Welcome to Temple Beth Sholom!

Temple Beth Sholom is a vibrant full-service egalitarian congregation. Our kehillah (community) values congregational diversity and encourages a mix of innovation and tradition by providing uplifting experiences. We are proud of how each member brings their own story to our diverse community. We welcome those who have a multi-generational history at our congregation, those new to the city or Temple Beth Sholom - people of all ages and backgrounds who are seeking a Jewish community - a place to call home.

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If you are a guest, please fill out this form to receive the Zoom password


Our virtual Shabbat services are available:

Friday at 6:30 pm & Saturday at 10:00 am

Please join us on Zoom!

By computer, all you have to do is click on the link https://zoom.us/j/2926069224? , enter the password, and follow prompts to join the meeting.  

TBS Members, please check your congregational emails or contact us at TBS for the password.

For all others, please fill out this form


Rabbi Siegel's Weekly Classes:

Swimming in the Sea of Talmud with Rabbi Howard Siegel

Via Zoom Tuesdays 11:00 am-12:00 pm

Beginning October 13

PLEASE NOTE:  This class has a different Meeting ID # & link than we normally use.

Meeting ID #:  963 2545 1665

Please Click Here To Join This Class


Gutsy Torah with Rabbi Howard Siegel

Via Zoom Wednesdays 11:00 am-12:00 pm

Beginning October 14

PLEASE NOTE:  This class has a different Meeting ID # & link than we normally use.

Meeting ID #:  960 7454 2663

Please Click Here To Join This Class

Upcoming Events


Jan 2021

Siblings 2 - Archaeology Program with Steven Stark-Riemer

Thursday, January 21 at 10:00 am on Zoom This year’s course is titled Siblings – Part 2: Second Temple Judaism and the Development of Early Christianity and Rabbinic Judaism. The c…


Jan 2021

Zoom Presentation by the Chancellor Shuly Rubin Schwartz of the Jewish Theology Seminary

Thursday, January 21 at 1:00 pm on Zoom Dr. Schwartz is a renowned expert on Jewish American history with more than three decades of experience as a professor and institutional leader. Chancel…

Highlight of the Month

Share your story on how you are managing during COVID-19We will try to share as much as we can!

The High Holidays encourage us all to reflect on the past year, to be thankful, repent, and also for tzedakah, gifts to charity. Temple Beth Sholom congregants & guests continue to be very involved with social action and assisting charitable organizations. These include the Salvation Army, All Faiths Food Bank, JFCS Kosher Food Pantry, Safe Place and Rape Crisis Center (SPARCC), and Family Promise.

Temple Beth Sholom’s community food drive has been a huge success! Temple and community members have donated over 1,800 pounds of food to go to local families. Donations have been distributed through Meals on Wheels and through the Salvation Army. Additionally, the Temple received an amazing gift of 15 cases of canned food from Sid Finkelstein. Sid’s thoughtfulness and generosity should be an inspiration to us all.

Everyone who is able is encouraged to drop off canned and non-perishable food items in front of the entrance to Temple Beth Sholom, or if you call the office during business hours, someone will come to your car and pick it up for you.


Thanks to our dedicated staff and volunteers.

Why Join Us at Temple Beth Sholom?

We understand that finding the right synagogue is important. Here are just a few reasons that we believe you should join us. Whether you join us for services, Lunch & Learn, yoga, or mah jongg, we look forward to meeting & welcoming you. If you'd like to find out more for yourself, stop by or contact us!


Become a Part of a Kehillah (Community)

Walk into Temple Beth Sholom, and you will instantly feel welcome. Our community prides itself on being diverse and meeting people where they are. Being part of our kehillah, we will celebrate with and support you during every stage of life. You can also get involved by joining a class such as yoga, a club such as Men's Club, volunteer, or join a committee such as the social action committee. There are also many more opportunities. TBS is a place that you can call home. 


Never Stop Learning

With the myriad of programs and events we offer, there truly is something for everyone. Whether you are interested in the Torah, Israel, Hebrew, contemporary Jewish issues, history, or anything in between, we probably have it. We are dedicated to continuing education and learning together.


Be Inspired

Our Rabbi, Howard Siegel, is sure to spark inspiration. Our services are uplifting and steeped in tradition yet are also applicable to our everyday lives. 


Participate in Tikkun Olam

Tikkun Olam or "repairing the world" (i.e. social action) has always been important in the Jewish faith. TBS continually works with the Safe Place and Rape Crisis Center through donation drives. We work with All Faiths Food Bank as well and deliver casseroles to the Salvation Army. TBS supports Family Promise as well in providing assistance to homeless families. Reach out to our social action committee for more ways to get involved.


Connect with the Greater Jewish Community

We are proud partners of The United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism as well as The Jewish Federation of Sarasota-Manatee. Additionally, we are part of "Dalet" which is a consortium of several synagogues of all denominations in the area. We collaborate with each of these groups to achieve a tight-knit Jewish community. 


Explore Your Jewish Identity

Temple Beth Sholom is a safe place to explore your identity. Rabbi Siegel's door is always open to discuss Jewish thought or life in general. Our mix of services, programs, and events are sure to aid you in finding something of interest.

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