Your Jewish Home in Salem

1274 Cunningham Lane S.
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Service Times

Torah on Tap

Fridays at 6:00 pm

Kabbalat Shabbat Service

Fridays at 7:30 pm

Shabbat Morning Service

1st & 3rd Saturdays at 9:30 am

Spiritual Practices

With Stephen Lipton
Wednesdays at 9:00 am

Book Talk with Author Judy Batalion

via Zoom

Sunday, January 23, 1:00 pm

The Light of Days: The Untold Story of Women Resistance Fighters in Hitler’s Ghettos: While conducting research on Hanna Senesh, Judy Batalion unexpectedly found the 1946 Yiddish book, Freuen in di Ghettos (Women in the Ghettos), filled with accounts about young Jewish women who defied the Nazis. These Polish-Jewish “ghetto girls” paid off Gestapo guards, hid revolvers in teddy bears, flirted with Nazis, and shot them. They distributed underground bulletins, flung Molotov cocktails, bombed German supply trains, organized soup kitchens, and were bearers of the truth about what was happening to the Jews. In this discussion, Judy will relay several of these women’s stories, describe her years of research into the history of Polish-Jewish resistance, and discuss why so many of these tales remained hidden for so long.

MillieWatts Completion Celebration

Sunday, February 6, 2:00 pm

We are thrilled to announce the completion of our MillieWatts Solar Project installation. Join us for a small and casual celebration as we “flip the switch” and celebrate this milestone in our green journey, a vision that our dear Millie Estrin began. This completion celebration will be followed by a Membership Meeting at 2:30 pm.

Book Talk with Author Ted Ficken

Sunday, February 20, 1:00 pm

A music therapist explores the world of hate music, pairing narratives from that industry with stories about music therapists, exploring intersections, relationships, and juxtapositions. Music of Hate, Music for Healing includes a look into the roots and history of hate music and music therapy as well as information gleaned from recent headlines and ideas for reachable solutions to address the growth of hate music.

Secular Shmecular

The Secular Shmecular Havurah meets every other Sunday to socialize and discuss topics of interest.

You may attend in person if fully vaccinated (must show proof and masks are required), or via Zoom.

Meeting times may vary depending on the time of year. Contact the office for more information and to join the conversation.


Spiritual meaning and fulfillment does not mean the same thing to everyone in our community. We, as a community, seek to explore the meaning behind Jewish traditions, laws and rituals, and to adapt those into our spiritual lives today.

About Us

We believe that the congregants of our community play a vital role in developing and contributing to our spiritual life. While rabbinic leadership is vitally important to our TBS community, we also incorporate lay-leadership and participation into our services to further enhance the strength of our community, and to create a truly inclusive and dynamic Jewish community.


Join us in our quest for knowledge, understanding, and a connection to our community, our people, and our commitment to Judaism and the land of Israel.

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Our goal is to expand our knowledge and understanding of Judaism and what it means to us as an individual and as a community.

Have Kids?

We strive to encourage interesting educational programs that are not only thought provoking, but fun and engaging.

Facility Rentals

Our beautiful building offers ample opportunity for meetings, activities, classes and more.

Equipment rental is also available


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