Another Summer has come and gone! However, at Temple Beth Sholom we certainly made the most of it! In addition to maintaining our Friday Evening Service schedule, we spent a pleasant evening after services one week with a delightful oneg held at the home of Rachel Lewitt and Matthew Armbruster. In the true spirit of Shabbat, we celebrated in a very relaxed setting, enjoying each other’s company (in addition to the food). I would like to take this opportunity to thank Matt and Rachel for their gracious hospitality and to suggest that we have more, similar events when possible. As a Temple Family, we are not limited to staying within the building. There are many activities we can do, place we can go. Please let me know if you are interested in either hosting such an event, or if you have any thoughts about other group-related outings.
Also this Summer, at Temple Beth Sholom, we welcomed Rabbi Paul Kushner and Father John Civille. They discussed and compared “Life, Death and What’s Next.” It was a very interesting and thought provoking afternoon. Over 100 people attended and everything ran smoothly. Thank you to Susan and Andy Singer for all you did (baking, set-up, clean-up and so much more!) to ensure that the reception looked as good as it tasted! Thank you also to Lynne Zollett and Rachel Lewitt for helping Susan!
Temple Beth Sholom is pleased to announce that our bi-monthly bulletin is now available in PDF format. If you would like to receive the bulletin ONLY in PDF format via email and NOT receive a paper copy through “snail” mail, please click here and let us know your preference. Making the bulletin available as a PDF file saves time, money, and trees!
In 1986 Temple Beth Sholom acquired 47 double monument lots and 14 single marker lots in a section indicated as Section 15 at Woodside Cemetery. This is located at the intersection of Verity Parkway and Fourteenth Avenue in Middletown, Ohio.
It is a mitzvah to be buried in a Jewish cemetery, to be sure your family needs are met for now and the future I will be available to meet with you and discuss this personally.
Our arrangement includes perpetual care. We have secured the current value and will review the section, in private at your convenience.
A double plot Monument site is $3200.
A single marker site is $850.