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Worship, Learning, Community … these are the core values within our congregation, however, if you ask a member what they value most about Temple Har Shalom, they will likely answer, “the people.” Temple Har Shalom strives to help members grow spiritually, to deepen their understanding of Jewish heritage and culture, and to strengthen their connection to the Jewish community.
We are a congregation that welcomes everyone, young and old, local and visitor, and from all walks of Jewish life. Fellowship, spiritual enlightenment and connectivity play an integral part at Temple Har Shalom.
Temple Har Shalom is a community built of over 300 families. We strive to create a strong and caring Jewish presence in Park City.
We offer numerous activities as well as committee opportunity involvement. We hope that you will join us for one or more of our programs or get involved on the committee level. 
THS Committees 
ART-The Art Committee curates and exhibits works of art in diverse media that are relevant to the world of Temple Har Shalom. In addition the Committee considers donations of art works that fit within the THS art guidelines. The Committee welcomes the participation of interested members.
AUDIT-Coordinates with the auditor and Director of Finance the audit of the Congregation’s financial statements, books, records and accounting systems, and reports its findings and recommendations to the Board of Directors.
BUILDING-Responsible for coordinating with the Executive Director all strategic matters related to the Synagogue’s building, grounds, and technology, assuring that the physical environment is safe, functional, and attractive.
CEMETERY COMMITTEE-The Cemetery Committee is responsible for overseeing all aspects of the development of plans for and construction of a cemetery and ancillary facilities to be located between Brookside Road and the creek running behind the Temple.
CARING COMMITTEE (HINEINU)-The Caring Committee reaches out to congregational families who are going through an illness or the loss of a loved one and provides assistance and support. Services include transportation to appointments, delivery of meals, and attending to other special requests for congregational members dealing with illness or other special needs.
ENGAGEMENT-This Committee creates opportunities for connections in order to encourage active participation in our community. It recruits and helps to integrate new members into the life of the congregation; coordinates various hospitality events designed to increase a sense of community; creates a warm and welcoming environment for new and continuing members.
FINANCE-Responsible for financial oversight of the synagogue in order to ensure the synagogue’s finances are managed in a fiscally responsible manner. In conjunction with the Executive Director, the committee prepares, monitors, and, as necessary, revises the annual synagogue operating budget. The finance committee reviews and monitors the congregation’s assets and liabilities. Additionally, the finance committee reviews and revises financial policies and procedures and provides recommendations on policy changes to the board of directors. The finance committee coordinates with other committees to ensure the synagogue’s sound financial health.
HIGH HOLY DAYS-This Committee handles all the non-religious aspects of the High Holy Days, including hiring cantorial soloists, recruiting volunteers to check in worshippers, distribute prayer books, scheduling congregant readers and usher for services, overseeing communications to the congregation, and planning onegs and any meals such as Break the Fast, and the annual community service project collecting donated items for Jewish Family Service.
INVESTMENT COMMITTEE-The Investment Committee manages and oversees Temple Har Shalom investments in accordance with investment policies established by the Board of Directors.
NOMINATING COMMITTEE-The Nominating Committee is responsible for identifying talented individuals who are committed to the synagogue and willing to put their time and effort into improving our community. Our By-laws provide that this committee consist of one Board member and three members of the community. A proposed slate of candidates is presented to the congregation during the annual meeting for consideration and approval. Board positions are three years.
RELIGIOUS LIFE-This committee works with our clergy to set up policy and programming relating to religious services and with the Board of Directors to enrich and enhance the ritual life of the congregation. The committee’s dual role includes offering the clergy team ideas and feedback for the congregation’s liturgy. Additionally, the committee works to welcome and encourage participation in the Jewish rituals of Temple Har Shalom.
SAFETY and SECURITY-This Committee helps ensure that anyone who enters the property/building is safe and that our facility is secure. The Chairs collaborate with staff, the local law enforcement officials, and safety and security experts with experience at synagogues.
SOCIAL ACTION-The Social Action Committee is responsible for facilitating congregants ’expression of the Jewish value of Tikkun Olam (repairing the world) through outreach to the community and efforts to improve the lives of others. The Committee seeks to broaden awareness and engagement in social justice issues at the local, regional, and national levels through programs and activities. Save the date for Mitzvah Day 2024 - August 25th!
TASK FORCE COMBATING HATE AND ANTISEMITISM AND SUPPORTING ISRAEL-Established in the aftermath of October 7th, the task force mission statement is to identify, plan and implement initiatives in Park City and beyond combating hate and antisemitism and supporting Israel.
If you are interested if participating on any of our committees please contact

Women of Har Shalom
We invite you to become a member of Women of Har Shalom, a Sisterhood. Our purpose is to strengthen and unite the women of THS and support each other in understanding and perpetuating Reform Judaism. When you join WHS, you join a group of women committed to THS and each other. We are women of all ages, all marital statuses, women who have never had children, women with children underfoot and women with children who are grown… in short, every kind of woman is part of Sisterhood!
Please contact President, Eve Stanger, for additional information: 

THS Ladies Book Club
THS Ladies Book Club started in 2007.  We are a diverse group of women who meet to discuss books every even month on the first Tuesday evening.  Although most of our books are related to Jewish subjects, we occasionally step outside those boundaries to other topical issues. Prior to covid19, we would meet at a home and bring pot luck.  At least for now, we are meeting via zoom.  For further information, or to be added to the email list please contact our office.

Family Shabbat
Family Shabbat is held once each month. Please contact our office for details.
We encourage all families to join us for these special Shabbats.

For more information in regard to Membership please contact Deb Sheldon, our Executive Director.

You can find our Membership information below,

THS Membership Form

Frequently Asked Questions

President's Letter

Membership Adjustment Form

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