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Tree of Life Congregation 

6719 N Trenholm Road
Columbia, SC 29206

Phone: (803) 787-2182

Fax: (803) 787-0309

Hours of Operation:


Tues-Thurs 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Fri 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Happy Sukkot - Chag Sukkot Sameach   

Our Temple Sukkah is decorated and ready for you! Sukkot starts on Monday, September 20. Enjoy the goodness of the holiday and have a meal in the sukkah this week!  Then join us on Saturday at 6:30 PM for a potluck dinner and havdalah (weather permitting, rain cancels). 

Shabbat Evening Services 


Virtual Minyan via Zoom
Friday, September 10
Friday, September 24

Getting Together with TOL Friends 

Do you love to walk and schmooze? Come and walk with us!            Sundays at 9:30 AM. Each of these are easy walks on flat surfaces. Please join us whenever you can! No RSVP necessary. Check the weekly email for updates on destinations. 

Do you love to read and schmooze? We’ve got the Klatsch for you! 

Check our calendar for upcoming dates and book selections. 

Join a Klatsch to meet other members of the TOL community!                      Our Klatsch activities are open to ALL Tree of Life members, men and women. If you have any questions, please email Jeanne at

Want to start another Klatsch? Fill out the form and let us know about your interests.


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 150 member-families gather from throughout greater Columbia and the Midlands of SC to celebrate, pray and study. 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.

Fri, September 24 2021 18 Tishrei 5782