About Ohef Sholom Temple Established in 1844, Ohef Sholom Temple is a vibrant and engaging Reform congregation. We pride ourselves on being a warm and welcoming community that honors and values Jewish traditions and celebrates our inclusiveness, as we live by the words engraved over our sanctuary’s doors, “My House Shall Be Called a House of Prayer for All Peoples.” We hold weekly Shabbat evening and morning services, encourage the study of Torah, work for social justice, nurture our congregants, and participate actively in both the wider Jewish and secular communities. Our beloved clergy, Rabbi Rosalin Mandelberg and Cantor Jennifer Rueben, and our Music Director, Charles Woodward, are recognized leaders in the local Jewish, interfaith and musical communities. Our Religious School is the largest in the area, and our many committees offer opportunities for congregants to learn, explore, care for those in need and socialize. We often refer to our Ohef Sholom Temple Family. Located in Norfolk, Virginia, in a metro area of more than 1.75 million people, we have 700+ member households and are affiliated with the Union for Reform Judaism. Ohef Sholom's annual budget exceeds $1.5 million.
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