For general information about Reform Jewish practice, beliefs and services please click on the Reform Judaism link.




For dates of all services, please check the website calendar.

Saturday Services start at 10:30 a.m and end at approximately 12 noon unless otherwise indicated.

Services are led either by our spiritual leader, Cantorial Soloist Audrey Kaufman, or by our educational adviser Ira Schweitzer.  They are community oriented with singing, discussions and prayer in both English and Hebrew.  Don't worry if you can't read Hebrew - our prayer book has transliteration for most of the prayers.  Our wonderful choir often sings for us as well.  All are welcome to attend and join in.  In fact you will often see a young child up at the bima joining in or just sitting under it wondering at it all. 


 The High Holidays are approaching...
Erev Rosh Hashanah is Wednesday September 20, services start at 7:00pm
Thursday September 21 services start at 10:00 am followed by Tashlich at our pond.  A catered kiddush will follow.
Kol Nidre services are September 29th at 8:00pm.
Yom Kippur services start September 30th at 10:00am (children program downstairs) with a break from 1- 4pm (movie and discussion for those who wish to remain) 4:00pm services resume until the break of the fast at sundown.
Tickets are needed to attend High Holiday services at Am Shalom.
Ticket prices remain at last year's level:
Members are free but still must be ordered,
Non-members are $180 for adults and $90 for children 5-18 and full-time students at college or university.
You may use the attached form: 
OR call 705-792-3949
the office with your order.
Traveling over the High Holidays? Please contact the office if you are in need of a Reciprocity Letter from us, so you may attend another Reform synagogue in North America.  We also accept reciprocity letters from participating shuls so visitors may attend here free of charge.