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leading the way to the future

Founded in 1991, our congregation's focus since inception has been on providing authentic Hebraic spirituality and fellowship within the context of American life and culture.

As a modern, post-denominational Sephardic Jewish congregation, we aim to be true to our prophetic calling, "to be a light unto the world," to be active in transforming our communities by increasing faith in the power of G-d, and by instilling hope through the promotion of that Hebrew wisdom which has inspired humanity throughout the ages.

For over thirty-five years, our goal has been to re-imagine Judaism, re-creating it as it was meant to be lived: with an eye towards the future, recognizing the teachings of the past.

Although we are not a large congregation, numbering less than 255 families in 2018, we have nevertheless played a major role among our peers and continue to lead the way within the Connecticut Jewish community in terms of relevant liturgy, educational programming, and effective community initiatives.

We invite those who are of Sephardic heritage and searching for a connexion with the transcendant G-d, to come celebrate the gift of life with us in a relevant, informed and affirming context where all people can live together in peace.

Measles Outbreaks

Recent measles outbreaks in the United States and abroad are cause for concern. Vaccination is the best protection against measles.

As a result of our congregation"s concerns, the Board of Directors has added that all members must be vaccinated against measles as a requirement for membership. Specific information, including member providers that will offer free measles vaccinations to our members, can be obtained from the synagogue office.