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B'nai Shalom of Olney

 

OUR MISSION

B’nai Shalom of Olney is an egalitarian, Conservative Jewish congregation, committed to enhancing life through prayer, religious education, Mitzvot, community outreach and social action. We join together to share in one another’s Simhot and sorrows. It is our goal to meet the diverse spiritual, religious and social needs of our members with the framework and traditions of Conservative Judaism. We nurture our Judaic growth through engaging educational programs for children and adults. We strive to further the causes of the Jewish people and the State of Israel. We build unity with our fellow Jews and the community at large in the spirit of love and respect.


 

UPCOMING EVENTS

Register for:

Latkes & Vodka

Saturday, December 10th - 8:00-11:00PM


 

Signup For:

Torah on Tap at Mamma Lucia

Monday, December 12th - 8:00-9:30 PM


 

Register For:

Congregational Shabbat Dinner

Friday, December 16th - 6:15 PM

(Birthday/Anniversary Shabbat Service follow)

And come early at 5:45 PM for the ECS  

Friday Night Lights Shabbat Service (for children under 8)


 

Register For:

Light up Your Neshama (Soul)!

With Hazzan Geller

Sunday, December 18 - 5:00 PM


 

CONTACT US 

Contact us for information about our community and membership
opportunities    

B'NAI SHALOM OF OLNEY
18401 Burtfield Drive, Olney, MD 20832  [MAP/DIRECTIONS]
 
Administrative Office: (301) 774-0879            
Fax: (301) 774-3992   
Religious School Office: (301) 774-9323
Early Childhood Office: (301) 570-0699
 

 

 The New Siddur Lev Shalem will be introduced to BSO

on February 4, 2017!

To place a dedication, please complete the online Siddur 

dedication formor you may call our front office 

at 301-774-0879, to have an order form sent to you.

 

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B'NAI   SHALOM    - NEWSLETTER

We invite you to read our monthly Newsletter. 

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Fri, 9 December 2016 9 Kislev 5777