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Welcome to Temple Shalom!

We are a warm, welcoming, diverse and dynamic congregation that emphasizes worship, singing, learning, service and community. At Temple Shalom, you can enhance your spirituality through worship services; enjoy Jewish learning opportunities for all ages and stages of life; partake in meaningful social action programs and celebrate Jewish holidays and life cycle events with friends and family. We hope that you will join us as a member and we look forward to becoming your Jewish spiritual home.

We have introduced a pledge based financial model, in lieu of dues, where members pledge what they can to support our sacred community. Learn more. 

Write, call, or just stop by. We want to get to know you. You are always welcome to join us for a Shabbat or holiday service. Please contact Ana Maria Tamargo, Membership Engagement Coordinator, at 239-455-3030 if you would like to pay us a visit, meet our clergy or tour our building. Temple Shalom One Family Brochure

Services and events held in the Sanctuary are live streamed.

 

Friday night, May 17

service at 7:00pm

Our Friday evening service is followed by a delicious oneg Shabbat.
 

Saturday morning service

at 10:00am

Our Saturday morning Shabbat service is followed by a Kiddush luncheon.

Click here for live streaming

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MISSION STATEMENT

Temple Shalom of Naples is an inclusive Reform Jewish congregation where all individuals are equal partners in making our world whole and holy. We are One Family, believing in the sacredness of relationships, fostering connections – one to another, Temple, Israel, Torah and God. We are living Jewish values and nurturing future generations.

 

Thank you to our partner

 

 

Another Successful Mitzvah Day!

Many thanks to George Rubin for the video!

Is Adult Hebrew School for You?

Have you always wanted to learn the letter and vowels of the Hebrew alphabet? Do you wish you could read many of teh essential Hebrew blessings and prayers?
Please contact Jane Perman janeperman@icloud.com to let her know you would be interested in joining a beginning Hebrew Class for Adults at Temple Shalom. Jane will contact you concerning scheduling such a class.
 
 
 

Shabbat of Solidarity: Standing With the People of Pittsburgh

On Friday night, November 2nd at 7:30pm, Temple Shalom hosted  “Shabbat of Solidarity: Standing with the People of Pittsburgh” in collaboration with the Jewish Federation of Greater Naples, and other local synagogues. Many of our interfaith partner organizations  joined us for this emotional service that was attended by over 1500 people. If you missed this event you can view our archived live stream video here. The event was also covered by several media outlets including WGCU and The Naples Daily News.

 

BASEBALL NIGHT! TICKETS ARE ONLY $8.50 A PERSON!

To RSVP contact Phil Freeman pihlster@aol.com

Israel Book and Discussion Club

The Adult Education Committee is pleased to offer an Israel Book and Discussion Club. Open to all Temple Shalom members, the Club will meet montly in the Perman Library to discuss a selected fiction or nonfiction book about Israel, and to relate what we learn from it to more current events regarding Israel.
 
If you have any questions, please contact Michael Rubner at exfgomsu@aol.com.
 
 
Mon, May 20 2019 15 Iyar 5779