Founded in December 1977, Temple Beth Shalom is a Columbus-area Reform Jewish Congregation, with about 500 member families, that offers weekly Sabbath Services, religious and Hebrew schooling and Bar/Bat Mitzvah tutoring, personalized lifecycle observances, family and adult educational programming, social, charitable, and cultural activities, conversion, pastoral counseling, and much, much more.
News And Upcoming Events
June 7, 2013
- The June edition of The Window is now available online.
- Beth Shalom Offers Hebrew Summer Camp
Looking for a fun, relaxed Judaic atmosphere in the city's northeast, where your kids can enjoy the last days of summer? Then check out Temple Beth Shalom's Hebrew Camp, taking place Monday, Aug. 5, through Thursday, Aug. 8. The camp is open to all 3rd through 8th graders in the greater Columbus area, and will begin each morning at 9:30 a.m. at Temple Beth Shalom, 5089 Johnstown Rd., New Albany. "A portion of each day will be spent on Jewish Education in a fun camp-like ways, doing mitzvah projects, making a movie, and lots more," said Associate Rabbi and Education Director Rabbi Benjy Bar-Lev. "Each afternoon will be spent at someplace fun around Columbus, such as Zoombezi Bay Waterpark, Magic Mountain, the New Albany Swimming Pool, and COSI! It's a great way to brush up on their Hebrew skills, while having a great time with their friends!" Parents and caregivers may pick their children up at the Temple each afternoon at 4:30 p.m. Register online at www.tbsohio.org/camp. For more information, contact Rabbi Bar-Lev at email@example.com, or call the Temple office at (614) 855-4882.