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Who is Beth Sholom?

Beth Sholom's members come from a wide variety of socio and economic backgrounds. All are inspired to choose Beth Sholom Temple due to its warm, engaging congregation. From Reform to Orthodox, we strive to meet the needs of the entire Jewish community of Fredericksburg and its surrounding counties. Membership ranges from those who have attended for thirty and forty years to those who joined just last month. The old and the young, we've come to Judaism through a variety of ways, from birth to conversion.

Membership Forms

Membership Forms for the year 2017/2018, which begins on July 1, 2017.

We also ask that all members fill out, sign, & return the Photo Permissions forms.

Suggested Dues and other information is available by clicking here.

For more information, contact the Main Office at 540-373-4834 or


When making your dues payments or other donations, please send all monies directly to:

BSTVA, P.O. Box 418, Montvale, NJ 07645

A Message from membership


The Membership Committee of Beth Sholom Temple personally invites you to be a member of our vibrant and diverse congregation. We hold weekly Friday night Shabbat services. We also have shorter morning services and Torah study on Saturdays. One Friday each month, we offer an early kabbalat service designed for families with young children. Once a month on a Friday evening before services we hold a community-based meal to encourage fellowship.

Our Religious and Hebrew School provides our students with a comprehensive program that leads to an in-depth and meaningful bar/bat mitzvah experience, as well as continuation to confirmation.

Activities and opportunities abound! We offer adult classes in Hebrew and Judaic studies and community projects such as the holiday meals we provide for the local homeless shelter residents, in addition to Sisterhood, Youth Group, Book Club and Sunday morning Bagel Bar, just to mention a few. There are numerous ways you may want to get involved in temple life at Beth Sholom. We have opportunities for participation and volunteering at services, on a committee, through Religious School or one of our Temple groups.

As you consider Beth Sholom Temple for your Jewish congregational home, we encourage you to contact Board President, David Coman, ( or the Main Office ( If you are interested in converting to Judaism we have an active conversion program. Please contact the Main Office for more information.

Click on the word calendar to see our schedule of services, meetings and events. In addition, we have an official BST Facebook page upon which we publish various activities of interest.    

Again, we look forward to your membership and the strengths you can add to our temple family.

Sat, December 16 2017 28 Kislev 5778