Temple Sholom Greenwich CT, Jewish Synagogue Greenwich CT

300 East Putnam Avenue, Greenwich, CT 06830
203-869-7191 • Fax: 203-661-4811 • [email protected]


Challah Week

Challah Week is back! For the second year in a row, Temple Sholom will distribute individual bags of challah dough at Temple programs, and throughout the Selma Maisel Nursery School and Temple Sholom Learning Center.

This challah dough is our gift to you. Each challah bag has fun facts about challah and everything you “knead” to know about preparing it. Take it home, braid it, bake it and enjoy.

Annual Sukkot Dinner

Celebrate this fall festival holiday by enjoying a communal dinner among family and friends.

The cost for Temple members to attend is $18 per adult, $10 per child (under 12 years old) and free for under 5. The cost for non-Temple members is $25 per adult, $10 per child (under 12 year olds) and free for under 5.

RSVP to Alice Schoen at 203-542-7165 or [email protected].

Club FiveSixSeven Pizza in the Hut

Calling all 5th, 6th and 7th graders! Join Club FiveSixSeven for a fun pizza dinner in the Temple Sholom sukkah. Bring your friends and come make new ones with Rabbi Chaya and our new Rabbinic Intern, Kevin Peters. There is no fee to attend, but pre-registration is required to ensure we have enough pizza.

RSVP to Rabbi Chaya at [email protected].

Note: With permission only, children who attend TSLC can go directly from religious school to the program.

Family Fall Outing

(off-site at Harvest Moon Farm & Orchard, North Salem, NY)
Rabbi Chaya invites you to join her for a special family outing at the Harvest Moon Farm and Orchard for their annual Fall Festival. There will be apple picking, a pumpkin patch, hay rides, bounce house and more. We can caravan from Temple Sholom (we will depart at 11:40 am), or you can meet us at the entrance to Harvest Moon at 12:30 pm. The cost to enter the festival is $5.00 per person. There are also
a number of lunch options on site.

Sisterhood Fall Fling

Join Sisterhood for a demonstration of Ikebana, the Japanese art of flower arranging, by expert Judith Hata. All women of Temple Sholom are invited to attend this special evening at the synagogue. Catch up with friends, meet new people, sip some wine, enjoy hors d'oeuvres and welcome the New Year together.

While there is no cost to attend this program, RSVP is required to [email protected] or call Audrey Kahn at 203-661-2055.


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