Shalom Chaverim! Shalom Chaverim!
It is with a full heart and sheer excitement that I extend to you and your family greetings and well wishes on behalf of all of us at Temple Shalom.
Temple Shalom is a warm, loving and nurturing home for anyone interested in seeking connections with other people, with programs and projects in our community, with the deep and rich heritage of our people and, ultimately, with God. Our Temple seeks to enrich all of the lives of our family through the three historic aspects of synagogue life; a house of prayer, a house of study and a place for meaningful gathering.
Thank you for visiting our website!
On behalf of the Board of Trustees, I’m delighted that you’re interested in learning more about our congregation and our community. As you browse the tabs, you’ll discover there’s a lot to explore. That’s a reflection of the breadth and depth of our programming: worship, religious school, adult education, social action, community service, social events, and much more.
I’m biased…we joined Temple Shalom nearly 20 years ago when my wife and I moved to Dallas. I didn’t grow up here, so I was looking for a congregation friendly to “transplants.” Today, our membership is a mix of singles and couples (including same sex couples) who live in Dallas, Richardson, Plano, Frisco, Allen, McKinney, Irving, Carrollton, Garland, and beyond.
Thank you for considering Temple Shalom as your congregation. Temple Shalom’s Brotherhood has fun as well as providing crucial support to our Temple and to our Temple Youth Programs throughout the year.
Our Temple Shalom Brotherhood and the Men of Reform Judaism are partners in strengthening our ties, and our children’s ties, to our Jewish heritage and traditions.
Temple Shalom Sisterhood is a vital auxiliary to our Temple family. Being a part of Sisterhood and Women of Reform Judaism, helps strengthen our congregation’s families, our congregation and, we hope, your life.