Founded in 1958, we were and remain the only self-sustaining Jewish presence in Greater New
Milford dedicated to fostering and enriching Jewish living throughout our locale. However,
more importantly than our founding date, we have built and sustain a house founded on the spirit
of volunteerism, joy, and humility.
We rejoice that some of our founding members have not only welcomed and encouraged "new
blood" among our leadership, but that also remain a constant source of inspiration and
Though relatively small in numbers, a definite advantage to community-building, we have
always shared Theodore Herzl's vision: "If you will it, then it is no dream."
We invite you to reach beyond our website and to contact any one of our leaders for a personal
conversation about your interests and our opportunities via our Temple Administrator, Tamara
Potter. Moreover, we invite you to share our values of empathy, wisdom, integrity, and
We have committed ourselves to --
- Engage the talents, skills, and enthusiasm of those who embrace our purpose.
- Promote knowledge of the Jewish literary and historical treasure trove and its relevance
to contemporary life.
- Develop and husband financial resources proactively, thoughtfully, and transparently.
- Collaborate with community activists to promote the welfare of Jewish and non-Jewish
neighbors near and far.
David Schaffer, President
Ari Rosenberg, Rabbi
Visit Temple Sholom on
- Service and dinner to welcome Rabbi Rosenberg
July 3, 6:30pm
- Service and installation of new leadership
July 10, 6:30pm
- Service and oneg to welcome Rabbi Rosenberg
July 11, 10:30am
- Picnic & swim party,
Lynn Deming Park
July 19, 4pm
- Havdalah and star gazing,
New Milford High School Observatory
August 15, 9:30pm