In our infinite variety, we are one community.

We are proud of the ways in which we engage heart and mind: through spirited musical services, inspiring learning opportunities, and social justice initiatives. We are proud of the ways in which we nurture the spiritual and intellectual growth of our children – from the preschoolers in the Trust Center for Early Education to our Ansin Religious School students. But above all we are proud of our community. We have many unique opportunities to come together informally, to deepen relationships in meaningful ways. We share a culture of volunteerism that enables us to be there for each other in times of distress and in times of joy.

Being a member at TOS is special. It’s about belonging. It’s about home. It’s about community in the good times and in the hard times. Being a member at Temple Ohabei Shalom means that you will always have a place to go and feel like you are welcome, you are known, and you are loved – for exactly who you are.