Welcome to
Congregation Beth Shalom of Orange City

Congregation Beth Shalom is proud to have Rabbi Winston Weilheimer officiating.
Rabbi Weilheimer is the only Conservative Rabbi in West Volusia County

A  Progressive Conservative Jewish Congregation
Brown Bag - Lunch & Learn
Come and join us each month for our 'Brown bag - Lunch & Learn'- led by Carlos. 
Please bring your brown bag dairy lunch to enjoy while we discuss a variety of topics.

Congregation Beth Shalom
1308 E. Normandy Blvd. Suite D
Deltona, FL 32725
Copyright Congregation Beth Shalom 2019

For Membership Information contact:
Rabbi Weilheimer at: nusach@hotmail.com

All Services and meetings are held:
1308 E. Normandy Blvd.
Deltona, FL
Convenient for residents / visitors in; DeBary, Deltona, DeLand, Orange City West Volusia and Seminole Counties

Regular Service Schedule
Friday Night 7:30 PM VIA Zoom
1308 E. Normandy Blvd. Suite D
Deltona, FL 32725

Upcoming Events

  • Thursday Feb 20th  6:45 PM - Exploring Judaism
  • Thursday Feb 27th  6:45 PM - Exploring Judaism
  • Thursday March 5th  6:45 PM - Exploring Judaism
  • Monday, March 9th 6:30 PM Purim Celebration, Pot Luck Dairy Parve Dinner
  • Thursday March 12th  6:45 PM - Exploring Judaism
  • Saturday March 14th - Brown Bag - Lunch & Learn Immediately following Services
  • Sunday March 15th - 10:00 AM - Congregation Meeting, followed by Sisterhood Meeting
  • Thursday March 19th  6:45 PM - Exploring Judaism
  • Thursday March 26th  6:45 PM - Exploring Judaism
  • Thursday April 2nd 6:45 PM - Exploring Judaism
  • Wednesday, April 8th 6:30 PM - Passover Seder @ CBS- Reservations to AP by 3/25
  • Saturday, May 2nd Heritage Night - Put Luck Dairy / Parve Dinner - Bring receiped / food to share from your family's receipies

Join us for High Holiday or Any Service
May the door of Congregation Beth Shalom be wide enough to receive all who hunger for love, all who are lonely for fellowship.
May it welcome all who have cares to unburden, thanks to express, hopes to nurture.
May the door of this synagogue be narrow enough to shut out pettiness and pride, envy and enmity.
May its threshold be no stumbling block to young or straying feet.
May it be too high to admit complacency, selfishness and harshness.
May this synagogue be, for all who enter, the doorway to a richer and more meaningful life.