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aronkodeshSanctuary

Shomrei Torah's sanctuary is the jewel in our crown. The bima was designed and built by local artist Jeffrey Packard in 1987. The Holocaust Torah has a history that is printed on the wall nearby in English and Hebrew. The Holocaust Torah is in a special memorial ark made of six strips of metal to represent the 6 million Jews who died in the Shoah. It is made to look like barbed wire and its center was made to look like flames. There is history on the Aron Hakodesh, the Parokhet and mantels, the Ner Tamid and the stained glass windows. Learn more about the design of the sanctuary.

Pittel Social Hall

The Pittel Social Hall is available for private or public events (weddings, B'nai Mitzvah, parties, etc). Please contact the Synagogue office about the date and event you are planning and she will get in touch with you about availability and our policies.

Judaica Gift Shop

Our Sisterhood Gift Shop brings Judaica for ceremonial holiday and decorative use to families in our community. All proceeds benfit the synagogue.  Someone is at the gift shop every Sunday when the Religious School is in session or during office hours. Or call for an appointment.

Library

Shomrei Torah maintains an informal library consisting of various media, including a wide spectrum of topics on Jewish history, personalities, lifestyles and practices. We have a liberal borrowing policy that enables our members and students to enjoy and learn from these materials. If there are any pieces of Judaic literature that you recommend we purchase for the library, please contact us. Our library benefits from all of your knowledge and your suggestions will help enhance our collection. With your support, we are able to continue to purchase outstanding books, videos, DVDs, music and periodicals. Come in and browse through our library for books on Jewish thought, history, prayer, music, cooking, Israel, the Holocaust, Reference books, Children's books, etc.

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