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Hanukkah 2015Friday, December 11th
Dinner at 6:30 pm
Family Service at 7:45 pm

All congregants are welcome to attend the TBS Annual Hanukkah Pot Luck Dinner and Family Service.

Join service leader Rabbi Egolf and Cantorial Soloist Robin Selinger as they present a lively service and musical program with lots of sing-along portions

Along with your pot luck donation, bring your family menorah so we can all light our Hanukkah candles together.

There is an electronic sign-up page for the potluck at www.tinyurl.com/tbschanukah15.

Mittens 2015Mittens and Gloves for Children in Need!

Summit County Children’s Services will distribute gloves and mittens to children in need!

Summit County Children’s Services has a need for winter outerwear for children of all ages and sizes, particularly gloves. They receive a large number of handmade hats and scarves from crafting groups each year, but gloves and mittens are always in very short supply, particularly in larger sizes for older children and teens. They would certainly appreciate assistance in that area.

Please bring gloves and mittens to the Hanukkah Dinner on December 11th and the Social Action Committee will make sure they are delivered to SCCS. Thanks, everyone!

Questions? Volunteer to help?
Call Laurie Frankino at 330-620-2020 or e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Our next selection is Alice Hoffman's new book The Marriage of Opposites, about the women in the life of impressionist painter Camille Pissarro, whom you might not have known was Jewish. Discussion date is Jan. 10 at Mitch's, 7 pm.

For those who are interested or have time, we also highly recommend her last book, The Museum of Extraordinary Things. Jean and I have read them both and would love to discuss them with you.

Happy reading!

Rebecca Egolf

Welcome to Temple Beth Shalom!

Services normally on 2nd and 4th Friday evenings of each month

Temple Beth Shalom is a dynamic congregation of about 110 families, under the leadership of Rabbi Jim Egolf. Known as the Synagogue of the Western Reserve, we are a Reform Jewish congregation, affiliated with the national organizations of that movement.

Although the Temple has grown over the years, it endeavors to maintain a warm and welcoming atmosphere. Please come join us so we can share who we are today and our vision for the future.

The Temple is located in a beautiful, historic building at 50 Division Street in Hudson. Friday night services are held twice a month at 7:45 p.m., normally on the second and fourth Fridays of the month. For a schedule of services and other activities, see our Calendar page.

50 Division Street
Hudson, OH 44236
Office hours vary; please call for appointment.

General Inquiries: info@tbshudson.org
Rabbi: ravjim@aol.com
Education Director: education@tbshudson.org
President: president@tbshudson.org
Accounting: accounting@tbshudson.org

To request rabbinic/pastoral care, please use this web form.

Upcoming Events


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