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Statement regarding the Ongoing Social Justice Protests

Congregation Beth Shalom decries the killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and so many other members of the black community across the country. We denounce ongoing racism in all forms, and believe that justice for all Americans is imperative.
If you would like to learn more about combating racial inequality, please see the click the following links:

American Jews and Race:  Past, Present, and (Charting a) Future:

  Justice Shall we Pursue:  Building the Beloved Community:

   Ending Racism in America:  A Discussion with Derrick Johnson, President and CEO of the NAACP:


The campus is closed until further notice. Please look for emails and/or follow us on our mighty network for the latest updates, live streamed service announcements, and more!

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For those unable to attend out Congregational Town Hall Meeting that was held July 1st via ZOOM and/or for those interested in the COVID-19 Committees Power Point Slide Deck as well as President Stuart Snow's opening message to the congregation, please CLICK HERE. (login required)

My fellow congregants,

With the current campus closure date of September 30th already behind us, the COVID 19 ERC  met with the Board of Directors last night. Even while conditions appear to be leveling off, it was determined to stay the course by keeping our campus closed through Saturday, October 31st.

Religious School Director Stephanie Posner will be working closely with the COVID 19 committee to determine the feasibility of reopening Religious School in our classrooms.  While a final decision has yet to be made, we will keep you informed as we go through this process.  Much depends on what transpires in the AISD as it reopens.

Our calendar will continue to remain robust virtually however, providing ample opportunities to remain involved, active and connected, both "physically" and spiritually.  As before, we will meet shortly before this next deadline to evaluate how to proceed, although in all likelihood, this date will be extended. 

I would ask those of you that picked up Machorzim and supplemental booklets to make arrangements with Thressa to return them.  Those of you who wish to use a Siddur and have yet to pick up a copy, are encouraged to do so as well. Jewish New Year Calendars have also arrived at the Beth Shalom office should you wish to pick up one.

The committee and board of directors is guided by three things: the protection of public health; our Jewish values regarding public health, community, and worship; and the maintenance of the strong sense of community that makes CBS stand out.

 Wishing everyone in our congregation a Chag Sukkot Semeach.  May we continue to grow ever closer as a community.

All the best,
Stuart Snow

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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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