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Huntsville’s first Jewish citizens arrived during the 1840’s and congregation B’nai Sholom (“Sons of Peace”) was founded in 1876 by 32 families.

Almost 150 years later, our congregation is healthy and vibrant and the center for Jewish living in our growing North Alabama community.



Temple B'nai Sholom is a special place because it nurtures three things that Jews have sought for themselves and their families, three things that infuse life with a sense of meaning and fulfillment:  

spirituality, learning and community

By providing a wide array of Jewish opportunities and experiences for children and adults, we empower ourselves to transmit our precious legacy from one generation to the next.

We welcome you to join our inspirational community with rich meaning and lifelong friendships.





Temple B'nai Sholom offers prayer and gathering opportunities year-round, every week. Shabbat Services utilize rotating themes including traditional reform and family-friendly.

We are proud to have Rabbi Scott Colbert to lead us in our transitional year. 



The Temple performs a number of services for our  members in the area of religious observance. In  addition to our weekly Shabbat services, which are open to the public, we also  mark  the  major  Jewish  holidays  with  special services. In addition to prayer and worship, we also work with our members to help them mark the various life cycle events. From birth to death and marriage to bar/bat mitzvah,  members exclusively can avail themselves of our Rabbi for life cycle ceremonies.


Temple B'nai Sholom is proud to offer learning opportunities to people of all ages.  Our educational building is also home to NACHaS, a Sunday morning religious school for children pre-K through confirmation.  NACHaS is open to all members of the North Alabama Jewish Community.


We offer many opportunities and events to come together as a community as well as service the needs of our own population. We have something for everyone including thriving Sisterhood, Brotherhood and Familyhood groups. All three groups offer robust event calendars. Join today!


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