Welcome To Our Temple

WORKING TO PRESERVE JEWISH TRADITION

The mission of this congregation is to cultivate the tenets of Reform Judaism through prayer, worship, study, fellowship and good works. In pursuit of this, we commit ourselves to ongoing innovation, seeking new challenges and continually evaluating our progress and results while building and sustaining an environment necessary to realize our mission.

HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES 5783

Temple B’nai Sholem is proud to have Rabbi David Whiman and Cantorial soloist Sherry Cohen with us again for the High Holidays.  Together Rabbi Whiman’s inspiring words and Sherry’s beautiful voice will make Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur a special experience for our congregation.
 
Rosh Hashanah begins on Sunday, September 25, and continues during Monday, September 26.  Yom Kippur begins with the Kol Nidrei service on Tuesday, October 4, and continues during Wednesday, October 5.  If you would like to attend our services please call the Temple at (252)-638-4545 and request details and an invitation to the services.  There is no charge for attending services at our Temple.   Services will also be live streamed on Zoom.  To request a link to the Zoom service please call the Temple at the number above.

SHABBAT SERVICES 

The Saturday morning service will begin at 10:30 a.m.   As is our tradition, Shabbat services will take place on the first Saturday of each month at 10:30 a.m. and all other weeks they will be on Friday evening at 7:30 p.m.  Each service will take place at the Temple and will also be streamed via Zoom for those who cannot attend at the Temple.

Please continue to check the website each week for the current schedule.

We invite you to join us.  For information about joining our Zoom service or any other Temple functions please call the Temple at 252-638-4545.  After speaking with you we will be happy to send you a link to a Zoom service.

COMING EVENTS – See Our New Temple Brochure

 SUKKOT AND SIMCHAT TORAHThe Temple will hold Sukkot services on Monday, October 10 at 10:30 am.  There will be an opportunity to hold the etrog and lulav at services and there will be an open house after services in the Temple’s sukkah at noon.  Simchat Torah services will be held on the evening of Sunday, October 16 at 7:30 pm.   There will be processions with the  Torah, which will  be concluded and begun anew.  Please click here to see a flyer about the Sukkot open house.

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