Barukh Haba!  Welcome to our lovely island Jewish community and its haimish synagogue located just yards away from Brigantine Beach and the Atlantic Ocean.  With regular services and a variety of activities, this precious synagogue is the setting where Jewish gems from Brigantine Island communities east of the AC Expressway and even far beyond build and share meaningful Jewish lives.  You are invited to join us and when you do, you'll discover why our members walk from blocks away or travel from all over the region just to take part in the relaxing Jewish atmosphere that is our "Shul by the Sea."

See our Google Calendar for information on services and upcoming events!  For general information, or to speak with our Rabbi, please email the synagogue office or call us at 609/266-0403.


Please join us on Sunday evening, September 13th at 8:00pm to welcome the Jewish New Year of 5776.  A special Oneg, including apples and honey, will follow.

Please also join us on Monday and Tuesday, September 14th & 15th at 9:30am, for a joyous, spiritual New Year's celebration with Rabbi Fox and our High Holiday Hazzan, Rabbi Alan LaPayover. 

Finally, please join us for Kol Nidre Service on Tuesday, September 22nd at 6:15pm and Yom Kippur Services on September 23rd at 9:30am.  DON'T FORGET TO RSVP FOR OUR BREAK-THE-FAST MEAL AFTER SERVICES (more than 35 have signed up already!).  For reservations (the cost for FULLY paid members and their guests is $15 per person, and require reservations), please contact the synagogue office or call us at 609/266-0403.

Click here to read about our High Holiday Hazzan, Rabbi Alan LaPayover.

For more information, please contact the synagogue office or call us at 609/266-0403.

Please take a look at our full High Holidays schedule!!



Temple Beth Shalom is affiliated with the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism.  Overall, we follow a liberal understanding of Jewish law as practiced within the Conservative Movement as we fulfill the needs of a diverse congregational membership.  We are proud to be one of the jewels of the broader Atlantic and Cape May Counties Jewish community.