Shalom! Welcome to Temple Beth Sholom of Roslyn Heights! We are a warm and dynamic Conservative, egalitarian congregation serving as a house of prayer, a house of learning, and a house of community, committed to expressing our Jewish identities through spiritual, educational, and social moments of communal connection and personal growth. Come learn, grow and celebrate with us!To learn more click here
The Talmud teaches that “great is study, for it leads to action.” Abraham Joshua Heschel exclaimed that when he marched in the Selma Civil Rights March in 1965, his “feet were praying.” At TBS, we strive to do tikkun olam – repair of the world – through our many social action and social justice projects. Each of us is but a tiny flame, but together we can shine a power light into our world.To learn more click here
Whenever the community gathers in prayer, the Shekhinah, God’s Presence, dwells among them. From our Shabbat services to our daily morning and evening minyanim, to our many children’s services, tefillah is the heart of our community, and is the sacred endeavor in which we connect with Our Creator together.To learn more click here
The TBS Day Camp provides a warm and nurturing environment with a full range of activities guaranteed to provide summer fun! From arts and music to sports and dance, swimming, field trips, and special programs, there is something for everyone – whether in preschool or a teen CIT program - in our sizzling hot day camp!To learn more click here
The Temple Beth Sholom Early Childhood Center, guided by the philosophy that “play is children’s work,” encourages children become enthusiastic learners, and active, creative explorers who are not afraid to try new ideas. Through celebration of Shabbat, Jewish holidays, and Israel with our incredible teachers and clergy, they also experience the beauty and joy of our heritage and tradition.To learn more click here
Our Religious School provides an enriching learning experience for our children in grades K through 7. Our clergy and educators work together to bring Judaism, our history, traditions, literature, texts, and culture to life for our students. Our Machon High School continues that experience and offers a lively setting for our teens in grades 8-12 to forge and explore their maturing Jewish identities.
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Please donate school supplies. Temple Beth Sholom has teamed with two worthy charities to collect school supplies. All supplies received between June 15 & August
Sisterhood invites all seniors to their next luncheon.
Here at Temple Beth Sholom our Services are being video-streamed so the ill, infirm and those far away can participate in our simchas.
You can access the live feed by clicking here.