Welcome Rabbi Robert Lefkowitz
Since Rabbi Lefkowitz has arrived at Congregation Beth Shalom of Brandon, he has worked to bring a sense of spirituality, compassion and learning into the lives of our community.
He loves finding a connection with people of every age and strives to carry forward the CBS tradition of welcoming all who enter into our sanctuary.
He has developed positive relationships. He has organized Torah classes and encourages open discussion.
His interests include a thirst for knowledge and spending time with his congregation.
Rabbi Lefkowitz has brought peace, tranquility, and stability to the CBS
He maintains a loving, caring, supportive comradery at CBS.
Rabbi Lefkowitz has successfully increased synagogue attendance and hopes to continue to build strong and lasting relationships.
He is proud to serve as Rabbi at CBS. He is deeply committed to Tikkum Olam, repairing the world. He believes that it is our responsibility to be active partners with God, making the world a more livable place for all
CBS will continue to thrive under his spiritual guidance warmth and leadership
Welcome to Congregation Beth Shalom!
Shalom! Congregation Beth Shalom is a vibrant, warm, and growing Reform synagogue. As the only Reform synagogue in the Greater Brandon area, we provide a home for Jews and interfaith families of all ages and backgrounds. We have a friendly diverse population. As a small congregation, we value the contribution and participation of each individual member.
Congregation Beth Shalom holds Religious School on Sundays for students in Kindergarten through seventh grade, from 9:30am – 12:00pm; with the first 30 minutes dedicated to worship; parents are encouraged to attend as well.
At Beth Shalom we believe learning and participating in study are key to a full Jewish life. We have a dynamic Life Long Learning Committee that organizes a variety of study and learning opportunities for all interests!
Shabbat is the highlight of the Jewish week, an opportunity to connect with family, friends and community. Tranquility and reflection are combined with learning, joy, spirited singing and prayer for a day that restores and renews. Currently Erev Shabbat services are every Friday night at 7:00pm .