Welcome to the new, blended community of Beth Shalom and the former Ohev Sholom. On July 1, 2022, Congregation Ohev Sholom consolidated with Congregation Beth Shalom. The decision by both of Greater Kansas City’s two Conservative congregations to consolidate strengthens the Conservative Movement in the community. The first Shabbat service of the newly, blended community was Continue Reading »
At Shabbat services on September 24, 2022, Harold Kaseff was honored with the Kovod Award, recognizing his commitment to Congregations Beth Shalom and Ohev Sholom, and the overall Jewish Community of Kansas City. Harold led the joint task force for the recent consolidation of Congregations Ohev Sholom and Beth Shalom and worked tirelessly to ensure Continue Reading »
Use the links below to register for each event. View our photo albums HERE.
Menu for Your Mind The SARAH PELTZMAN EDUCATIONAL SERIES consists of three educational units, beginning Thursday morning, October 27, 10:00-11:30 a.m., sponsored by the Congregation Beth Shalom Sisterhood. All units will be presented live and in-person in Goldsmith Hall from 10-11:30 am. The cost is $25.00 for each unit and a discounted fee of $60 Continue Reading »
Beth Shalom In Person Morning Daily Minyan and Morning and Evening Zoom Minyan Information Sunday 8 am & 6 pm Monday 7 am & 6 pm Tuesday 7 am & 6 pm Wednesday 7 am & 6 pm Thursday 7 am & 6 pm Friday 7 am Zoom Minyan for Every Weekday: You can Continue Reading »
Their heart cried out to the Lord. O wall of Fair Zion, Shed tears like a torrent Day and night! Give yourself no respite, Your eyes no rest. Lamentations 2:18 Our hearts are torn as we see the relentless rocket attacks on Israel this week from Hamas’ leadership in Gaza. Thousands of rockets have been launched on civilian Continue Reading »
To view our Annual Synagogue Meeting, Click HERE and use passcode #?CLaY1.
Library Minyan Services Services are in-person and via live stream on Saturdays at 9:15 am. To view the live stream, Join Here.
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Redirected. As you know, the gift shop is closed, but you can contact Mary Weiner at 913-642-9363 to purchase Hanukkah or other items. You can arrange curb pickup at a specific date and time or make other arrangements. More photos will appear in Beth Shalom Connect Monday, Wednesday and Friday. We are still working on our Gift Continue Reading »
What is Passport to Israel? As a member of Beth Shalom, you are entitled to sign your children up to participate in a savings and community-funded program to visit Israel on one of several different programs. The costs of these trips continue to rise annually. Beth Shalom and the Jewish Community Foundation are aware of how expensive Continue Reading »
Let’s all work together to stop the spread of COVID-19. Click HERE to register for easy, COVID-19 testing. Click HERE to view the University of Kansas Daily Media Update. Johnson County seniors and priority workers click HERE to be placed on the waiting list for COVID vaccinations. For more resources and information on COVID-19 in Continue Reading »
Families and friends gather for joyful Shabbat celebrations of worship, exotic cuisine, a little wine, and learning.
Each Spring, our families and the community connect with an award winning local chef who delights us with a chef-inspired kosher gourmet dining experience. Our 4th Annual Breaking Bread Event will soon be schedule for Spring 2021. For sponsorships or updates, contact our Executive Director.
Recently, Sharon Keshet taught an adult cooking class where congregants learned how to make how to create new versions of special Israeli Hanukkah favorites!
Print/View the High Holiday Services Schedule (see more details below) Print/View the High Holiday Service Descriptions Livestream Services here
Click HERE for a printable Pesach Schedule. Sale of Chametz On Pesach Jewish law prohibits a Jewish person from owning or deriving any benefit from anything made out of five major grains, or collectively known as Chametz. During Pesach we must sell our chametz to a non-Jewish person before Pesach begins. Click HERE to Continue Reading »
Do you have a Child or Grandchild that is interested in attending a Jewish Summer camp or going to Israel on a sponsored trip? Did you know that Congregation Beth Shalom has a Scholarship fund? Thanks to the generosity of those that came before us, we are lucky to be able to provide financial assistance. Continue Reading »