September 26, 2016   23 Elul 5776
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Temple Beth Shalom

We are a welcoming, inclusive Reform Jewish Congregation which offers dynamic educational, spiritual and social programs for all ages. We are a place for worship, a place for education and most importantly a place for community. We are welcoming to all.  Whether you are Jewish by birth, by choice, or a part of an interfaith family, you will be a welcomed member of our family. We offer a connection to our shared Jewish heritage and are truly a Congregational Family. To learn more about Temple Beth Shalom, located in Florida, NY in Orange County, we invite you to visit the "About Us" page or click here.


 

About Our Rabbi  

Temple Beth Shalom, Orange County, NY - Rabbi Rebecca ShinderRabbi Shinder is our congregation's Rabbi, Cantor, and Director of Education. This full docket enables her to work with literally all arms of the temple family tree. From various Family Education programming, to tutoring B’nei Mitzvah students of all ages, to providing grief and crisis counseling, to teaching Adult Education, to working with the Board of Trustees, Rabbi Shinder’s vision, spirit, and voice are key components of the religious, educational, and social programs of Temple Beth Shalom. All programs are enhanced by the rabbi’s vision to cultivate a place of respect and honor for the non-Jewish spouses and parents who are a part of the congregational family.

Click here to read - Heroes in our Midst: Rabbi's Yom Kippur Address to our Non-Jewish Members

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TBS in the News  

Rabbi Sinder, Temple Beth Shalom, Florida, NY - InterfaithWe Are One, a publication of the Jewish Federation of Greater Orange County, published an interview conducted by Carl Kass with Rabbi Rebecca Shinder about her views on Interfaith.

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