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Temple Ami Shalom is a vibrant and inclusive community of Jewish individuals and families
in the San Gabriel Valley. We join together for prayer, education, celebration, mutual support
and acts of loving kindness. We are guided by Torah and the principles of the Conservative,
movement. We are committed to our community, the United States of America, the State of
Israel, and Jews around the world.
We welcome everyone and operate on a basis of equality, mutual respect and consideration
to all who enter and wish to pray. Join us and experience a new and traditional meaning of
Our vision is that Temple Ami Shalom will be an inspiring center of Conservative Judaism, in
which meaningful experiences and memories will take root and grow.
Our goal is to reach out to the Jewish families throughout the community to have them join
us for a truly religious and meaningful experience, led by Rabbi Resnick and Cantor Mike.
We are a welcoming congregation to all who are interested in Judaism, and the Jewish way
Temple Ami Shalom has a duty of care to all members of the community and to all who enter
We value and respect each congregant and his or her personal journey in Judaism.
We foster a sense of connection with our community.
We value participation in all aspects of Synagogue and Jewish life.
Our congregation will be here for the entire Temple family, now and for future generations.
We are a community of learners – At every age and from every background we grow in
knowledge and deepen our understanding of the traditions and wisdom of Judaism.
We gather to experience the joy and spirit of our people’s history, Torah and music.
We are a community of compassionate outreach. We care deeply about one another, rejoicing
in each other’s Simchas and reaching out to support one another in times of need.
Together we help to nurture belonging, resilience, and shleimut-wholeness in our lives.
We are a community that supports The United States of America, Israel the eternal home of
the Jewish people, and the American way of life.
ALL congregants of Temple Ami Shalom, members and non-members can expect the
Our congregation will be treated with dignity and respect regardless of race, nationality,
gender, sexual orientation, disability or age. Everyone’s feelings will be valued and respected
at all times.
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