As a Beit Tefillah – a House of Prayer – Temple Ahavat Shalom provides a place of spiritual nourishment and renewal for all in an often chaotic world. Through our worship experiences we aim to touch the heart, engage the mind, and uplift the spirit.

We are rock stars and poets, drummers and dreamers, foodies and scholars. We dance, sing, embrace, and every now and then, barbeque. Our Worship experiences may be traditional, experiential, reflective, or eclectic. We dig down into Torah and flirt with the unconventional. But in the end, our services reinvigorate our minds and comfort our souls.

Friday Evening

Every Friday evening we swing open our doors and our community comes home for Shabbat services. We welcome any age, any background, any level of observance, as all are embraced. At our Oneg Shabbat, following services, we get a chance to schmooze with old and new friends as we come together to relish in a few carbs and toast to Shabbat.

Saturday Morning Minyan

3rd Saturday of the Month

An informal and interactive service led by a temple member centered on the week’s Parashat (Torah portion).  Newbies and those not so newbie to Judaic studies throw their kippah into the lively discussion.

Bim Bam Bimah

2nd Saturday of the Month
For families and kids age 0-5, our Bim Bam Bimah fuses song, basic prayers, and an interactive story or activity. Oh, and of course, food. For more deets, check our monthly calendar for service days and times.

High Holy Days

The High Holy Days mark a time of new beginnings, fresh starts, and clean slates. We all approach this season with different goals. Some of us seek enhanced relationships with our family, others work on shifting priorities, perhaps one goal is showing more compassion to our community and the world around us, and maybe we just like to sit back and listen to the music that makes these holy days unique and transformative. Join with us as we use this gift of time to collectively reflect on who we are and who we hope to be in the coming year.

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Erev Rosh Hashanah

Friday, September 18, 2020
Main Service 7:00PM Zoom
Family Service 5:00PM Zoom

Rosh Hashanah Day

Saturday, September 19, 2020

Main Service 10:00AM Zoom
Youth Program (K-6th) 11:00AM Zoom
Bim Bam Service 3:00PM Zoom

Shabbat Shuvah

Friday, September 25, 2020 – 6:30PM
The Shabbat of Return offers the opportunity to celebrate Shabbat while continuing along the path of reflection and repentance that we travel during the Ten Days of Repentance.


Saturday, September 19, 2020

Tashlich/Tot 4:30PM Location TBD
Tashlich/Young Family/Religious School 5:00PM Location TBD

Tashlich/Adult 5:30PM Location TBD

Kol Nidre

Sunday, September 27, 2020

Social Action Food & Clothing Drive 2:00-4:00PM Drive-thru/Drop Off

Young Family Service 5:00PM Zoom

Kol Nidre Service 7:00PM Zoom

Yom Kippur

Monday, September 28, 2020

Yom Kippur Service 10:00AM Zoom

Youth Program (K-6th) 11:00AM Zoom

Yom Kippur - Afternoon

Monday, September 28, 2020

Learning Session #1/TBD 1:15PM Zoom

Learning Session #2/Steve Windmueller 2:15PM Zoom

Bim Bam Yom Kippur 3:00PM Zoom

Sukkot Celebration

Friday, October 2, 2020

6:00PM Sukkot Celebration

Shabbat of Sukkot

Friday, September 28, 2018

7:30PM Erev Shabbat Sukkot Service

Simchat Torah Celebration

Friday, October 9, 2020

Join us as we renew our cycle of Torah learning.
6:30PM Service


Monday, September 28, 2020

5:30PM Yizkor Service, Zoom

Upcoming Events

High Holy Days

The High Holy Days mark a time of new beginnings, fresh starts, and clean slates.

Shivah Minyan

We hope you find these resources useful in helping to plan and lead a Shiva Minyan.

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