Temple Ahavat Shalom is an inclusive Reform Jewish Community filled with warmth, joy and purpose. Our Temple is a second home for our members, a place where people of all ages can relate comfortably with one another in an atmosphere of sensitivity and caring.
At Temple Ahavat Shalom we are dedicated to ensuring the continuity of Judaism as a force for good in the world and to enhancing our spiritual lives through religious services, cultural celebrations, and social activities. We educate our children and adults both in the classroom and through activities in the greater Jewish and general communities.
Temple Ahavat Shalom serves the Jewish communities in Dunedin, Clearwater, Palm Harbor, Belleair, Tarpon Springs, Holiday, New Port Richey, Port Richey, Hudson, West Tampa, Lutz, and Odessa.
We warmly welcome all who wish to participate in Jewish worship, study, and fellowship.
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Our friends from the United Church of Christ and the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) offered their sympathy this week for those affected by Sunday’s deadly shootings at two Jewish communities in a suburb of Kansas City, KS. As you surely know, three people were killed by gunfire, including a grandfather and his 14-year-old grandson. […]
URJ Books and Music is proud to release the ultimate anthology of the musical works of Debbie Friedman, z”l (1951 – 2011). Regarded as one of the most influential Jewish singer-songwriters in history, Debbie is known for her timeless Jewish folk music, filled with peaceful and universal messages, which have been adopted by Jewish congregations […]
By Sophie Foxman The concept of tikkun olam (repairing the world) was introduced into Judaism in the early rabbinic period. It was introduced to me — and has shaped my life in astonishing ways since then — when I entered NFTY. Growing up, I idealistically believed I could do anything and help everyone, a concept […]
Tonight at our Seder tables teeming with life, we pause with heavy hearts as we grieve with the families of those killed yesterday in the shootings that took place in a Jewish Community Center and a nearby Jewish senior living community in Overland Park, Kansas. The shooter, a former Ku Klux Klan leader filled with […]
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