Cemetery – Creates policies and regulations regarding the Schaarai Zedek cemetery.
College Outreach – Sponsors programs and events for college students.
Fundraising – Creates activities and social events to raise funds for the temple.
Hospitality – Provides hospitality services for temple events.
House – Supervises building and grounds operations and keeps them in good repair.
Membership – Invites prospective members and helps make new members feel welcome.
Office Volunteers – Help answer phones, take messages, and assist with mailings.
Outreach – Sponsor programs to welcome those who seek to become Jews-by-Choice and integrate them into congregation life. Encourages people to make Jewish choices in their lives.
Preschool – Reviews Preschool activities.
Publicity – Makes the community aware of activities occurring at the temple.
Religious School – Recommends policies and regulations regarding the Flom Religious School.
Social Action – Focuses attention on relevant issues and coordinates volunteers and financial efforts in the spirit of Tzedakah.
Ushering – Provides ushers for Shabbat and other holiday services.
Youth Committee – Develops, sponsors, and promotes youth group activities.
Brotherhood – An affiliate organization for men of all ages, providing social activities and services to the temple.
Seniors Program – Sponsors activities for seniors.
Sisterhood – An affiliate organization for women of all ages providing social activities and services to the temple.
Young Couples Club – Sponsors social and educational activities and programs for young couples.
Youth Groups – Organizes social activities and programs for youth in the congregation, from birth through high school.
20+30s Connection – Organizes social activities and programs for individuals and couples ages 21-39.
Adult Education – A varied curriculum of Jewish courses led by our clergy, visiting scholars, and guest lecturers.
Hebrew for Beginners – Basic beginning Hebrew training for the adult learner.
Adult Bar/Bat Mitzvah – An opportunity for adults who have never become a Bar or Bat Mitzvah to have this meaningful life cycle event.