Temple Har Shalom

Environment & Public Lands
1:33 pm
Mon May 5, 2014

Solar Panels Power Worship in Park City

Solar panels on a new addition to Shepherd of the Mountains Lutheran Church in Park City, UT
Shepherd of the Mountains Lutheran Church / Rocky Mountain Power

  Three houses of worship in the Park City area are among 22 facilities with new solar power installations funded by Rocky Mountain Power’s Blue Sky program.

The Blue Sky program allows customers to pay extra on their power bills to support the development of renewable energy projects.

From that money, Rocky Mountain Power provided 35-thousand dollar grants to St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, Shepherd of the Mountains Lutheran Church and Reform synagogue Temple Har Shalom.

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10:49 am
Tue April 1, 2014

New Rabbi Chosen for Park City Synagogue

Rabbi David Levinsky
Chicago Sinai Congregation

  Temple Har Shalom in Park City has announced the selection of a new rabbi.  David Levinsky will be coming to Utah from a much larger synagogue in Chicago.

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9:54 am
Mon May 6, 2013

Park City Synagogue Saying Goodbye to Rabbi Josh Aaronson

Rabbi Josh Aaronson assists Celia Robbins Davis during her bat mitzvah service at Temple Har Shalom
Alicia Geesman

When Rabbi Joshua Aaronson arrived in Utah eleven years ago, Temple Har Shalom was a small Reform Jewish congregation meeting in rented space in Park City. Today, it’s in a beautiful new building with three times the attendance and a vacancy to fill. Rabbi Aaronson is moving on to Temple Judea in a suburb of Los Angeles – and leaving behind a lot of people who will miss him.

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