Nearly 70% of our community describe themselves as interfaith families. Yep! 70% of our community has an immediate family member who is not part of the Jewish faith. From our rabbi, to our staff, and throughout our affiliated community, most of us are part of families that connect to God through a variety of faiths. At Temple Sholom, through our Reform Jewish Spiritual lens we believe that “interfaith” means diversity, inclusion, acceptance, heightened learning, openness, and multiple ways of expressing spiritual connections.