Yom Sheini, 13 Heshvan 5779






“My House Shall be Called a House of Prayer For All Peoples”


To provide a spiritual,

cultural and educational environment inspired by the highest Reform Jewish values.

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YAC - Young Adult Community

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A Word from YAC

A Temple can be the foundation of community life for its members. But the relationship between individuals and their synagogue evolves over time, based in part on where they are in their lives. As part of our goal to have every member of OST find a "home" in our congregation, this fall we're continuing the Young Adult Community (YAC) Program for OST members.

The mission of YAC is to create an open, welcoming and FUN atmosphere for young adults between the ages of 25ish and 45ish at Ohef Sholom Temple. We are committed to creating a variety of social opportunities for us all- and that means whether you are single, married, with kids, or not. Our goal is to build a community of people that we can get to know and grow with throughout our time as members of Ohef Sholom Temple.

Invitations have been mailed, if you did not receive one or know of someone that didn't but might be interested, please contact the temple office or youngadults@ohefsholom.org. If you have any questions about the programs or would like more information on joining, please email Alyssa Muhlendorf at youngadults@ohefsholom.org.


Alyssa and Jonathan Muhlendorf (co-chairs)
Amy and Mark Metzger (co-chairs)
Danielle and David Benjamin
Mandy and Jeff Berkotwitz
David and Nichole Kushner
Alyson and Chris Morrissey
Nichole and Michael Rosenblum