What is Derekh?
Derekh is Congregation Beth Shalom's adult programming department.
Derekh programs include many modes of engagement - Social, Arts, Justice, Torah, and Music. We see ourselves as an engine for innovation, experimenting with new programs, new ideas, and striving for creativity.
Derekh is a synagogue initiative that is highly directed by our members - we want our members to help envision the programs that would create community, spirituality, learning, and personal growth.
If you want to get involved in Derekh - you have an idea for a program, or you want to help with a Derekh committee like the Tzedek Hesed Committee or Racial Justice group, email email@example.com.
Beth Shalom's Tzedek Hesed Committee works on issues of justice and social need, including our flagship program, our Medical Devices Lending Library (called in Hebrew a Gemah). For more information, click here.
Our Racial Justice Committee works on aligning the shul's core values with foundational Jewish values in equality, humanity, and justice. For more information, click here.