Welcome to Temple Beth Shalom

 
Temple Beth Shalom is a Reform Jewish congregation dedicated to Jewish values of study, worship and social responsibility.
 

Temple Beth Shalom is open and active. Much of our activity is virtual but we are having some opportunities for in person gathering.  If you would like information on our services and activities, contact our office 772-569-4700 or email tbsoffice@tbsvero.org.

Upcoming Events

  1. 19 Oct

    Walking the Beach with Rabbi

    8:15 am - 9:15 am
  2. 19 Oct

    Beth El Boca Lunch and Learn Mah Tovu

    12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

    Next dates: 26 Oct | 02 Nov |
  3. 20 Oct

    Hebrew School

    4:30 pm - 6:00 pm

    Next dates: 27 Oct | 03 Nov | 10 Nov |
  4. 21 Oct

    Caring Community Group Mtg.

    11:00 am - 12:00 pm

    Next dates: 18 Nov | 16 Dec | 20 Jan |

From the Union For Reform Judaism / Reform Movement

The 2022 Jews of Color (JOC) JewV’Nation Fellowship Cohort: Apply Now!

The 2022 Jews of Color (JOC) JewV’Nation Fellowship Cohort: Apply Now! urjadmin October 7, 2021

The Union for Reform Judaism’s (URJ) is now accepting applications for the 2022 Jews of Color (JOC) JewV’Nation Fellowship Cohort, the second cohort led exclusively by and for Jews of Color.

Film Review: Golden Voices

Film Review: Golden Voices urjadmin October 4, 2021

In Evgeny Ruman’s bittersweet new film, Golden Voices, a pair of aging voice actors find their lives in upheaval after immigrating to Israel from the former Soviet Union. Victor and Raya, (Vladimir Friedman and Maria Belkin), are not only in a new land with an altogether new language, but also at a crossroads in both career and marriage.

Temporary Structure, Perpetual Joy

Temporary Structure, Perpetual Joy urjadmin October 4, 2021

Sukkot is known in Hebrew as Z’man Simchateinu – the time of our joy. It’s

The Geography of Religion: Finding My Spiritual Home in Judaism

The Geography of Religion: Finding My Spiritual Home in Judaism jstern September 29, 2021

As interested as I was in Judaism, I had assumed that becoming part of the Jewish community was not an option for me. For a long time, I thought that one could only be part of the Jewish community through Jewish ancestry or marriage to a Jewish partner.