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Reflecting on B’yachad, our Havdalah Family Learning Club PilotBased on a recommendation from Temple Sholom’s Strategic Planning initiative, we recently piloted a new family education model called “B’yachad: Family Learning Club” for a small group of families with 4- and 5-year-olds not yet enrolled in Religious School. B’yachad means “together” and this program was based around best practices from our Yom Horim (Parent’s Day) events, Shabbat Mishpacha and ... Read More
Our Teens Speak Truth To PowerEleven of our amazing high school students attended the L’Taken Social Justice Seminar at the Religious Action Center in D.C. in February to learn about the Reform Jewish perspective on contemporary issues and prepare to lobby our representatives on Capitol Hill regarding issues they are passionate about! In a democracy like the United States, all rights begin with the right to vote. As ... Read More
We will rise and shine brightly for our time has come. Isaiah 60:1
We welcome you as you are; In every stage of your life.
We say to you “Hineynu – We are here when you need us.”
We challenge you to grow; to join our search for relevance and renewal in ancient wisdom.
We say to you “Awaken! So much to be discovered!”
We invite you to share our mission:
To be a source of healing in the world
To ask with us: “If not now, when? What is our sacred work?”
Thus we remember that we are a community that engages in Torah (sacred study), Avodah (spiritual exploration),
Tikkun Middot (personal growth) and Tikkun Olam (healing a broken world).
“Whether taking a class, enjoying a special musical event or feeling enriched after a thoughtful sermon, Temple Sholom is there for me in many ways.”Pamela Narins, Temple and committee member