103 School Road West
Marlboro, NJ 07746
Phone: (732) 536-2300

Marlboro Jewish Center (Ohev Shalom) has been proudly serving the needs of the Jewish community since 1971. We are a modern Conservative congregation with dynamic clergy, staff, and volunteers, offering you and your family every opportunity to expand your Jewish horizons.

MJC is more than a synagogue: we are a caring community. We aim to help our congregants on their Jewish journeys, finding 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, and we also welcome the participation of interfaith families.

We invite you to take the Jewish Journey with us and to find out why so many families have chosen MJC as their spiritual home.



Shabbat Times, Mazel Tov and Thank you

Mazel Tov to:

Amy and Daniel Goodman on the celebration of their son, Joshua’s Bar Mitzvah at Shabbat morning services.

Sonia and Henry Lieberman on the celebration of their grandson, Joshua’s Bar Mitzvah at Shabbat morning services.


Condolences to:

Allen and Lori Basis on the passing of Allen’s mother, Judith Banks.

Josh and Jennifer Grill on the passing of Josh’s mother, Barbara Grill.

 High Holiday information:

High Holy Day Food Drive
The Annual High Holiday Food Drive  will occur from Selichot (Saturday, September 5th) until the week of Yom Kippur.  Non-perishable food items can be placed in bins located in the Main Sanctuary Building and Chai Building. Please fulfill the mitzvah of feeding the hungry by participating. Food will be donated to Monmouth and Ocean County Food Bank.

Come and join for Selichot services on Saturday evening, September 5th in the main building.  Services will begin at 7:00PM followed by refreshments.  A short play, DAY OF ATONEMENT which stars our own congregants, Sylvia Ohrwashel and Beth Banks Cohn, will be presented at 8:15PM followed by Selichot services.  Our choir will be participating.  To help sponsor this event, contributions of double Chai would be greatly appreciated.

Save the Date for our Scholar-in-Residence program on October 9th and October 10th.  Dr. Ralph Nurnberger, Professor at Georgetown University and advisor on Capitol Hill will join us to discuss current events and the life and legacy of Yitzchak Rabin.  Please RSVP to mjcsir@gmail.com or Reba at Ext. 106.





Candlelighting Times