Considered one of the most warm, gracious and vibrant spaces in Greenwich, our building has held a place of pride and served as a source of community since Temple Sholom’s inception in 1917. Our main building was dedicated in 1955, and the Temple’s Religious and Nursery School was expanded, updated, and dedicated in 1990.
Temple Sholom has two main worship spaces: the Tunick Chapel, which is used for minyan services, and the Albert and Vera List Sanctuary, which is utilized for Shabbat and Festival worship. Both spaces are distinguished by their unique stained-glass windows and sanctuary art. For more information on this, and about our Torahs, click here.
The Temple Sholom Religious School and Nursery School are safe, light-filled, open and friendly spaces that provide a home in which the children of our congregation learn, laugh and grow in comfortable, state-of-the-art surroundings.
The Davis Lounge and the Temple’s Social Hall provide warm and inviting spaces for gatherings of all kinds: study, lifecycle events, simchas and galas. For more information about these facilities and how to host your upcoming event at Temple Sholom, click here.
Temple Sholom also hosts a myriad of spaces where our adults, teens and children make themselves at home. Our teen lounge, playground, and Weitzman Media Center are places for lifelong learners to be themselves, to learn and to study, and to simply be at home in the company of our community.
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