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Welcome to Temple Shalom

Celebrating 50 Years      1971-2021

                          Welcome Back to Temple Shalom!

Shabbat Services are open to those who register in advance, beginning on July 2-3, 2021.

Service Registration has opened for July Services. Your registration includes important health check information and listing of participant names in the notes field.  Temperature screening will occur upon entry. Our Security Officer will check you in from the registration list.  Be sure to arrive on time: 15 minutes prior to service start and up to 30 minutes following the start time.  

Those who have not yet been vaccinated should wear a mask and stay socially distanced at all times while on property.  Masks are recommended for all who attend until they are in the sanctuary and seated at a safe distance from others.  To participate in services on the bima, vaccination is required.  Masks are expected on the bima for those participating with others in close proximity at the Torah table.  We are very glad to WELCOME you back to Temple Shalom!

Members should sign-in to their account and visit the MEMBER NEWS section for more details about Temple Shalom operations update and reopening.

Welcome To Temple Shalom!

Temple Shalom welcomes you to participate with us in our religious services and other temple events. To join us for Services and programs, please contact the office and register as a guest or fill out this online form if you've never been to Temple Shalom before. You will be asked to provide your full name and photo identification for security purposes.

Scroll down for highlighted events at Temple Shalom.

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		                                    Blessing of the Pets		                                </span>
		                            <span class="slider_description">Each year we have an annual blessing of the pets. Adults and children bring animals: dogs, cats, chickens, fish, horses, goats, rabbits and a few other strange creatures.</span>
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		                                    PTO Baking for Purim		                                </span>
		                            <span class="slider_description">The Temple Shalom PTO bakes hamantaschen for Purim. Some are sold in the PTO Purim Carnival, some are available at Erev Shabbat Oneg and some disappeared.</span>
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		                                    Hanukkah Community Menorah Lighting		                                </span>
		                            <span class="slider_description">On the first night of Hanukkah, Temple Shalom holds a community Hanukkiah lighting. After the lighting we sing songs and all enjoy delicious desserts.</span>
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		                                    Sukkot		                                </span>
		                            <span class="slider_description">During Sukkot, we have many activities including Sushi in the Sukkah and Jews and Brews (20/30s)</span>


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Visitors and Guest information

If you are new to Temple Shalom and would like to visit, please contact the office and register as a guest or fill out this online form. You will be asked to provide your full name and photo identification for security purposes.  A visitor/guest request must be on file prior to attending--and the deadline is noon on Friday for weekend services.  

Tue, July 27 2021 18 Av 5781