• Creating Leaves For Tu B'Shevat

  • Families Enjoyed the Pancake Breakfast!

  • 2nd Graders Learn Torah with Rabbi Marcey

  • May God Bless the Love Between You and Me!

  • Spring Concert with K4 through 2nd Grade

  • A Sacred Moment

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    by Richard Edelman

Welcome to Congregation Shalom!

 

Rabbi Noah Chertkoff is Congregation Shalom's Senior Rabbi. He is joined by Assistant Rabbi Rachel Marks, Cantor Karen Berman, Rabbi Educator Marcey Rosenbaum and Rabbi Emeritus Ron Shapiro. This extraordinary group of compassionate, understanding and deeply committed individuals are available to members for life cycle events, educational programs, counseling, support, and guidance. You will not find a more qualified and dedicated team.  


Click here to view Congregation Shalom's Year in Review.

 

Enjoy Alan Goodis in Concert at Shalom

Alan Goodis is a National touring Jewish musician playing over 150 events a year. Born and raised in Toronto, Alan is a proud product of URJ Goldman Union Camp Institute. Noted for his dedication to building relationships and community through music, Alan travels throughout North America to serve as an Artist-In-Residence and performer at Temples, Youth Conventions, and Jewish summer camps. His self-titled debut CD, produced by and performed with Dan Nichols and Mark Niemiec (Grammy Nominee) elevates Jewish music with its powerful vocals and bold melodies. Alan is a strong presence in the Reform Jewish movement and works tirelessly to engage and empower Jewish youth and adults through music.


 

Celebrate Shabbat

 

 

Cantor's 30th Anniversary Celebration

Click here for Congregation Shalom's 2017 Annual Report

 

Linda Hooper: The Power of One

Linda Hooper, Mayor of Whitwell, TN and former Principal of Whitwell Middle School, visited Congregation Shalom to speak about the Paper Clips Project. Through this project, students at Whitwell Middle School collected millions of paperclips to represent the lives of those lost during the Holocaust. The students met Holocaust survivors, received letters along with paperclips fron all over the world and ended up collecting over 3 million paperclips. The paperclips and other items collected are on display in a railway car used to transport victims to concentration camps. Our thanks to the Holocaust Education Resource Center, Kari Altman and the generous donors who made it possible to bring Linda Hooper to Milwaukee, the Kennedy Barnett Lifelong Learning Fund, Bev and Marty Greenberg, Betty Chrustowski, Sanford J. Ettinger Memorial Lecture Fund, Marilyn and Bradley Shovers, and the Werner Loewenstein Memorial Endowment. 

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