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Tree of Life Congregation 

6719 N Trenholm Road
Columbia, SC 29206

Phone: (803) 787-2182

Hours of Operation:

Tues-Thurs 9:00AM-5:00PM

Fri 9:00AM-4:00PM

 

Shalom!

Welcome to the Tree of Life Congregation in Columbia, South Carolina.  The Tree of Life Congregation (TOL) was founded in 1896, and today is a vibrant Reform Jewish synagogue.  Our 200 member-families gather from throughout greater Columbia and the Midlands of SC to come together as a holy community.  The Tree of Life is our Beit T’filah – House of Prayer, Beit Midrash – House of Study, and Beit K’nesset – House of Assembly.  We are very proud of our history, and we look forward to an even brighter future.

Please feel free to join us at Temple for services or events.  We look forward to welcoming you. Contact the Tree of Life Congregation office for more information or to answer any questions.

The Tree of Life Congregation is a proud member of the                       Union for Reform Judaism.

Come and Enjoy A TOL Mystery Trip

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Rabbi Or Zohar is a musician, songwriter, guitarist and community builder in the Reform movement in Israel, currently serving as Rabbi at two Reform congregations in the Galilee: Ma’alot Tivon and Misgav Regional Council. He is the founding rabbi of Kehilat HaLev of the Daniel Centers in Tel Aviv and the former musical director of the Israeli Movement for Progressive Judaism Biennial.

With his life-partner, Feliza, their first album, “Lev Tahor Sacred Music” has been a pioneering voice in the new wave of contemporary Jewish spiritual prayer in popular Israeli music. For many years, they have performed and led services at major Israeli music festivals, and their melodies are known and loved in Reform congregations in Israel and around the world.

“Mikolot Mayim – Sacred Music” is Feliza and Or’s second album. It is a musical “mandala” of 13 original melodies, a musical journey throughout the various spiritual nuances of Shabbat.

 

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Reserve your ticket for the havdalah concert by clicking here.

Sat, January 20 2018 4 Shevat 5778