We are an inclusive and welcoming community supporting Jewish life in the KW region. We strive to educate and inspire children, youth, and adults to participate actively in worship, Torah study, and Jewish life experience, and to put Reform Jewish religious and ethical principles into action. We seek to enrich the lives of our members, to contribute to the continuance and vitality of the Jewish people, and to help repair the world.
At the Temple Shalom Religious School you’ll find an atmosphere of warmth, excitement and love of Jewish learning for students in Kindergarten through to B’nei Mitzvah. We foster a sense of belonging and connection to Jewish tradition, practice, and community. Our B’nei Mitzvah students engage with Torah, read Hebrew, and are active participants in our Jewish community.
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Your Temple Shalom experience doesn’t end when you leave the sanctuary!
We have plenty of social, family, and outreach events for Temple members and non-members alike. Holiday events for kids and families, education and social events for adults, and monthly potlucks are just some of the activities you will find at Temple Shalom.
We are always happy to have guests! See the service and event schedules for when to attend, and we also have a contact form if you want to get in touch with us before your visit.
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On Saturday April 22 (Earth Day), the Temple held a special Service to celebrate Earth Day, following by a kiddush lunch incorporating the principles of Eco-Kashruth. Both were well attended. The Service was enhanced by readings and songs provided by members of the...
D'var: Parsha Tazria-Metzora - Earth Day: Apr 22/23 I've been asked to give a Mini-D'var today so I'll try and be brief. The first part of the D'var is called The Challenge; which is to try and relate the topic of our parsha, a white, flaky skin affliction called...