Please join us on Saturday morning, September 8th, for our monthly musical Shabbat morning services. We begin at 10:00 a.m. Anna Jaffe, Linda Salvay and Rabbi White lead a worship service that blends traditional and contemporary elements.» Read more
Ohev Sholom is a diverse and inclusive community. Traditional in ritual, egalitarian and progressive in our outlook.
We are a small, welcoming and spiritual group of people – many of us are Jews by Choice – committed to sharing our love of Judaism through our services, social activities, educational programming, and social action projects.
Based in Prairie Village, Kansas, our congregation draws from the surrounding suburbs of Johnson County, and Kansas City, Missouri. We invite you to come visit on Saturday mornings for Shabbat services or come to any one of our fun and interesting programs!
We look forward to celebrating the High Holy Days with you. Visit our High Holy Days Handbook online or download the handbook in PDF format.» Read more
Shaw Scholar-in-Residence 2018: Edwin Black, award-winning author, syndicated columnist and investigative journalist
Our Shaw Scholar-in-Residence this year is Edwin Black, an award-winning, New York Times-bestselling international investigative author. The weekend begins Friday, November 2, 2018. We hope you’ll join us.» Read more
MO-KAN Post 605 celebrated its 70th anniversary with their new bookFor Those Who Served Our Country: A Tribute to Greater Kansas City’s Jewish Veterans. It’s available for sale now.» Read more
Please join us on Saturday morning, September 8th, for our monthly musical Shabbat morning services. We begin at 10:00 a.m. Anna Jaffe, Linda Salvay and Rabbi White lead a worship service that blends traditional and contemporary elements.
Ohev Sholom Sisterhood invites you to a Membership Event on Sunday, August 12, 2018 at 12:00 p.m. at the home of Shirlee Ernstein. For location information, please contact the office.
Day of Discovery will be held at the JCC on Sunday, August 26. Over thirty classes will be offered throughout the day to learn, study, and discover some of the community’s finest Jewish educators, rabbis, and cantors.