One Couple Two Faiths: Stories of Love and Religion
Are you or someone you love in an interfaith relationship?
Join us on Monday, November 19th with our guest speaker, Dr. Marion Usher, as she shares her observations about changes to the Jewish community and the work that still needs to be accomplished to be considered an inclusive community.
Building Sacred Community since 1867
Building Community with Dinosaurs?I wasn’t sure how the dinosaur theme was going to work out. Each year we empower our 8th grade Religious School class with the task of selecting the theme for our fall 5th-8th grade youth retreat URJ Camp OSRUI. Over the past few years they’ve picked fun, normal themes like food, movies and music, and we’ve made connections to Jewish ... Read More
Reflections on Pittsburgh by Eli PerlinIn the past week our country has seen the hate that lives within it. On Wednesday a man shot and killed two people in a Kroger store because they were African-American. During this time, bombs were being mailed to Democratic officials by a man who had spewed hate online towards minorities. Then on Saturday morning a gunman shouting antisemitic slurs ... 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