315 North 13th Street - Leesburg, FL - 352-326-3692

Remembering Pittsburgh


We stand with Pittsburgh and all our fellow Jews as we mourn the loss of the eleven victims. May their memories be for a blessing. Please spread love as we honor the memory of those people who went to Shabbat services and never came home.


Do you play Mah Jongg?

If you play Mah Jongg, please buy your card through the synagogue. Ask the group you play with to support us. The Mah Jongg league makes a donation to our synagogue based on the size of the order we place. Every card ordered makes a difference! A portion of the proceeds is donated to the Leesburg Food Bank. Place your order now, orders must be received by January 15th. Click here to download the order form.

Friday Evening Service, December 14th at 7pm

At this special Friday night service led by Rabbi Allen we will honor those members who joined our congregation during the past year.  Enjoy refreshments and socialize with our members at the Oneg Shabbat following the service.

Rabbi's Roundtable in the Villages, December 20th at 1pm

Rabbi Karen Allen will lead a guided discussion about how the current Torah portion impacts our Jewish lives today. The community is invited to join this enlightening exchange at 1:00 pm on Thursday, December 20th in the main conference room at the Sumter County Administration and Library Building, 7375 Powell Rd. (near Pinellas Plaza and 466A) in Wildwood.

The Personal and Congregational Benefits of Contributions

If your visit to our website or to our Temple motivates you to support Congregation Beth Sholom, either as a member or a guest, you can easily do so by clicking the "Donate" button below. There will be an option on one of the screens to 'send a message to the seller'.  Use that option to tell us what the donation is for.  We support both the congregation needs of our members and others through our Temple's acts of Tzedakah.

There are many ways to honor, celebrate or remember a loved one or special event and help the Jewish community at the same time. A financial contribution allows Congregation Beth Sholom to strengthen its member services and serve the community. In-kind contributions can work in many ways. If you have any questions or would like to discuss a contribution in honor, celebration, or memory of any one or an event, please call Treasurer Dave Englander at 352-504-4402.

Sponsoring an Oneg brings special pleasure to our religious services. Call Pam Singer at 787-1999 to discuss an Oneg Shabbat.