Our Vision

Temple Shalom was founded in 1971 in Colorado Springs, Colorado and today is a vibrant congregation which is proudly affiliated with both the Reform and Conservative Jewish movements.

Our mission is to promote a spiritually centered community that inspires Jewish values, life and learning. During most weeks, Friday evening worship services are conducted in the Reform tradition and Saturday morning worship is conducted in the Conservative tradition. Temple Shalom is a diverse congregation which includes inter-faith couples and Jews with alternative lifestyles. If you are not currently a member of Temple Shalom, we invite you to attend a worship service or event as our guest or just stop by our Temple Office and pick-up a membership packet.  Shalom !

No Place on Earth
An incredible true story of stength and survival

Saturday April 26, 2014 @ 7pm
Doors open for seating at 6:30pm
Sereening and discussion $5 per person 

Synopsis: October 1942—Esther Stermer along with some family members and a group of other families, seek asylum underground to evade being caught by pursuing Nazis. They remain hidden below for nearly a year and a half—the longest recorded uninterrupted underground survival occurrence. The survivors share their story of strength and perseverance. The film is 85 minutes and discussion will follow.

Admission of $5 is collected at the door for this film event and discussion. A nosh of popcorn/soda for $1 each will be available. No outside food is permitted.

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