Our Congregation of 300 families is a diverse community in age, gender and occupation. We are united both in our commitment to Conservative Judaism, and to being an active, participatory and egalitarian congregation where our members can and do make things happen.
Our synagogue is also a place in which anyone can come seeking answers. We are always open to questions. We believe that the path to Jewish observance is through education, community, and tolerance. We strive to provide all three. So, whether you are someone who is completely fluent in the rituals of Judaism, or someone who is a complete novice, or you are someone who is completely observant of Jewish laws and practices or someone who just needs a connection to your heritage, you will find a home at Beth Shalom.