to participate in our 75 questions contest. The winner will be announced after the 75th question has been posted.

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How Can You Help?

Donate!*
Online with PayPal or via paper form and check. Please indicate 75th Anniversary on either.

Volunteer!
Contact the office to let them know you are interested.

Sponsor!
Contact the office to let them know you are interested.

*Donor Levels per family unit
$10,000+  Meyasdim – Founders
Sponsor all 75th year events; 36 written words in the Torah

$3,600+ Amudim – Pillars
Sponsor Torah repairs; ; 36 written words in the Torah

$1,800+ Bonim – Builders
Sponsor event of your choice; 18 written words in the Torah

$360+ Tomchim – Supporters
Sponsor glass art project; 12 written words in the Torah

$180+ Chaverim – Friends
Sponsor a kiddush luncheon; 8 written words in the Torah