Temple Chayai Shalom is a Reform Jewish synagogue committed to Jewish continuity, spiritual growth, and Jewish education for all members of our diverse congregation.
We are a Beit Tefillah, a House of Worship, with a variety of Shabbat and holiday services.
We are a Beit Midrash, a House of Study, with superb religious education for children in pre-school through 12th grade and exciting opportunities for adults as well.
We are a Beit Kenesset, a House of Gathering, with social and social action activities.
Adults and children alike are encouraged to explore and express Jewish religious beliefs and/or their own relationships to God; seek social, family, and cultural ties; participate in social activism; and engage in lifelong learning.
Come As You Are
No matter where you are on your Jewish path, there is something for you at TCS!
Find spiritual fulfillment at one of our many themed, and always musical, services.
Discover community among our diverse membership with activities for all ages.
Learn about the many exciting and innovative educational opportunities for children and adults.
You’re invited to join our pluralistic and welcoming community where everyone is empowered to seek God through meaningful interactions, enriching programming, and Jewish practice. Let TCS be an extension of your living room, help determine your personal Jewish path, and be your second family.
Clergy & Directors
Rabbi Kenneth Carr
Sarit T. Ferreria
Temple & School Staff
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People come to Temple Chayai Shalom from a broad spectrum of backgrounds and lifestyles. Our worship services are warm, personal and highly participatory, blending the traditional with the contemporary in prayer and song. Rabbi Ken Carr and Cantorial Soloist David Rothberg encourage each worshipper to find peace and meaning in the prayers. We balance prayer in both Hebrew and English.
Tot Shabbat at 5:30 pm
Shabbat Service at 7:30 pm
LIFE CYCLE EVENTS
We view Temple Chayai Shalom as an extended family. When our individual member families have a life cycle event to celebrate or mourn, our temple family wants to help make the observance of these milestones as meaningful as possible.
Your opinions are important to us. You can call us by phone or email us directly.
239 Depot Street
Easton, MA 02375
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