This Week At TBS · Directions · Home

(973) 992-3600

This Week at TBS

This Week At TBS
Friday, July 11 to
Thursday, July 17

Want to read the most current Kol Beth Shalom?


Just click on this link.


Linda and Kenneth Tragash announce the birth of their granddaughter, Ava Londyn, born to Allison and Stephen Tragash.

Jill and Jeffrey Greenberg announce the birth of their grandson, Cole Harris, born to Shana and Dennis Prieto.   Marcia and Allen Nimensky are the proud great grandparents.


To make a donation in honor of any occasion, click on  Donate!
Weekly Calendar

Friday, July 11
    8:12 pm  Candle Lighting
    6:30 pm  Erev Shabbat Services NOTE TIME

Saturday, July 12
    9:15 am  Shabbat Morning Services
   10:45 am  Tot Shabbat

Sunday, July 13
     8:00 am  Men's Club Bike Ride
Tuesday, July 15
    7:00 pm   Choir Rehearsal
Wednesday, July 16
    7:45 pm   Sisterhood Meeting
Thursday, July 17
     7:00 pm  Networking Meeting
From the Social Action Committee
Rachel Katz and the Social Action Committee will be hosting the annual Summer Fashion Show on Thursday, August 14, at Daughters of Israel in West Orange.  The event showcases the latest fashions with teen and resident models wearing their favorite outfits. Music and snacks will be provided. 

Volunteers needed to wheel residents to and from the show, help with decorations, and assist the young models back stage. Anyone willing to volunteer or simply come and support the show please contact Rachel.  973-525-2188

Click on the image below to go directly to the Honey Store!

Can't wait to register, go to golf 
 to sign up now!

Sisterhood candles
Sisterhood is selling beautiful Hanukkah,Shabbat and Havdalah candles from Israel to benefit the Ami Cohen Scholarship Fund.  The fund provides scholarship for
our children from 5th grade and up who wish to continue with their
Jewish education. 
All the information you need, including an order form, can be found
by clicking the above image. 
From Our Inclusion Committee
TBS is proud that we have become an Able awarded congregation; please go to Abilities for information on more community events.
TBS supports the full inclusion and participation of all people in religious and communal life, regardless of abilities and we strive to ensure that all members can participate together in our programs. 
Please contact us at if you require accommodations.
A Living Legacy For All! 
As you plan your financial future, consider making a gift to Temple Beth Shalom that will last longer than a lifetime.   There are many ways to leave a legacy that lasts beyond  our lifetimes and supports the many wonderful programs at Beth Shalom.   Your gift can be as simple as a bequest in your will, a naming opportunity or a specific purpose fund that you wish to establish. 


For  more information contact Steven Kandler at 973-992-3600 ext. 613. 


 Return to top


Need to give a special gift?


Child Graduating From High School or College?

Special Birthday orAnniversary? 

Want to tell a spouse or child that you love them?


Purchase a Plaque on The Simcha Menorah Wall in their honor.


For information please call the office.  973-992-3600

Quick Links
Forward email

This email was sent to by |  

Temple Beth Shalom | 193 E. Mount Pleasant Avenue | Livingston | NJ | 07039

This Website is dedicated in loving memory of Dr. Joseph Prussack by his sister, Zoe Meislin Metzger z'l, and her family.

©2007 Temple Beth Shalom. All rights reserved.
193 East Mount Pleasant Avenue · Livingston, NJ 07039-3199