On Friday, December 9, come for Hod veHadar Instrumental Shabbat Services at 6:00 p.m. and then please stay for a Congregational Dinner following services. Dinner
One teen leader will facilitate dialogue between courses at each table. This program is part of an ongoing USY Shabbat discussion series called Jews for
Shabbat with Beth Shalom
Upcoming Derekh Events
Have you ever thought seriously about who or what God is, or how God works? Most of us are reluctant to speak about God, perhaps out
The Greater Pittsburgh Jewish Clergy Association (GPJCA) proudly presents Introduction to Judaism. Intro to Judaism (ITJ for short) is a 25-week course, split into 3 units,
Wednesdays at 12:15 p.m.
Derekh is Congregation Beth Shalom's adult programming department.
In addition to the special events listed above, we offer many recurring learning programs, such as our Sunday night online parashah class, Monday morning online Talmud Study, and a Wednesday midday Hassidut discussion.
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Youth and Family Activities
Lag Ba'Omer Concert
The Modern Rabbi by Seth Adelson
The musings and sermons of Beth Shalom's Senior Rabbi can be found here:
Hassidut for the People
Click below for the writings of Rabbi Mark Asher Goodman:
I've Always Wondered by Audrey Glickman
The Rabbi's assistant answers a question for those that might be too shy to ask.
What Influential Jewish Fellow Was Born November 27, 1874? Originally Published November 25-26, 2022.
Here is a hint to the answer to our question for those who have heard the story over morning minyan breakfast: this person was first
Here we address a few questions we have received whose answers do not necessarily require a full column. When do we begin counting sheloshim, the