How often do you have services?

We have services on Friday evenings at 6:30pm, on Saturday morning at 10:30am, and on all major Jewish holidays. Friday evening services are preceded by a wine and cheese reception. During the pandemic, you may join us for online services on our Facebook Group with an online schmooze beginning at 5:30pm.

Our Munchkin Minyan service for families with children seven and under is held once a month on Saturdays at 10:30am. Click here for the schedule. During the pandemic, we are holding services on our spacious lawn, wearing masks and social distancing.

Everyone is invited to attend these services and programs. Please join us! 

How many clergy does Temple Shalom have?

Our Senior Rabbi is Andrew M. Paley. Our Cantor is Devorah G. Avery.

How many members does Temple Shalom have?

We currently have approximately 700 families.  Despite our large size, you will quickly feel like you are part of a small and very friendly Temple. We offer a wide variety of programs for every interest group.

What do I receive for my membership commitment?

Benefits of membership include High Holy Day tickets and numerous free learning and social activities.  In addition, our Rabbi, Cantor, staff, and members will be there to support you through life’s challenges and joys. You will also be supporting our synagogue and providing an environment for nurturing the next generation of Jews. Our members find they receive so much more than their monetary contribution! Our pandemic online programming can be found on our Facebook Group and in Zoom meetings. Information is on the website.

How do I join Temple Shalom?

Please call our Executive Director, Steve Lewis, at (972) 661-1810 ext. 202, and he will guide you through the process. Click here for our 2020-2021 Membership Brochure and Application.

What if I can’t afford the standard membership commitment amount?

No one is turned away due to financial constraints.  Please contact Executive Director Steve Lewis at 972-661-1810, ext. 202, for confidential arrangements.