Temple Shalom is a welcoming community.  In order to be as inclusive as possible, and meet the needs of our interfaith families, we are interested in exploring ways that Temple Shalom can be here for you.

Rabbi and Judy Tiell, member of Temple Shalom and Executive Director of JFCS, are excited to meet with you and get your input regarding programs and/or support for you and your families.

Sunday, January 28 from 2 – 4:00 @ Temple Shalom

Light refreshments will be served.

Please let us know if you can join us by contacting Karren Levine at information@templeshalomky.org or by calling 458-4739,  by Friday, January 19th. If you will need babysitting for younger children, please let us know and we will do our best to make such arrangements.

Temple exterior 2014 smallThank you for taking the time to look at our web site.  Our dynamic, thriving Reform Jewish congregation supports individuals and families from diverse backgrounds on their spiritual journey.  The congregation was formed in 1976, and moved into its current  building in August 1989. We have nearly 200 families, including singles, couples, families with children, seniors, etc. The congregation has a strong family atmosphere.  As of July 1, 2016 Rabbi Beth Jacowitz Chottiner has been our spiritual leader.  Rabbi Stanley R. Miles was the congregation's first full time rabbi and was granted the title of Rabbi Emeritus, continuing to be active in the life of the congregation.  There are a number of pages under the main menu at the top that will explain in more detail the people and programs of Temple Shalom in Louisville, KY. 

The best way to get to know us is to join us for Kabbalat Shabbat or Shabbat Morning services.  At Temple Shalom, we welcome newcomers, who can quickly find the chance to participate and belong in a nurturing community with the warmth of Jewish tradition.  Times are listed under Worship.

If you would like additional information click to “Contact Us”




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