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An informal, unpretentious, and caring home for the Jewish soul, heart and mind. Come join us in study, service, prayer and friendship as we grow our unique brand of traditional and egalitarian Judaism.

Rabbi Robert L. Tobin, the spiritual leader of B'nai Shalom, instills our shul with a warm and inviting family spirit, a steadfast love of Israel, and a deep commitment to Jewish life and learning. He invites your contact and looks forward to welcoming you.


B'nai Shalom is affiliated with the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism.

B'nai Shalom offers a full schedule of religious services including:


B'nai Shalom offers a full range of educational and social programs for children and adults of all ages.

One Bar or Bat Mitzvah is celebrated at a time so every one of our children has the full and undivided attention of family, friends and congregation on this most special of days.

Men and women count equally in all our minyanim, receive aliyot, and fill leadership positions in the Synagogue.

We have Shabbat Fun twice a month and on holidays, for our young families, and our Religious School and youngest members of the congregation join the Rabbi on the bima for the conclusion of services every week.

We also offer periodic Shabbat Services for the developmentally disabled.

On Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur we offer an Alternate Family Service, a less formal and abridged service for families of all ages, as well as youth programs and services for ALL ages.

Our Purim and Simchat Torah celebrations bring the entire congregation together for joyous prayer, song and celebration.

Men's Club and Sisterhood sponsor a broad range of social and educational activities.

B'nai Shalom offers two youth groups affiliated with the Conservative Movement: Kadima for pre-teens, and USY for teens.

Our award-winning Double Chai (Hazak) Club provides' a special place within B'nai Shalom for Seniors.

Our Social Action Committee has fostered a spirit of tzedakah through a broad range of community service programs.


Our Religious School offers Jewish education from kindergarden through high school.

The Primary Grades (K-2) in our Religious School meet on Sundays and start our young children on their life's journey by generating excitement about Jewish learning and the Hebrew language.

Grades Aleph through Hey (3-7) meets on Saturdays, Tuesdays and Thursdays for further instruction in Hebrew, Jewish history, holidays and traditions, the State of Israel and Jewish life in America and around the world.

In addition to Kadima and USY youth groups, our teens are encouraged to attend Central Hebrew High School for continued Jewish learning.

We also offer a variety of educational programs for adults, including lectures and series by Rabbi Tobin, and Rabbi Asekoff, guest speakers from the community, and a rich assortment of ever-changing Israel and cultural programs.