Welcome to Marlboro Jewish Center

Marlboro Jewish Center (Ohev Shalom) has been proudly serving the needs of our thriving Jewish community by nurturing our traditions and enriching our contemporary, Jewish lifestyle since 1971. Rich in tradition and history we have always been committed to being an egalitarian synagogue. We are large enough to be a full-service, modern, Conservative congregation, offering you and your family every opportunity to expand your Jewish horizons, but at the same time, our goal is to be warm and welcoming.

Ohev Shalom is more than a synagogue, more than a religious school and pre-school, more than a center for life-cycle events. We strive to be a caring community of people just like you. We aim to help our congregants on their Jewish Journeys, finding a greater purpose and meaning in their daily lives. We aspire to make our community and our world a better place through active Jewish living and Jewish learning.

Ohev Shalom is constantly brimming with activity and meaningful Jewish participation. We invite you to take the Jewish Journey with us and find out why so many families have chosen Ohev Shalom. Come to Marlboro Jewish center and: LET OUR HOUSE OF WORSHIP BE YOUR HOME.


Weekly Services

Services next weekend are as follows:
Friday Night: 6:15 PM and 8:15 PM
Saturday: 9:15 AM and 6:30 PM
Sunday: 9:15 AM and 8:15 PM

Mazel Tov
• Stacy and Fred Garsson on the celebration of their son, Brandon’s Bar Mitzvah at Shabbat Mincha services.
• Mel Kofman on the celebration of a very special birthday on September 23rd.
• Cheryl and Ira Finkler on the birth of their fifth grandchild, Jillian Paige Finkler.
• Dr. Paul and Sharon Rosen on the birth of their grandson, Eliyah Daniel Rosen.
• Marilyn and Ben Rosenblum on the marriage of their daughter, Staci to Philip Odett this Saturday
• Natalie and Ernie Stein on the wedding of their daughter, Joanna Stein to Bradley Fishbein last Sunday.
• Randi and Jay Vodofsky on the baby naming of their granddaughter.
Thank you
• The Kofman/ Tepper families for co-sponsoring the Kiddush lunch on September 13th in honor of Mel Kofman’s birthday.

High Holiday tickets were mailed out. If you have not yet applied for your tickets, please see Reba in the Ritual office. (Please DELETE the information about the High Holiday applications mailed out in July.)

If you are homebound or know of someone who is homebound, and would like to hear the Shofar blown during the High Holidays at your home or their home, please contact Edie Seligman at 732-239-5310.

Shofar Blowing Class on Sunday, September 14th will be held at the Chai building at 7:00PM and not in the main Sanctuary.