Give yourself the most precious gift of all: A moment in time to find peace, a refuge from all the demands in your life, a sacred time in a holy place to let go of all the noise and to let in the light of Shabbat.

Shabbat is the most sacred of Jewish observances and it is the centerpiece of Worship at Temple Shalom.  As we welcome Shabbat and open our hearts to the beauty of its blessings, prayers and sacred music, we joyfully affirm our place within the greater Jewish community and our own congregation.

Holy Days and Festivals offer yet another opportunity to come together as a community to celebrate, reflect on and find renewal in our Jewish traditions. 

Friday, Erev Shabbat Services: 7:45 pm (Except the 1st Friday night of the month)

Saturday, Shabbat Services: 10:30 am (Except for July and August at 9:15 am)

Kabbalat Shabbat Services: 1st Friday night of the month – 6:30 pm followed by Shabbat dinner as a community (Reservations required via