Our Vision

Temple Shalom was founded in 1971 in Colorado Springs, Colorado and today is a vibrant congregation which conducts itself according to the principles of both the Reform and Conservative Jewish movements.

Our mission is to promote a spiritually centered community that inspires Jewish values, life and learning. During most weeks, Friday evening worship services are conducted in the Reform tradition and Saturday morning worship is conducted in the Conservative tradition. Temple Shalom is a diverse congregation which includes inter-faith couples and Jews with alternative lifestyles. If you are not currently a member of Temple Shalom, we invite you to attend a worship service or event as our guest or just stop by our Temple Office and pick-up a membership packet.  Shalom !

Schedule for 2014/5775 

Rosh Hashanah

  • Erev Rosh Hashanah - Wednesday, September 24th - 7:00PM
    (Gates of Awe)
  • 1st Day - Thursday, September 25th (RA Machzor)
    • Morning Service - 9:00AM
    • Junior Congregation - 10:00AM-Noon
    • Tashlich (Sondermann Park) - 4:00PM
  • 2nd Day - Friday, September 26th (RA Machzor)
    • Rosh Hashanah Services 9:00AM
    • Shabbat at Home 
  • Community Cemetery Services - Sunday, September 28th - 2:00PM
    • Sons of Israel Cemetery

Yom Kippur

  • Erev Yom Kippur (Kol Nidre) Services - Friday, October 3rd - 6:30PM (Gates of Awe)
  • Yom Kippur Day - Saturday, October 4th (RA Machzor)
    • Yom Kippur Morning & Yizkor - 9:30AM
    • Junior Congregation - 10:00AM-noon
    • Q&A with Rabbi Glazer - 3:30PM
    • Yom Kippur Afternoon Services (Mincha) - 4:45PM
    • Yom Kippur Neilah - 6:15PM
    • Children's Light Parade & Havdallah - 7:15PM
    • Final Shofar followed by Break the Fast - 7:15PM 

*Times are approximate other than the daily start time

Selichot Movie & Discussion
Saturday, September 20, 6:30pm

Can People Change? Explore this concept with Rabbi Glazer with a starter from the television series “House” and words of wisdom from Dr. House. Selichot Services follow. Bring a dairy/parve dessert to share.  

Break the Fast

Please join us for a potluck Break the Fast at Temple Shalom on Saturday, Oct. 4th immediately following the last service (about 7:30pm). If you would like to attend, please bring a Dairy/Parve dish to share. Please RSVP by emailing the following information: 

  • Name 
  • # of people attending
  • Food item you will be bringing:
  • TO: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  

Men’s Club

If you could build your dream sukkah—what would you design?
Join us Sunday, October 12 to explore thinking outside the box when it comes to Sukkot and Judaism. 

  • 9:00am: Men’s Club will Daven in the Sanctuary
  • 9:15am: Breakfast in the Sukkah sponsored by the PTO
  • Men’s Club Program and Discussion with Rabbi Glazer will follow “Sukkah City” at 10:00am. 

“Sukkah City” When best-selling author Joshua Foer began to build his first sukkah, he discovered that the Bible; leaves plenty of room for variation andinterpretation. Thus was born the designcompetition known as “Sukkah City”.

Kol Nidre Appeal

Please support the Temple's 2014 / 5775 Kol Nidre appeal by giving what you can.

High Holidays

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High Holy Days 2014 / 5775

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