Next Generation

Temple Sholom offers regular programming for individuals in their 20’s and 30’s. The needs of members who comprise the “twenty-something, thirty-something” generation are often unique. Some individuals are looking to meet with peers and build a sense of community. Others are excited by social action projects which enable them to make a difference in the world. For those who have fond memories of camp, youth group and Hillel, the Next Generation offers an opportunity to reconnect.

Whether you’re new to town or an established local, single or not, this group can provide you with a way to nourish your Jewish roots. Programs are varied and include Shabbat meals, hockey games, volunteer projects, and casual evenings on the town, among other things. Meetings are always warm and welcoming.

If you are interested in getting involved, please contact Rabbi Carey Brown.
On Facebook, you can find us at: Temple Sholom Next Generation.

• New Lilith Salon for Women in their 30s & 40s
Facilitated by Rabbi Carey Brown.

Find meaningful connections with a community of fantastic women at Temple Sholom.
What is Lilith?
Lilith is Jewish Women’s magazine that has been sparking conversation since 1976. Lilith magazine “charts Jewish women’s lives with exuberance, rigor, affection, subversion and style.”
What is a Salon?
In 18th century Berlin, Jewish women hosted intellectual gatherings in their homes to discuss the topics of the day, such as philosophy, literature, and the arts. Lilith and Women of Reform Judaism (WRJ) have reclaimed the salonand an intellectually engaging way for Jewish women to connect today.
How often does it meet?
Four times each year.
What do I have to prepare?
A few weeks before we gather, an email will be sent with the 1 or 2 articles we will be focusing upon at the Salon. There are many articles in each volume of Lilith, but for the sake of our Salon, we will focus upon just a few pages. You will want to have read the articles before the Salon. [Kind of like a book club, but not as many pages!]
How much does it cost?
The first gathering will be free – join us and see what it is all about! After that, participants will be asked to purchase a subscription to Lilith Magazine, at a cost of about $22.

Please contact Rabbi Brown for more details: 604-266-7190 or