Get Involved

At Temple Beth Sholom we have a number of ways to get involved and to make an impact within our Temple programs and within the community at large. Check out the different committees below that welcome your participation! Our 2016-17 committees are listed in alphabetical order.


The budget committee assists in preparation of the annual budget for each department within the Temple and reviews the actual results versus what was budgeted.


The building and grounds committee coordinates with senior staff to oversee the utilization and condition of the Temple’s physical plant, as well as related repairs, maintenance, and capital improvements.


The congregational engagement committee provides connections and engagement opportunities to our members through the following subcommittees (Chair: Mike Weinberg |

  • New Members Works with new members as they transition to life at Temple Beth Sholom. Helps plan events for new members and serves as mentors. Coordinates new-member baskets, Sukkot Event, Open Houses and New Member Shabbats.
  • Brotherhood Plans activities and programs for the men of Temple Beth Sholom. Outings, lectures, ball games, and Mitzvah opportunities are just a few examples of what is available. For information about upcoming events click here.
  • Evolving Nesters  Creates programs and opportunities for adults whose children no longer live at home. The committee will work to provide meaningful and fulfilling activities for this demographic with changing and “evolving” priorities.  For information about upcoming events click here.
  • Inclusion Takes action to ensure that all aspects of congregational life are accessible, welcoming, and fulfilling for individuals with special challenges.  Will initially focus on those with mobility, visual, and hearing impairments by improving the synagogue’s physical building, providing accommodations, and raising the awareness and sensitivity of our Temple community to these issues.
  • Programming Reviews and evaluates   the wide range of programming offered at Temple Beth Sholom to  make sure we are reaching out to all demographics of the Temple.


The fine arts committee promotes and coordinates art that elevates our gallery space while bridging diversity and understanding among all religious and cultural backgrounds. For information on our current art exhibit and artist(s) click here.


The Israel committee strengthens the personal connection between our members and the People, Land and State of Israel through education, advocacy and travel experiences. To learn more about Israel visit our Israel section on this site.


The leadership development committee establishes programs to identify and engage congregants who may become future leaders within the temple community, develops and delivers training for both current and prospective leadership, addresses governance practices for effective on-going leadership within the congregation, and provides a taste of the “best of the best” Temple programming.


The Legacy Endowment committee commits to growing an endowment that is able to ensure the financial security of Temple Beth Sholom now and for generations to come.


The nominating committee interviews and selects members of the congregation for vacant positions on the Board of Trustees; presents this slate at our congregation’s annual meeting to be voted on by the congregation.


The Personnel Committee reviews all contracts of senior staff and clergy and makes recommendations as to renewal terms and conditions for Board consideration and approval. In addition, we are tasked with implementing an annual evaluation process of senior staff and clergy.


The security committee advises and supervises in all matters relating to the security of the synagogue building and its membership.


Sisters In The ‘Hood is the women’s auxiliary arm of Temple Beth Sholom  fosters social, service, and spiritual connections for all women  congregants across the generations.  For information about upcoming events click here.


The SJN’s mission is to repair the world (tikkun olam) by motivating and educating our congregation to service and advocacy. To learn more about this group click here.


The spirituality council envisions ways to enhance the opportunities for Jewish spiritual growth and engagement at TBS through a variety of pathways, such as prayer, meditation and yoga, music-based inspiration, Shabbat experiences, Torah study, and life-cycle events; as well as engagement with the outside world, cultivated through activities ranging from social justice to appreciation and experiences with nature and art.


The Tribe’s mission is to cultivate a supportive, stimulating and inclusive environment for South Florida’s diverse young Jewish people, empowering them with the skills to become leaders and take positive action in support of our community and beyond.


The youth education committee oversees all aspects of our children’s Jewish education from Foundation School, through the School for Living Judaism, our B’nei Mitzvah program and all of our Youth/Teen programs.

  • Education Chair: Cyndy Albert |
  • Subcommittees: 
    •  Foundation School: This subcommittee provides good governance oversight and issues oriented discussion and guidance for the Foundation School.
    • Day School:  This subcommittee will review the policies and procedures for the new Day School and help determine best practices to integrate our Day School students and their families into the communal fabric of TBS.
    • SLJ/B’nei Mitzvah: The newly merged SLJ (School for Living Judaism) and B’nei Mitzvah subcommittee focuses on programming for our children, clarification of policies if needed, as well as any issues that arise during the course of the year.
      • Co-Chairs: TBD
    • Youth Committee: This subcommittee advises on best possible youth experiences through review of the JTravel program as well as the URJ’s youth programming opportunities.