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Congregation Beth Shalom, founded in 1922, in Wilmington, Delaware, is an egalitarian, Conservative Synagogue, affiliated with the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism. An overwhelming spirit of pride and enthusiasm exists within the congregation, where we strive to meet the religious, educational, and social needs of our community. We consider ourselves a family, sharing in each other's joys and offering support in times of sorrow. With Senior Rabbi Michael Beals and Associate Rabbi Nick Renner and a commitment to the integration of Jewish tradition and modern life, we are honored that you have chosen to visit our website and to consider the opportunities that your membership brings. 

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Today's Calendar

Tu B'Av
 
 
Minyan
: 7:30am
Candle Lighting
: 7:45pm
 
 
Shabbat Services
: 8:00pm

Tomorrow's Calendar

Shabbat Nachamu
 
 
Shabbat Service
: 9:30am
Havdalah
: 8:41pm

Upcoming Programs & Events

Aug
12
 
 
Shabbat Services
Friday, Aug 12 8:00pm
Aug
16
Aug
21
 
 
CBS Book Club
Sunday, Aug 21 10:00am
Aug
23

This week's Torah portion is Parshat Vaetchanan

Shabbat, Aug 13

Candle Lighting

Friday, Aug 12, 7:45pm

Havdalah

Motzei Shabbat, Aug 13, 8:41pm

Tu B'Av

Friday, Aug 12
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New Member Picnic
Tuesday 8/30  at  5:30 PM
(rain date 8/31)


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Welcome,  Rabbi Bronwen Mullin!

Book Club
8/21/22
10 AM

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COVID-19 Update

The Pandemic Response Task Force is taking action in accordance with our procedure to follow the guidance of the Governor’s Office and the advice of health authorities. Our foremost priority is the health and well-being of our congregants and staff.

Based on rapidly diminishing COVID-19 rates in New Castle County, Delaware, we will lift restrictions to Services.  This will allow processional and recessional hakafot, kissing the Torah, and individuals called for an aliyah may remain at the bimah during their aliyot.

Effective July 5, 2022

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Last Updated: August 8, 2022

Fri, August 12 2022 15 Av 5782