Welcome To Our Temple


Temple Shalom invites you to find your spiritual, religious, intellectual and social home here with others who share your values. Our broadest goals are exemplified by Our Mission: Temple Shalom builds holy community, connecting our congregation to one another, to God, Torah, Israel and the Jewish people through worship, study, gathering and community service.

Contact Executive Director Steve Lewis for membership information. Click here for our Belonging Application. Click here for our members’ testimonials on why they love Temple Shalom!

  1. 01 Apr

    Torah Study

    9:00 am - 10:00 am

    Next dates: 08 Apr | 15 Apr | 22 Apr |
  2. 01 Apr

    Morning Service-Epstein Chapel

    10:30 am - 11:30 am

    Next dates: 08 Apr | 15 Apr | 22 Apr |
  3. 02 Apr

    Garden Work Day

    9:30 am - 11:30 am

    Next dates: 16 Apr | 23 Apr | 30 Apr |
  4. 02 Apr

    Religious School K-7

    9:30 am - 12:00 pm

    Next dates: 16 Apr | 30 Apr | 07 May |
  5. 02 Apr

    Passover U

    9:30 am - 12:00 pm
  6. 02 Apr
  7. 02 Apr
  8. 03 Apr

    Adult Education Great Decisions

    12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
  9. 03 Apr

    Knitting Hour

    2:30 pm - 3:30 pm

    Next dates: 10 Apr | 17 Apr | 24 Apr |
  10. 04 Apr

    Garden Work Day (with RSVP)

    9:30 am - 11:30 am

    Next dates: 11 Apr | 18 Apr | 25 Apr |

From the Union For Reform Judaism / Reform Movement

How an Instagram Meme Account is Spreading Jewish Joy

How an Instagram Meme Account is Spreading Jewish Joy jemerman March 31, 2023

When Aly Silverberg (she/her) started a Jewish meme account on Instagram, she never expected it to go viral - or for it to have such a big impact on her life and career. She certainly never expected it to reach tens of thousands of other Jews!

Thriving Like Isaac

Thriving Like Isaac sdolgov March 29, 2023

Living most of my life in a hearing world – as a not-fully hearing person – has been my “normal” living experience. I don’t know any other way of being. I suspect there is a different way of living because everyone around me tells me so – they imagine that my life must be so hard, how I must cope (what are my choices??). At one point, I tried to connect to the Deaf community. Between not being fluent in American Sign Language and being able to live in the hearing world, I didn’t feel welcome – although I learned a lot about myself as a less-than-fully-hearing person in a hearing world. A few years ago, when I went from hard of hearing to deaf, I decided that I would be just that, “deaf” without the capital “D”. I am now a deaf person living in a hearing world (as opposed to a Deaf person with connections to the Deaf community).

Dayenu: The Power of Enough-ness

Dayenu: The Power of Enough-ness jemerman March 27, 2023

Last year was my first time celebrating Passover and one of the first times I sang with the congregational choir. One of the songs we performed for the seder was "Dayenu." The choir director explained during practice that in Hebrew, "dayenu" means "enough." I loved the melody of the song and found myself humming the tune as I prepared for Passover.

Building Deep Relationships with Israel: URJ Heller High and the People of Israel

Building Deep Relationships with Israel: URJ Heller High and the People of Israel jemerman March 16, 2023

Heller High aims to build deep, lasting relationships between North American Jewish teens and Israel, developing the next generation of Reform Jewish Zionists. The Heller High program gives students the opportunity to learn from and get to know different groups of Israelis.

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