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    We Have an Ecumenical Partner!  
    Join us in person in our new location at Grace Presbyterian Church, 2955 W. Hwy 160, Fort Mill, SC 29708.  Southbound 160 just before 460/Gold Hill Road on the right.  These folks are so welcoming – they invited us to dine (Wonderful Pot Luck) and more (see below)!

CHECK OUT OUR UPCOMING SERVICES!

Temple Solel holds regular Shabbat Services at 7PM on the 2nd and 4th Fridays of each month at our new home at Grace Presbyterian Church, and will include a Zoom option for those that cannot join us in person. Please email info@templesolelSC.org to receive the Constant Contact email updates to learn how to join us for services.

The First Reform Temple in Fort Mill, South Carolina

Please join us the 2nd and 4th Fridays each month at 7pm for services!

In Person:

Grace Presbyterian Church

2955 W. Hwy 160, Fort Mill, SC 29708

Mailing Address:

Temple Solel

P.O. Box 1765, Fort Mill, SC 29716

Temple Solel Welcomes The Ruach - Hanukkah 2019. Click here for video from CN2 News!
Temple Solel Welcomes The Ruach – Hanukkah 2019. Click here for video from CN2 News!

1. Solel Sisterhood Coffee Talk: Tuesday Nov 29 10AM at Knowledge Perk Coffee,  460/Gold Hill Rd at 160 next to Planet Fitness.

2. Please rock with us and The Ruach, 7:15 PM on Saturday December 17th in the Grace Sanctuary. Hanuka & Havdalah.

UPCOMING EVENTS

  1. 29 Nov

    Solel Sisterhood Coffee Talk

    10:00 am - 11:00 am
  2. 09 Dec

    In Person Shabbat Service

    7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

    Next dates: 13 Jan | 10 Feb | 10 Mar |
  3. 17 Dec
  4. 22 Dec

    Hanukkah (Day 4)

    ALL DAY EVENT
  5. 23 Dec

    Hanukkah (Day 5)

    ALL DAY EVENT
  6. 23 Dec

    In Person Shabbat Service

    7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

    Next dates: 27 Jan | 24 Feb | 24 Mar |

Hazon Convenes Coalition Of Major Jewish Groups In New International Initiative To Fight Climate Change

When she thinks about her Conservative Jewish organization’s efforts to combat climate change, Rabbi Ashira Konigsburg can point to a range of programs, from webinars on energy efficiency to youth group actions. But, she said, “it wasn’t happening in a systemic or organized way.”

Hazon Convenes Coalition Of Major Jewish Groups In New International Initiative To Fight Climate Change

When she thinks about her Conservative Jewish organization’s efforts to combat climate change, Rabbi Ashira Konigsburg can point to a range of programs, from webinars on energy efficiency to youth group actions. But, she said, “it wasn’t happening in a systemic or organized way.”