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August 01, 2014   5 Av 5774
Temple Beth Sholom, in the heart of the U.P.  
Temple Beth Sholom is focused on making our small but active community truly feel like a family. Our members are from all walks of life, ages, family types and backgrounds. We are proud to invite those seeking a sacred community whether they were raised Jewish or not. We work to provide opportunities for everyone to find their place; whether it is at our religious services, adult study, family educational programs, children's education, interfaith activities, secular festivities, as a friend to our community, we invite you to our community. 
DIRECTIONS to Temple Beth Sholom  

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Upcoming Event: Six Synagogue Shabbat Weekend: March 28-30 See the Save the Date Flyer and Complete the Pre-Registration Form to help us plan.
Temple Beth Sholom Rabbi Visits 2013-14
What happens on a regular Rabbi weekend?
  • Services are at 8pm on the Friday, followed by an Oneg social afterwards.
  • Adult Education at Peter White Public Library from 10am-noon on Saturday, followed by lunch with the group at a local restaurant.
  • One-on-one meetings with the Rabbi for various reasons.
  • A Saturday evening social.
  • Sunday School meets with the Rabbi (flight permitting).
Sunday School  
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Children’s Hebrew School

10am-noon on the following Sundays, at Temple Beth Sholom


Contact Michael Traktman for more information

"Ahead of Time" the story of Ruth Gruber

Temple Beth Sholom is hosting DocuMonday at Peter White Public Library at 7pm on March 3rd for the showing of "Ahead of Time" in the Community Room. 

As the hosts of this event, TBS participants are asked to please bring a dish to pass (desserts--Israeli themed if possible). 

Email to sign up to bring a dessert. 

Participants are encouraged to bring a cushion for comfort during the show.

Karlyn Rapport and the PWPL have been instrumental in putting this event together, so hopefully we can show them our support by attending in droves!
Temple Beth Sholom's Windows  

TBS Sabbath Window

This window, located in the front hall at TBS, symbolizes the Sabbath. In the lower part of the window, a mother's hands bless the Sabbath candles. Above are images that depict the Six Days of Creation. Photograph was taken by Helen Kahn's brother.

New Temple Beth Sholom Videos  
Missed services? Couldn't make it to Torah Study? Curious about what services are like at a small inclusive synagogue?

Catch up with our new online videos at our new Temple Beth Sholom YouTube site. Connect with our Jewish community on our TBS Facebook Group Page. Check out upcoming events on our Google Calendar.

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TBS Conversion to Judaism Process: Click here to view the documents approved by the TBS Board

TBS B'nai Mitzvah Guidelines are now available on this website. Click here

TBS Subsidies to Attend Jewish Conferences or Events: Temple Beth Sholom has budgeted a modest amount to offer subsidies to individuals interested in participating in Jewish related conferences and events. To apply for a TBS subsidy, contact Daniel Arnold at


Temple Beth Sholom

Post Office Box 482

Marquette, MI 49855

(906) 485-6191 or (906) 249-9056

President & Co-Webmaster:  Daniel Arnold, MD

Secretary & Co-Webmaster:  Shannon Ruiz

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