Welcome to Temple Solel

RABBI-SALKINOur new website is under construction.

Which is just fine – because, as Jews, all of us are “under construction.” That is what we do at Temple Solel: we construct Jews. Our building materials are worship, creative musical programs, youth education, youth programming, continuing Jewish education, social justice, caring for the environment, life cycle celebrations….

We are all Jewish works in progress. Find us. Be part of us. Let us become part of you. Join us on Friday evenings, 7:30; Shabbat mornings at 9:15 for Torah study; 10:30 for worship…..

Rabbi Jeff Salkin

PS: Want to learn more about how I think about things? Check out my blog!

High Holy Day Information

Shalom! We look forward to seeing you at Temple Solel during the High Holy Days.
Please find information below regarding our services and programs.

  • High Holy Days Guide
    High Holy Days Guide

    Prayer, song, poetry, commentary, opportunities for private introspection ... it will fill your soul.

The Pathfinder

A Message from our Board Of Directors...

We look forward to seeing you at the Temple during the “Days of Awe” so that we may wish each other a great year, one that leads us to happiness and health and grants us increased emotional and spiritual fulfillment.

You are encouraged throughout the year to make use of our beautiful facility, attend one of our many stimulating programs, volunteer, join Sisterhood, or Brotherhood, interact with our friendly families, meet our motivated and dynamic staff, take advantage of our enhanced Early Childhood Center, Religious School or Youth Programs, and be inspired by Rabbi Jeffrey K. Salkin and Cantor Israel Rosen.

And most importantly, G’Mar Chatimah Tovah, “May you be sealed for a good year in the Book of Life.”

— The Officers, Board of Directors, Clergy and Staff

Prayer Book Project

Temple Solel is replacing the High Holy Day prayer text with a new hardcover edition of Mishkan HaNefesh.
Take part in a special opportunity to help preserve the importance of prayer and tradition.

  • Prayer Book Pledge Card
    Prayer Book Pledge Card

    Help preserve the importance of prayer and tradition by dedicating our new hardcover edition(s) of Mishkan T’lah.

Forms and Information

Download forms, applications and important information.


Your Journey Starts Here

Check out our calendar for the latest programs and events.