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Beth Shalom, a Jewish Reform Congregation, was founded in 2002 to provide a new and additional form of Judaism in Italy. Presently we have more than 100 members from Italy, the U.S., South Africa, Switzerland, England, Australia, Israel, Sweden, Cyprus and France. Beth Shalom is a member of the European Region of the World Union for Progressive Judaism, the largest Jewish organization in the world.

Our approach to Judaism is modern and we believe in its significance in our daily lives and the importance of the Synagogue as a symbol of our community.

At Beth  Shalom, we celebrate our rich diversity as a congregation, a community coming from many communities. And when we join together to welcome Shabbat, to study or to celebrate, we are a great intergenerational family. We are newcomers and old-timers, children and adults, individuals, couples and families, Jews by birth and by choice, non-Jewish partners and spouses. As we raise our voices in prayer and song, we know that we are one community with a common bond.


Beth Shalom needs your help!


Milano, November 2013 Dear friends, Beth Shalom Reform Synagogue in Milan needs your help.  For over ten years we have been a strong and determined but struggling community offering Reform Judaism in Italy.  We cater to Italians, ex-pats, and foreign Jews who are seeking an alternative to the closed Orthodox community here in Milan. We […]

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Kabbalat Shabbat October 24

Make sure to join us on Friday 24 October, at 7.30pm, at the IMPACT HUB in via Paolo Sarpi, 8 for a fabulous Kabbalat Shabbat where, in addition to great food and wine, you will be treated to a talk by esteemed psychologist Dr. Giulia Ibry Remorino who will enlighten us about bringing up Jewish […]

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Yom Kippur 2014

Our Kol Nidre service, which begins the holiest night of the Jewish Year, will be held on Friday, October 3rd at 19:30 in the city center. We will be using the trilingual Yom Kippur Machzor we have prepared for the Day of Atonement. Services will be conducted by visiting Rabbi Leigh Lerner. Yom Kippur morning […]

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The Year of Release


The year of release. . . Rabbi Leigh Lerner How much trust in God do you have? If you work, would you be willing to fulfill the Torah law of the Sabbatical year and stop working for 365 days, trusting that all you have done over the last 6 years would provide enough to carry […]

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Rosh Hashanah 2014

Rosh Hashanah services – conducted by our wonderful, bilingual Rabbi Leigh Lerner, who will be returning from Montreal for the High Holy Days. Let us all turn out to welcome him and his wife back to Milan. Services will be followed by a Kiddush. Unfortunately, we have had to cancel the dinner planned for Rosh […]

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