Temple Sholom continues a robust schedule of worship, classes, religious school and other programming. To visit our April Calendar, click here.
We also are continuously posting updates on everything from what you need for seder this year to ways to manage your physical, emotional and spiritual well-being. Click here to read the latest from Temple Sholom.
Temple Sholom Platform Migration
Beginning today, March 26, Temple Sholom is switching our Membership Platform. For more information, including what this means while the migration happens, please Click Here.
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A Summit On Excellence: ARJE 2020 By Jay Rapoport, RJEWhen I recently attended the Association of Reform Jewish Educators (ARJE) Summit on Excellence in Denver, CO, I was excited for the inspirational learning from colleagues that I have come to expect from my ARJE annual gatherings, and to include our Youth Engagement & Curriculum Coordinator, Caleb Bromberg, in the experience for the first time. I didn’t expect to win ... Read More
I Am Proud to Introduce Our Next Senior RabbiRabbi Conover’s appointment follows a nationwide search in which the Search Committee spoke and met with many extraordinary rabbis, each who brought great talent and ability to their shared vocation. Throughout the search, which was undertaken in collaboration with the Central Conference of American Rabbis, the Search Committee made the unanimous determination that the most able and talented Rabbi, the ... 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