President’s Message

Fellow Congregants,

The 5777 High Holiday season has come and gone, and I want to thank each of you who attended one or more of our services for making this High Holiday season at Congregation Beth Shalom meaningful and successful.

As always, Rabbi Alan Greenbaum did an outstanding job in leading us in worship, and stimulating us with his sermons and presentations.  Our musician, Rebekah Hood provided a beautiful moving cello rendition of Kol Nidre to set the tone for Yom Kippur. 

I want to thank each of you who contributed to our Annual Food Drive Mitzvah Project. The donation we made to Mother Hubbard’s Cupboard at Saint Andrews Church was our largest ever, and very much appreciated, as we delivered over 25 bags of sorely needed food and paper goods.   

Our regular monthly services will resume on November 18/19, and I want to extend an invitation for all to join us on a regular monthly basis (we meet on the third Friday/Saturday of each month).  Our Pot Luck Dinners preceding Friday services will continue at the Marysville Buddhist Church (located at 125 B Street, Marysville – just around the corner from our synagogue), followed by services at 7:30, with Torah Study and Adult Education at 10 AM on Saturday.  We will have an informal ‘breakfast with the Rabbi’ prior to our Torah Study at 9:30, so feel free to bring along a bagel and coffee to nosh on as we have a freewheeling discussion for 30 minutes or so.

I do hope to see you there for some or all of our monthly activities.

Thank you!!!

Tony Kurlan, President


Dear Members and Friends of Congregation Beth Shalom,
Our new fiscal year begins on July 1st.  Attached is a Cover Letter and Membership Form to mail your payment in addition to the 2016-2017 schedule of services.

11.18.2016 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm


11.19.2016 10:00 am - 12:00 pm


12.16.2016 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm


12.17.2016 10:00 am - 12:00 pm


01.20.2017 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm


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Growing & Fostering Our Jewish World

Congregation Beth Shalom is a welcoming, family like Reform Jewish community. We are responsive to the needs of our diverse congregation, as well as to those in the greater community who seek Jewish learning and fellowship. Through lifelong Torah study, communal worship and friendship, we seek to deepen our cultural identity and spiritual connection. As we continuously interpret our lives through our relationship with G-d, Torah and K'lal Yisrael, we strive to meet our sacred responsibilities through tzedaka and acts of loving kindness.