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Children having fun in the Temple Shalom Preschool

 Founded in 1962, Temple Shalom provides a meeting place, a sacred space for worship, and an educational and social resource for Jews of all ages. Our congregants represent the great diversity of the Jewish population, and find a sense of identity, attachment, and family through Temple membership.


 

 


Relational Judaism, implemented as One Family at Temple Shalom, Four members volunteering with Meals of Hope in the Multipurpose Room with mitzvah day hats on.is at the heart of all we do. At Temple Shalom, we have nurtured a culture based on relationships between members, Temple, Torah and God. From the first time we welcome you to Temple Shalom, through the years of being part of our Temple family, we want you to feel that belonging is about so much more than a financial commitment. Our community is engaged and committed to building a religious home in which the connection between Temple and congregant is centered on your needs and what is important to you. Each of us is on our own, unique Jewish journey, but can go so much further when we support each other along the way. 
 

There are many groups and activities to help you meet and engage with your One Family. Sign up to participate in any of the following areas:

Sisterhood

Temple Shalom Sisterhood is an affiliate of Women of Reform Judaism/Federation of Temple Sisterhoods. Visit the Sisterhood page to find the membership form and information about all their activities.
 

Men's Club

Men's Club of Temple Shalom brings men in the congregation together socially, supports the Religious School and the Pre-School, helps make people feel welcome within the Congregation, and supports the larger community. Visit the Men's Club page to find the membership form and information about all their activities.

Tikkun Olam volunteers

At Temple Shalom, the efforts of tikkun olam are spearheaded by the Tikkun Olam Volunteers (TOV). You are welcome to join the TOV. We meet monthly, in addition to the many social action and social justice programs we sponsor throughout the year. Find the list of TOV projects or learn about Mitzvah Day.

Committees

Click here to learn more about the One Family Committees and programs where you can contribute here at Temple Shalom.
 

NOSH Dining Out

Nosh is Temple Shalom's monthly Dining Out event and a great way to meet your fellow members. Find information and sign up forms for upcoming events here.
 

Kadima Outdoor Adventures

Kadima (Let's Go!) is the Outdoor Adventure Group at Temple Shalom. We have monthly outings where our One Family can spend time together in the natural world of Southwest Florida. Find information and sign up forms for upcoming events here.

Shalom Chef

Shalom Chef is a series of seasonal cooking classes held in the kitchen of Temple Shalom. Learn new recipes and help make goodies for upcoming Onegs! 

 

Wed, April 17 2024 9 Nisan 5784