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A Haimish Congregation

Services every weekday morning at 8:00 and also every evening (changes with sunset)... Shabbat and Yom Tov Services at 9:00 AM (except days when Yizkor is said - 8:30) ... Click on News and Calendar for more information

A Conservative Synagogue serving the needs of
the Jewish Community of Monroe Township, NJ since 1983

Office Hours:
Mon - Thurs: 10:00 am - 4:00 am
Friday: Closed until spring
While the office is closed on Shabbat, Festivals, High Holidays, and Federal Holidays, we contin
ue
to conduct Services twice daily.
Office: 609
-395-1952
Rabbi Eli B. Perlman: 732-257-6448

Click here for Blessings for Shabbat Candles

Click here to learn the Kiddush for Friday Evening


Click here to download Chanukah Songs and song sheet

Click here for Blessings for Chanukah Candles

The Congregation

Congregation Beit Shalom / Monroe Township is a unique Conservative Congregation that is comprised of approximately 1,500 members. The difference between this and other congregations is that we are truly a family. We get together to pray, to learn, to laugh, to sing, to schmooze, and to eat. We study and watch movies together. We learn Torah and we share experiences in our lives. And when someone is in need, we help each other in ways that continue to inspire everyone.


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Daily Minyan

We have a daily Minyan every single morning and evening. The morning Services begin at 8:00 AM. Our afternoon and evenings Services are driven by when the sun sets. For times for Evening Services Click Here


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Shabbat and Yom Tov

Every Shabbat and Yom Tov morning we enjoy Services in the Rabbi Eli B. Perlman Sanctuary starting at 9:00 with the exception of the High Holy Days and days during which we recite the Yizkor (Memorial) Services which begin at 8:30. During the course of our Services we try to include as many people as possible to be called to the Torah, chant parts of the Service and the Haftorah, lead the congregation in English and Hebrew responsive readings, and open and close the Ark. Following the Services is a Kiddush during which we all have time to schmooze with each other.  
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