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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 Rabbi Michael Beals 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. 

High Holy Days Guidance

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Beginning on September 6, coinciding with start of Rosh HaShanah, all congregants who have registered by August 20 will be permitted to attend our High Holy Days Services with adherence to the following guidelines:
1. All individuals attending in-person services MUST BE fully vaccinated.
2. All individuals attending in-person services MUST SHOW their vaccination card upon entry or have it on file with CBS. Please scan and email your vaccination card to if you plan to be in the building on the High Holy Days.
3. All individuals attending services MUST BE masked at all times unless acting in the capacity of a service leader or performing a function that requires one to be unmasked, i.e. blowing a shofar, singing as part of the choir, or providing announcements to the congregation.
4. Congregants not fully vaccinated are not permitted in the building under any circumstance, including children under the age of 12. Outdoor children’s services are being held. Please see Children’s service information for details. 
5. Congregants attending in-person must present their ticket to enter the building. Tickets will be mailed the week of August 23.
We understand this may alter your High Holy Days service plans, but we must follow these guidelines as we continue to operate in a manner consistent with our priority for the safety and well-being of our congregants.  Please remember that all services will be available online.

For more information on our COVID guidance on the High Holy Days, click here.


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: 9:30am
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: 9:00pm

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