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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On July 27th, a group Reform Rabbis from throughout North America representing the Central Conference of American Rabbis (CCAR) plan to begin a mission to Israel in an expression of solidarity and support. Says Rabbi Richard Block, senior rabbi of the Temple-Tifereth Israel in Beachwood, Ohio, who is president of the CCAR and a leader […]
If you watched the Academy Awards this year, the film title Facing Fear may sound familiar. If you were in JFTY in the late 1980’s, the film’s producer/director’s name – Jason Cohen – may sound familiar. Either way we caught up with Jason (JFTY ’90) to chat about his work as a filmmaker, his exciting […]
The High Holidays are a special time in the Jewish calendar, a time when many unaffiliated Jews (those who are not members of a congregation) may feel the need to connect to the broader Jewish community. Even if they don’t attend synagogue throughout the year, the High Holidays may inspire these individuals and their families […]
By Hope Chernak, RJE The early 2000s provided many opportunities for teen voices and NFTY,the Reform Jewish Youth Movement initiatives to be implemented in the Reform movement. I joined the NFTY staff in 1999 and witnessed incredible moments during my eight years with NFTY’s teen leadership The first time I saw firsthand how our teens […]
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