Seen at Temple Shalom

  1. Norm Cummings & Dr. Gary Weinstein Adult Ed Feb 1 2016
  2. Norm Cummings Gary Weinstein
  3. Mens' Club Cheers for UofL Womens Basketball
  4. Mensclubatgame3
  5. Up 32-28 at half
  6. MiriamAmyGabrielRonShir
  7. Shir Family showing their Cardinal spirit
  8. Mensclubatgame1
  9. Rest of the gang:  Front row from left The Sillettos, Renick-Kornstein family, the Rosenthals.  
  10. Back Row Ken Berzof, the Epsteins with grand daughter, The Goldwins (Ellen hidden), the Passos.  
  11. Photos by Judy Berzof.

Updates from Temple Shalom





Highlights: February Kol Shalom on line


Friday Kabbalat Shabbat services will be held Friday at 6:15 pm. Jeremy Klotz, the Director of Goldman Union Camp Institute (GUCI), will address the Congregation during services on Friday. He will be available after services to answer any questions you may have about GUCI. Shabbat services on Saturday morning begin at 10:30 am
Temple Shalom will have a special congregational meeting on Sunday, February 14, at 1:00 pm to approve our new Rabbi. There will be a brief informational update followed by a vote. Please plan on attending this very important meeting. A letter was sent to all congregants this week announcing Rabbi Beth Jacowitz Chottiner as our new Rabbi subject to congregational approval. This is an exciting time at Temple Shalom.
Join us for the next "Unwrapping the Shabbat" with Rabbi Miles on Friday, March 11, following regular Shabbat services.
This program is geared for adults and takes place at a dinner and concurrent lesson. Please RSVP to Sofyia by calling 502-458-4739 or email Babysitting will be available if needed. Please notify Sofyia when you RSVP. Please remember: RSVP's are required one week prior to event for planning purposes (by March 4th).
There will be a check-in for those that made a reservation. If you did not RSVP, please join us for the other "Unwrapping the Shabbat" scheduled on April 1. "If your name is on the sheet, please join us to eat."

We are very excited to offer this unique learning opportunity to eligible members thanks to a grant by the Jewish Heritage Fund For Excellence.
Temple Shalom Men's Club presents Aaron Silletto, Attorney for a discussion of the 2nd Amendment, the Right to Bear Arms on Sunday, February 14th at 10:00 am. Join us for a tasty brunch in the Temple Shalom Auditorium to hear Aaron Silletto from Goldberg Simpson, LLC, speaking on what the words of the 2nd Amendment mean and how the courts have interpreted them. Brunch is $5.00. RSVP by calling the Temple Shalom office by February 11th
WOTS is hosting a very special evening at Cooking at the Cottage. A local professional chef will teach how to make a gourmet vegetarian dinner. The three hour event will include 4 hands on cooking experiences, wine, and friendship. The menu includes Red Lentil Soup with Greens and Tomatoes; Mediterranean Quinoa with Black Olives, Feta, and Roasted Red Peppers; Roasted Vegetable Pot Pie with Herbs; and Chocolate Bread Pudding with Whiskey Sauce. The event is 6:15 pm Monday, February 22 at the Cooking at the Cottage store in The Vogue shopping center. Transportation can be provided. Tickets are $55 each; space is limited so reserve your spot soon. Remember your check made out to WOTS and sent to the Temple Shalom office is your reservation. All reservations must be received by February 19.
Temple Shalom Yoga Tuesdays:    
Come and get active with WOTS! Yoga will be hosted by WOTS at Temple Shalom the first and third Tuesday of every month. Classes will begin at 7:15 and will be 75 minutes long. Admission is $5 per person, to be collected at the door.  The class is open to women and girls over the age of 10. Chair Yoga modifications will be offered by instructor Lisa Flannery from Yoga Loft