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. Wed 16

    Hebrew School Bella, River Miles

    Jun 16 @ 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm
  2. Thu 17

    Caring Community Group Mtg.

    Jun 17 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
  3. Thu 17

    Beer and Bible Kilted Mermaid

    Jun 17 @ 6:00 pm - 6:30 pm
  4. Fri 18

    Hybrid Shabbat Services

    attend by Zoom or in person.
    Jun 18 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

From the Union For Reform Judaism / Reform Movement

What is Juneteenth to a Black Jew?

What is Juneteenth to a Black Jew? kbkaput June 10, 2021

While Juneteenth marks an incredibly important step in Black American rights, it was just that – one step. Juneteenth celebrated slavery becoming illegal, but it did not do away with racism; not even close. And yet, the history and spirit of Juneteenth make me hopeful.

The Ethical Conundrum of a Jewish and Democratic State

The Ethical Conundrum of a Jewish and Democratic State jstern June 8, 2021

When the State of Israel was established in 1948, its secular founders envisioned a nation that would be both Jewish and attuned to the values of liberal democracy. They were confident that a country with an overwhelming Jewish majority could maintain a Jewish character and ensure civic equality for all its inhabitants.

The Tulsa Massacre in the Yiddish Press

The Tulsa Massacre in the Yiddish Press jstern June 8, 2021

On June 2nd, 1921, when news of the Tulsa massacre reached New York, Yiddish newspapers in the city were unified in their impassioned coverage of the events.

Final Account: Film Review

Final Account: Film Review jstern June 7, 2021

The film, produced by the USC Shoah Foundation, attempts to capture the recollections of an elderly subset of Germans who lived through the Third Reich and will soon no longer be around to give voice to what they witnessed.