Welcome to Temple Shalom!

For over fifty years, Temple Shalom, a Reform Jewish congregation affiliated with the Union for Reform Judaism, has represented the great diversity of the Jewish population, enjoying a sense of identity, attachment and family through temple membership. It is a place where women and men are equal partners in making our world whole and holy, and where all members are part of one family as we work together to support one another, live Jewish values, and build the next generation.




Dear Friends,

We have been heartened by the many ways in which members of our community have drawn strength, shared their blessings, and provided comfort in the wake of Hurricane Irma. As the New Year begins, we want to make this sacred time of year meaningful to all.

With that in mind, we invite anyone who has been impacted by Hurricane Irma to join us at Temple Shalom. Those who do not have tickets, or may have misplaced them in recent weeks, need only bring a form of photo ID. We also recognize that many are in the early stages of recovery, and have suffered significant material losses. We are easing our community’s expectations for worship attire, and welcome you to dress as you desire.

Grateful for the start of another year, we understand that many areas of our community were devastated by the hurricane. We will be collecting canned goods and non-perishable food on Rosh Hashanah, in addition to our annual Harry Chapin Drive. In lieu of tashlich, we will gather Thursday at 3:30pm at Temple, and from there bring these items to the Guadalupe Center in Immokalee. Our traditional tashlich ritual at the park will not take place this year.

Please know that our communication is limited at this time. The Temple building remains without phones, internet access, livestream capability, or access to most office email. Updates are being done remotely through an e-mail service, and are also available on the Temple website  and Facebook page. There you can find revised holiday schedules. Calls to the Temple phone are being automatically forwarded, and we will respond when possible.

We pray that the year 5778 will be a shanah tova u’mtukah, a good and sweet year. We look forward to being with you as we mark these sacred times together.

With blessings for shalom,

 Rabbi Adam Miller, Cantor Donna Azu,  Debbie Zvibleman, President


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Hurricane Irma Update

If you are concerned about a friend or loved one in the Naples area and have not heard from them, please contact Debra Antzis at 239-513-1677 to arrange for someone to check on them.

The Voice of Temple Shalom

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Temple Shalom Calendar

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On Friday, December 9th, a service of solidarity, unity and peace was held at Temple Shalom.  More than 1200 people of all faiths and backgrounds attended. Click the link below for the featured story in The Naples Daily News.

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The Florence Melton School of  Adult Jewish learning returns to Temple Shalom!

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Shabbat Service Schedule

Friday evenings at 7:30PM

Saturday mornings at 10:00AM

Torah Talk

The first Saturday of every month - year round

8:15AM for a light breakfast

8:30AM for the discussion of the week's Torah portion


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