We are very glad to welcome you to B'nai Sholom, a place Reform Jews and their families -- of whatever backgrounds -- can truly call "home."
Office Hours: 9:30 am - 2:30pm Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays. Closed Tuesdays
Rabbi Don Cashman, the officers, trustees, and members of B'nai Sholom
Delicious Dining Event Take Place in March
Take a late-winter break with friends and join in B'nai Sholom's "Progressive Dinner" on Saturday, March 14, when congregants will meet to share food and have fun in several different venues.
A progressive dinner changes location as you progress through the meal. B'nai Sholom's evening will begin with Havdallah, blessings over the meal, and appetizers at the synagogue, starting at 6 p.m. After that, we will head to different congregants' houses for the main course, and then on to other homes for dessert. Then…you're on your own for after-dinner drinks and late night snacks!
It's a relaxing and special night out on the town, with adult conversation and companionship. Show off your favorite "go-to" dish, and get to know your fellow congregants outside of the synagogue.
For a successful Progressive Dinner, participants are needed to volunteer for one of the tasks below. Each dish should accommodate eight people.
Providing appetizers and bringing them to B'nai Sholom;
Hosting and preparing the main course;
Hosting and preparing dessert.
Chili, beer, fellowship and awards: a great evening happened there…at
Chilipalooza. ==> More Details Plus Deb's Winning Recipe <==
We love our Sukkots and Rosh Hashanah luncheons, but we don't have many photos of congregants enjoying the food and fellowship that only happens once a year.
Thanks to the photographers among us (with a shoutout to Fran Sinkoff!) who came through with pictures from the wonderful Rosh Hashanah luncheons arranged by the Membership Committee, spearheaded by Terry Royne & Bettina Stoller. And thanks to those who hosted. Smiles were bountiful, along with terrific food. The New Year certainly started off sweetly.
Fundraising for B'nai Sholom is easy, painless, and -- best of all -- FREE. Pre-paid grocery cards from Hannaford and ShopRite, and Internet shopping through our web page portal both net funds for the congregation, with no surcharge for shoppers. What's not to love? Further Information..