New to our Beth Shalom community? Please Come by and visit us!
Come experience our special warmth through our Shabbat services, holiday celebrations, life cycle events, Jewish education (from preschool on), and our extensive social and youth programming. Beth Shalom has something to offer everyone!
We are so glad you decided to check out our shul! We know this is a synagogue you’ll feel proud to call home. We are conveniently located in Dunwoody, very close to the Marcus Jewish Community Center and the Perimeter Mall area. We are an easy drive from Sandy Springs, Roswell, Peachtree Corners and Alpharetta areas.
We invite you to be our guest at any upcoming Shabbat morning service and to stay for a delicious Kiddush lunch provided by our Sisterhood.
So where do we start? Tell us more about yourself here:
(Someone will be in touch to answer any of your questions and to provide you with more information about our shul.)
Beth Shalom has 3 weekly kids services most every Saturday!
- Tot Shabbat for ages 1-4 at 10:45
- Mini – Minyan for ages 5-8 at 10:30
- Junior Congregation for ages 9-12 at 10:30
- Beth Shalom has an award-winning Alefbet Prechool for kids from ages 1-4.
- Check out our dynamic Religious School, for kids from Pre-K to Grade 7.
- Beth Shalom’s Youth Department has fun, enriching programming for kids starting in 3rd grade through USY. We are also affiliated with a Citywide program, where they have fun with kids from all over Atlanta!
- Beth Shalom’s USY program for teens in grades 9-12 is dedicated to creating a fun, educational environment for Jewish teenagers where they can connect with other Jewish teens in a comfortable atmosphere, with social action programs, supporting Israel and giving and performing charity.
- Beth Shalom’s Teen Scene education program is for teens in grades 8-11. Teens learn in a fun, interactive environment.
- Beth Shalom’s teens have the rewarding experience of assisting in classrooms of our Religious School. Our teens add to the energy of the school.
Adults? Beth Shalom has something for everyone!
- Weekly Woman’s Torah Study
- Weekly Rabbi’s Nosh & Drosh and Misha Torah Study
- Monthly Classes and Quarterly Workshops Click to learn more about our Adult Education Programs,
Active Sisterhood and Men’s Club
- Variety of Social, Cultural and Educational Programs
- Mah Jongg and Texas Hold’em Night
- Tikkun Olam and Social Action Projects
Our Shabbat and Weekday Services
- Friday Night Services
- Saturday Morning Services, Kiddush Luncheon and Ruach
- Daily Minyan
- Once a month our Friday night service gets “Rockin’” with live music, lots of ruach, and participation. We begin at 5:30 with a wine and cheese reception followed by 6:15 services.
Come by any week and check us out, or call us for more details at (770)399-5300, At the end of Shabbat services be sure to join us for our delicious Kiddush lunch, and meet the rest of our congregation family!
As a member of Congregation Beth Shalom, you are part of a Conservative Congregation with a committed, caring, and renowned Rabbi, Educators and Administrators.
Benefit of Membership Include:
Availability of Rabbi
Members are entitled to call on the Rabbi for pastoral counseling, hospital visitations, and similar needs.
Life Cycle Events
We encourage our congregants to turn to our Rabbi for an Aufruf and marriage ceremony, Brit-milah and Brit Bat (baby-naming) ceremony, Bar/Bat Mitzvah ceremony and funeral service.
Shabbat morning services and selected festivals include programming, Tot Shabbat for children ages 18 months through 3 years, Mini Minyan for ages 4-6 and Jr. Congregation for ages 7-14. Membership includes tickets to the High Holy Days.
Synagogue Events and Programs
Members are entitled to attend Adult Education Classes and other designated programs.
Members may enroll their school-age children in the Religious School (subject to such fees and standards as established in the Religious School Family Handbook).
Tuition Discount offered to members enrolled in our AleBet Preschool.
Congregation Beth Shalom’s program is in the spirit of Gemilut Hasadim – acts of loving kindness. When one of our families suffers the loss of a loved one, they have the comfort of knowing that their community will attend to their needs.
If your membership includes High Holy Day tickets, you are eligible for reciprocity with participating synagogues in the United States.
United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism
Member receive a subscription the USCJ Review Magazine.