Welcome to Our Congregation

We are an egalitarian, multigenerational congregation that welcomes diversity, spirituality and community. We value Jewish living and the communal principles of Tzedakah and Tikun Olam.

While in the process of finding and building a new permanent home, we are temporarily holding Shabbat and holiday services at the Great Hall located in the First Congregational Church, 495 Canton Ave, Milton, next to Town Hall.

Entrance to the Great Hall is from the back of the building, through the Centre School entrance. Contact us for additional information.

Service Times

You can make a difference — let us count you in our minyan! Join us for our regular services:

  • Sunday Morning Minyan - 9 am
  • Shabbat Morning - 9:30 am

Shabbat Candlelighting Times

Rabbi's Corner

President's Blog

Announcements & Updates

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Participating Interfaith Family Month Organization

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New Milton synagogue a sign of vitality for local Jewish congregations

Building Blog

  • A Milton street with a Hebrew Name
    Posted by buildingbethshalombluehills on February 3, 2016 at 10:35 pm

    Of course, our entry road will have a beautiful new street sign in English, so people can find our new home.  But a special addition just under that sign, is our street name in Hebrew.  Transliterated, reading right to left, it … Continue reading &rarr […]

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Boston Globe 10/5/14 Article 

Response to Anti-Muslim Rhetoric

 The Milton Interfaith Clergy Association has grown increasingly concerned about the anti-Muslim rhetoric that is growing in our country. We feel it is time to speak up. We firmly denounce anyone who espouses doctrines of hatred, discrimination and intolerance toward the Muslim community.Prejudice is a denigration of a person's humanity and therefore absolutely unacceptable - no matter who espouses it or how often.  We proclaim our devotion to the American ideal that people of all faiths, or no faith at all, have the right to live in freedom, safety and happiness on these blessed shores.  When people in power or those who seek power go down an evil road such as this, it is up to freedom loving people to support one another and say loud and clear "we reject what you say and what you want to do.  This is not the path - not now, not ever.” It is our task to remain vigilant and strong in order to spread the true and just message of love, hope and peace that "all human beings are created in the Divine Image." We stand ready to help and support the Muslim community during this challenging time, side by side, hand in hand, shoulder to shoulder.
הרב אפרים צבי בנימין
Rabbi Alfred H. Benjamin
Congregation Beth Shalom of the Blue Hills
"Building Now & for the Future"
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2015 Chanukkah Party - making oil menorahs

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Building Steering Committee recognized at the Milton Interfaith Clergy Association Thanks-for-Giving Celebration 2015

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The Jewish response to the refugee crisis in Europe related to the situation in Syria