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Mission Statement
Temple Shalom is an embracing, supportive, vibrant community which is committed to observing Conservative Judaism in a contemporary and progressive tradition and which is devoted to the continuation of Jewish values, education and culture. Temple Shalom honors the diversity of its members and is dedicated to their spiritual, intellectual, and religious growth.

To Dr. Martha Ullman, President and The Congregation of Temple Shalom

Dear Dr. Ullman and Temple Family:

After a great deal of serious thought, reflection and introspection, I have decided to retire as Rabbi of Temple Shalom after 41 years of dedicated service, effective July 31, 2016.

I value and cherish the wonderful memories and relationships I have made since coming to the Temple in 1974. Serving the Temple and its members has been a major part of my life as well as that of my family.

It has been an honor and a pleasure to have served as your Rabbi, Spiritual Leader and Teacher.

To dispel any rumors, I have a medical condition that requires treatment that I am presently undergoing. I am healing nicely. My health has had no bearing on my decision to retire.

I am sure that our paths will continue to cross. Until then, blessings and best of success upon you and the future of Temple Shalom.

Respectfully, Rabbi Marc S. Jagolinzer


 July 1, 2016 - July 1, 2017  Officers and Trustees

PresidentMartha Ullman
Vice PresidentsLisa Kotlen and
David Fastovsky (as Ron Newman resigned)
TreasurerDavid Nathanson (as Andrea Marcovici resigned)
Corresponding Secretary: TBD (as Mickie MacNeill resigned
Financial Secretary: Ruth Ziegler
Recording Secretary: Emily Anthony (as Cathy Newman resigned
Board of TrusteesBob Helmbrecht,
Marsha Jagolinzer, Jeffrey Martin,
Scott Weininger, 5th Trustee TBD