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Welcome to Temple Sholom!

 

We are a traditional-egalitarian, award-winning Conservative synagogue that values worship and education, respects diversity, and encourages tzedakah and community involvement. We seek to create a family-friendly and multi-generational congregation, and a warm, welcoming, inclusive environment using a “big tent” (ohel gadol) approach. We welcome you to set up a tour of our synagogue and to learn more about our community. For more information about membership, click here .

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Temple Sholom Upcoming Programs and Events

March-April Program Highlights

 

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Welcome to Selma Maisel Nursery School!


For information, click here
For 2013-2014 Calendar click here.
For 2014-2015 registration information click here.

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Welcome to the Temple Sholom Religious School


 
 
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Musical 2nd Night Seder, Celebrate with Us - April 15

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Join us for an engaging and lively 2nd night seder led by Rav David, Cantor Asa and our music specialist Adam Feder.

This seder is appropriate for all ages.

$50 per adult, $25 for children ages 5-12

Seder is sponsored in part by Sisterhood.

 For more information or to register, contact Alice.schoen@templesholom.com

 

 

Meet Active Duty Officers from the Israel Defense Force - May 8

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Join us for an interactive dialogue with active duty officers from the IDF.  Come hear what roles they each play and how they feel about defending their country; many of them not much older than our teens.

Brought to us through the T'zhal Shalom program & the Stamford JCC.  Teens and adults will find what they have to say compelling.  Dessert and coffee will be served.

 

 

 

 

Scholar in Residence, "The Broken and the Whole" - May 16-18

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Welcome back Rabbi Erez Sherman who will be joined by his father, Rabbi Charles Sherman.  They are here to share their family's story of discovering joy after heartbreak.  Rabbi Charles Sherman chronicles the story of his oldest son Eyal, who suffered a stroke at age four, in his newly released book, "The Broken and the Whole".

May 16,  Shabbat Dinner, 7:30pm; May 17, Torah Study at 9:00am; May 18, St. Catherine of Siena Church at 11:45am. 

 

For more information or to register contact Alice Schoen at alice.schoen@templesholom.com.

Save the Date for a Lag B'omer Family Field Day - May 18

img 3128In the spirit of Lag B'omer, Temple Sholom will be hosting their first annual Family Field Day featuring relay races, games, prizes, facepainting, a BBQ and more.

10:30am - 12:30pm
This event will be held outside on the fields at Carmel Academy.  Bring friends!  All are welcome.

To register for Field Day, click here

 

 

Explore Temple Sholom

Social ActionThe Norma Perlstein Social Action Committee
is actively involved with coordinating the efforts of the congregation’s activities, fulfilling the mitzvah of tikkun olam (repairing the world).
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SisterhoodSisterhood
Friendship, community and family are the focus of Temple Sholom’s active Sisterhood. Our activities aim to strengthen and unite the synagogue’s women members.
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IMG 0162Youth Groups
Combine social, educational, religious and social action programs to create opportunities for the synagogue’s children to create lasting friendships.
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Israel Education & AdvocacyIsrael Education & Advocacy
In June 2010, Temple Sholom put a formal mission in place to educate the community on Israel and to help create a bond between us and citizens of Israel.
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Frontpage ImageJewish Network of Young Couples
JNYC meets about once a month as a way for young couples in their 20's and 30's to meet each other and socialize.
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