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Edmonton Beth Shalom Congregation


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.

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Vision 2020 Comes to beth shalom


In July bulletin we announced that Beth Shalom had launched Vision 2020—its strategic planning process. Our congregation is 1 of 7 from North America that has been chosen by the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism (USCJ) this year to participate in a rigorous systematic process, leading to the preparation of a plan to guide the Board for the next five years.  On an ongoing basis we receive assistance from our dedicated consultant, Jay Weiner, as well as other USCJ resources.


To date the Steering Committee has:


  • created a Fact Book, which includes information about trends in who we serve, our membership, financial status of Beth Shalom, fundraising success, and participation in services and other synagogue activities/programs
  • attended a training session with Bob Leventhal from USCJ to learn how we can use various pieces of information from our Fact Book and other background data to identify specific ‘focus areas’
  • examined Beth Shalom’s strengths and identified new possibilities for the future


Beth Shalom is using a comprehensive survey, designed by USCJ, to collect important information from our members. Several other North American synagogues have used it to help them with their strategic plans.

The survey was initially launched in July. For those who may have missed it, the survey will be reopened between September 10th and 29th to give all of our members an opportunity to share their views about their Beth Shalom experience. It takes only 15 minutes to complete. All responses are anonymous.

We look forward to receiving your input.

James Mallet and Michael Goldstein

Today's Sefirah Count Is 38

היום שמונה ושלשים יום שהם חמשה שבועות ושלשה ימים לעמר

Today's Calendar

Shacharit: 7:30a

Parshat Bechukotai

Candle Lighting

Friday, Jun 3, 9:46p


Motzei Shabbat, Jun 4, 10:47p

Shabbat Mevarchim

Shabbat, Jun 4
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This Week

Upcoming events this week of May
Tue 31
38th Day Omer
Wed 1
39th Day Omer
Thu 2
40th Day Omer
Fri 3
41st Day Omer
Candle Lighting
Sat 4
Shabbat Mevarchim
42nd Day Omer
Parshat Bechukotai
Sun 5
Yom Yerushalayim
43rd Day Omer
Mon 6
44th Day Omer



Tue, 31 May 2016 23 Iyyar 5776