|Harlow Shalom Temple's Information|
|Type: Jewish Temple|
|Rating: 0 Stars (Public Access)|
|Location: 3960 LaSalle Avenue|
Simplicity in design, the front entrance to the temple bears broad grey stone tiles along the floor of the long and narrow room. Short tables sit on either end, bearing donation cans, pamphlets on Judaism, announcements about upcoming potluck dinners, and various community service messages. Aside the doors that lead into the temple-proper stand coat-tracks on either side like small trees, each topped with a small lantern.
Simplicity in design, the temple-proper has half the room by the doors taken up by rows of walnut benches facing towards the open stage-area on the other end. Low tables run along the walls, ending at the same time the benches do, leaving the walls of the stage area simple and uncluttered. In the center of the stage area is a small gazebo-like structure with a half-circle pew within.