Beth Shalom Congregation
The Center for Conservative Jewish Life
in Howard County, Maryland
Beth Shalom prides itself on being a warm congregation that cares for its members as part of an extended family. We encourage involvement and participation and provide our members with a well rounded and diverse program of activities that touch every area of Jewish Life: Worship, Education and Community.
Our daily minyan, Shabbat services and other programs have gone online. Our clergy and staff continue to work and be available by email and phone to serve you. In an effort to reduce the spread of COVID, and protect the health and safety of the staff, please make an appointment if you need to come to the synagogue.
In-Person Friday Night and Saturday morning Shabbat Services
We are so excited to welcome everyone back to the building for services! We will have in person services led by Rabbi Grossman and Cantor Apt . On Saturday morning, we will have a full Torah reading and chanting of the Haftorah. We look forward to seeing you and your entire family.
Space is limited and advanced registration is required. Please have one person sign up for your family. You will be asked if you agree with requirements for attendance when you register.
For those who cannot attend, or do not feel comfortable attending in person, we will continue to use Zoom.
When? Friday, June 18 at 6:00 p.m. Join Rabbi Grossman and Cantor Apt as they lead Shabbat evening services. Rabbi Grossman will address “The Ethics of Deuteronomy: How Do We Weigh Our Choices and Their Consequences?” Rabbi Grossman draws on rabbinic tradition to offer a different way of seeing these lists as a lesson in how we can make better decisions when weighing our choices and thinking about the consequences of our actions. All are welcome. Pre-registration is required to attend in-person services. Sign up here.
When? Saturday, June 19 at 9:30 a.m. in-person, on Zoom and LiveStream. Join us for Shabbat morning services and a special edition of “Torah Talks” with Rabbi Amy Scheinerman. Rabbi Scheinerman will address “Juneteenth – An Occasion for Jews to Contemplate and Celebrate.” Download the text of the talk here. Pre-registration is required to attend in-person services. Sign up here
For more information about services and safety protocols, read our Shabbat FAQs
Due to COVID-19 we are asking anyone that needs to come to the building to please call in advance
8070 Harriet Tubman Lane
MON-THU 10:00 – 3:00
FRI 9:00 – 2:00