Temple Beth Sholom is in the mainstream of Reform Judaism and offers Reform worship services. Warm to Jewish tradition, but cognizant that as the only synagogue in the city, it must meet a wide range of spiritual and religious needs. Accordingly, individuals from a broad range of Jewish backgrounds, from liberal Reform to Orthodox, have found a place in the congregation. The congregation uses the Reform prayerbooks Mishkan T’Filah for Shabbat and for High Holy Day services.
Through worship, the congregation observes religious holidays, marks personal milestones, and grows closer together as a community.