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		                                    A Small, Vibrant, and Active Jewish Community		                                </span>
		                            <span class="slider_description">in the Heart of Arlington, Texas</span>
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		                                    Come Join Us		                                </span>
		                            <span class="slider_description">for Friday Night, Saturday Morning, and High Holy Day Services</span>
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		                                    Our Services are Known		                                </span>
		                            <span class="slider_description">for their Warmth, Joy, and Spirit in the Jewish Tradition</span>
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		                                    Don't Miss Our Amazing		                                </span>
		                            <span class="slider_description">Social and Educational Opportunities Throughout the Year</span>
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		                                    All Are Welcome		                                </span>
		                            <span class="slider_description">Regardless of Age, Marital Status, Race, Sexual Orientation, or Gender Identity</span>



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Proof of Vaccination & Masking Requirements

The safety and welfare of our members and visitors are of the utmost priority. With this in mind, our COVID-19 committee and our board of directors have worked tirelessly to create an environment that greatly minimizes the risks associated with the COVID-19 pandemic.

Proof of vaccination will be required if you plan on attending any in-person services, events, or meetings on our campus. Please submit a copy of your vaccination card to the office via email or in-person. This only needs to be done once per person. A copy of your card will be stored securely in our file system.

Effective March 1, 2022, wearing masks in the building is optional; however, proof of vaccination is still required.

For a complete list of the CBS protocols, you may CLICK HERE.

What's Happening at CBS!

  • High Holy Day (HHD) Information for Non-Members
    • Click here for general information
    • Click here for the HHD schedule
    • Click here to make a donation                   
  • CBS High Holy Day Brochure (Members) - Click here to see our brochure.  You can also make your HHD donations for flowers, parking spots, security, and the Book of Remembrance by clicking here

Membership Information - Join Now

  • Ask about our free first year membership for young adults between the ages of 21-35!  Call the office for details!
  • When there is a Need - Congregation Beth Shalom has a very active Caring Committee ready to respond to the needs of our
    congregation.  Please feel free to contact the Committee by clicking here 
  • Honor a person or celebrate an event on our Tree of Life or Honor a departed loved one on our Memorial Plaque or Memorial BoardPurchase by clicking on "Donate" under the Donate tab.
  • Shop online at your favorite retailers and support Congregation Beth Shalom.  Click here for details.

Our Mission and Vision


Congregation Beth Shalom is a Reform Jewish community; warm and caring, welcoming of all, rich in tradition, committed to G-D and Israel, devoted to life-long learning, Jewish programs and spiritual growth.


Congregation Beth Shalom strives to be the center for strong Jewish spiritual growth in the Mid-Cities community, where our members engage in study of Torah, the warmth and friendship that evolves through our Jewish way of life, and our commitment to Tikkun Olam.

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