Temple Sholom of Ontario

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Temple Sholom of Ontario
P O Box 1487
Ontario CA 91762

Temple Sholom holds weekly services; Friday nights at 8 PM and Saturday mornings at 10 AM. Once a month we have a Family Service with a dinner at 6 PM followed by services at 7 PM.

Please note the temporary changes for our services below.

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Friday night services at 7:30 PM on Zoom.  

Saturday services at 10:00 AM on Zoom. 

Email’s were sent with the information or you may call the office.

Members may call the office and come by the synagogue during normal hours to check
out the Siddur for both Friday night and Saturday if they wish.

Or for those that want to download them: 

Friday night Siddur Hadash pages on Adobe: 
https://documentcloud.adobe.com/link/track?uri=urn:aaid:scds:US:f8cc4ba1-238c-4936-965d-905670df2dfc

Saturday Siddur Hadash pages on Adobe:                                                                                                               https://documentcloud.adobe.com/link/track?uri=urn:aaid:scds:US:686672e8-37a1-4caf-9cbe-94a88071c969

 

 

From Rabbi David and Vanessa Mattis!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

For more information call the office at (909) 983-9661 or email us at: secretary@templesholomofontario.org

Please note the new mailing address for Temple Sholom.
All mail is to be sent to the PO Box and no longer to the street address.

Temple Sholom of Ontario
P O Box 1487
Ontario CA 91762

About Us

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Temple SholomTemple Sholom of Ontario is a conservative synagogue, serving the religious, educational, and social needs of Jewish men, women and families, of all ages. Our membership is quite diverse, encompassing adults of many generations, both single and married couples and families, active in many businesses and professions. We are an egalitarian congregation, where men and women equally participate, in all aspects of synagogue life, including services. We have been in our present building since 1960. Recently, we completed a major renovation, making our building handicapped accessible and structurally sound for future generations.

We welcome you to attend our religious services and to participate in our activities. We are known for our warmth and hospitality and we encourage our congregants to grow spiritually and socially, in a traditional, yet modern environment.