Here at Temple Sholom, worship, education, community building, and personal spiritual growth are interconnected. We believe that everyone (of every age) is born with a spiritual curriculum; lessons that we each must learn throughout our lifetimes. Our congregation specializes in cultivating the personal path of spiritual development from birth to old age.
We encourage you to make an appointment with our Rabbi, our Executive Director and/or our Director of Engagement to discuss you personal spiritual goals and how we can help you on your unique path.
Fall 2018 ADULT EDUCATION
Join Rabbi Terlinchamp for this exciting entry level course on the history, culture, and faith of Judaism
JUDAISM 101: What do Jew Know?
Bring all of your questions and experiences!
Perfect for seekers, partners, Jews by birth, and those exploring conversion.
Free for Temple Sholom Chaverim
All others $15/session (total $195)
All participants must also purchase a $25 textbook. Textbooks will be available for purchase at Temple Sholom.
Sundays 10:00 to 11:00 am.
October 7, 14, November 4, 11, December 2, 9, January 20, 27, February 10, 24, March 3, 24 and April 7
Please do not let cost stand in the way of participating. If you need financial assistance please send an email to LWright@TempleSholom.net, or give us a call at 513.791.1330.
REGISTER by clicking HERE
Join Rabbi Walter this fall for an interesting look at the Book of First Kings
Of Prophets and Kings: Reading First Kings with Rabbi Walter
Six Sessions: Chaverim $5/session All others $10/session
Tuesdays at 11:00 am October 9, 16, 30, November 6, 13, 20
REGISTER by clicking HERE
This Lecture series is supported in part by a generous donation from the Rae and Robert Levin Lectureship Fund
Tai Chi for Health Improvement
Temple Sholom’s, Margaret Eckman, a certified Tai Chi instructor, will be offering a Tai Chi for Health Improvement class at Temple Sholom!
Tuesdays at 10:00 am August 21, 28, September 4, 25, October 2, 9
Download the enrollment form by clicking HERE
“Tai Chi for Health Improvement” will introduce participants to the gentle movements of Tai Chi, which are relaxed and slow in tempo. Though low-impact, it is an effective exercise program that can improve muscular strength, balance, flexibility, and fitness while promoting relaxation. It is suitable for almost anyone, including those with arthritis.
Fall Prevention will be part of the curriculum.
Suggested $30 donation for Temple Sholom chaverim, and $45 for all others
Enrollment is limited to 11 participants, so sign up soon!
For questions call Peggy Eckman 469-0593.
Please return your payment and completed Enrollment Form to:
10828 Kenwood Road
Cincinnati, OH 45242-2812
Ongoing Adult Education
Rosh Chodesh Book Club
With the Women of Temple Sholom
Join together in great conversation and friendship to discuss the monthly read- new books will be announced periodically.
Contact Ruth Schneider at email@example.com for details