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Last Updated on 11 January 2015

Adult Education

Referring to the Torah (all of Jewish learning) and meaning “Tree of Life,” Eitz Chaim is the name of our Life-Long Learning Program here at Temple Shalom. From the children in our schools to our adults, each member of Temple Shalom can create his or her own leaf on one of the many branches of learning we offer. Like a tree, our learning opportunities will grow along with the number of members choosing to participate in “Talmud Torah,” the study of Jewish tradition and practice.

We are committed to teaching Judaism as a thriving religion, at once relevant to our modern lives and enlightened by our ancient texts. As a blueprint for life, Reform Judaism comes alive in our classrooms and in our halls. Study the Torah in English, watch and discuss a film, or hear the views of a prominent Jewish mind. It is our hope that ongoing learning by our adult members will not only foster Jewish literacy, but also nurture a lifelong commitment to the Jewish community.

Calendar

No ELC

Starts: May 22, 2015, 12:00 am

Torah Study

Starts: May 23, 2015, 9:15 am

Shabbat Morning Service

Starts: May 23, 2015, 10:30 am

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A great time today at the TS Membership Picnic: BBQ, water balloons, a fantastic magician, and more! Thank you to the Membership Committee!

Tonight! Join us for benefit concert "A Lot of Night Music" by Oasis Players at 8pm. Donation at door: Proceeds to help area food pantries.

Plan now to join Temple Shalom in Israel, February 13-22, 2016! For more info: http://t.co/DNeTOAFp6M. Let Rabbi know if you're interested.