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Community Organizations

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Sisterhood is dedicated to supporting the Temple and the Jewish community.  We provide our members with knowledge, companionship, and opportunities for personal enrichment and for fulfillment in many facets of our lives.

We strengthen the bond of unity among Jewish women and appreciate everything fine in Jewish life.  We participate in religious services and provide social events. 

We help and support our Congregation members through simchas and tragedies, and most importantly raise funds to support Temple Beth Shalom. 

We offer a free one-year membership to all new Temple members.  We meet on the 4th Sunday of the month. 

Our Judaica Shop is open to purchase items for yourself or friends and family.  Depending on your time and interests, there are many opportunities to become involved. 

We look forward to welcoming you to our Temple Beth Shalom family and to Sisterhood.

For more information contact Leslie Fox at [email protected]

9:00am-12:00pm, 4th Sunday of every month


Men's Club

The purpose of the Temple Beth Shalom Men’s Club is to raise funds for the Temple through various events that include lectures, entertainment, trips, shows and cruises. In addition to our members we also have the support and participation of the Temple Sisterhood and the Temple Beth Shalom Congregation in our events. Our monthly joint meetings with Sisterhood include a light breakfast followed by an entertainer or  a speaker on a topic related to Judaism or to the present time.

The dues for Membership in the Men’s Club are $18 per year.  The first year of Men’s Club Membership is free. The Men’s Club welcomes new members and encourages all Men’s Club members to serve on the Board of Directors of the Men’s Club.

Contact Jeffrey Waldman at

9:00am-12:00pm, 4th Sunday of every month


Judaica Shop

Our Judaica Shop opened under the capable hand of Sisterhood Past President Hilda Kravitz (of blessed memory). Hilda’s husband constructed our shop. We are forever grateful to her and the women who succeeded her in managing our shop and to the volunteers who work there.

Whether you are interested in Jewish jewelry, religious items, or the perfect gift, you can be sure that whatever you are looking for is waiting for you here!!  Our dedicated volunteers are waiting to offer quality customer service during the hours of 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. Tuesday through Thursday.

9:00am-11:30am, Monday through Friday


Adult Education

Our Adult Education program provides a varied array of once-a-month programming, from October to June, on a Sunday morning.  Our programs offer topics of interest pertaining to Jewish life using lectures, films, music, and humor all by outstanding presenters.  Thank you to everyone who has attended our programs.  These events could not have been possible without our wonderful committee as well as our annual grant from Federation of South Palm Beach County.  Ideas for possible programs are always welcome, as well as new committee members.

In addition, once a month, we have a Sunday afternoon Jewish themed movie, spearheaded, and chaired by Yvonne (Etsie) Weinreb.  We show highly acclaimed Jewish films, with pre and post discussion.

We look forward to seeing you at all our programs, and of course, refreshments are always served.

Contact Michael Hamerman via

9:00am-12:00pm, 4th Monday of every month

Microphone on a stand in front of mens choir members holding singing book while performing in a cathedral in Rochester, Kent, UK


The Temple Beth Shalom Choir has taken part in several events here at the Temple and has participated in a special Oneg Shabbat service in our Sanctuary.  The choir is under the Directorship of Fran Goldenberg.  She was the Choir Director of B’nai Israel Reform Temple on Long Island for 24 years.  Fran is a member of Master Chorale of South Florida having sung with Itzhak Perlman, Michael Tilson Thomas, Andrea Bocelli and the Cleveland Orchestra. 

Contact Fran Goldenberg via

9:00am-12:00pm, 4th Sunday of every month

Matzah balls, Jewish soup dumpling made from on Jewish Holiday kosher food served on passover


Temple Beth Shalom is proud to present our in house Caterer

             Diamond Kosher Catering

Diamond Kosher Catering can serve all of your catering needs, big or small either in our ballroom or a venue of your choosing.

Contact Eric at 954-438-8998 for  all of your Kosher catering needs!

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