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The Conservative movement of Judaism, the second largest Jewish denomination, has a moderate presence in Connecticut. Synagogues are the centers of a diverse spectrum of independent Conservative communities. Since the Conservative Movement is both a religious and organizational entity, affiliation with the Conservative Movement requires adherence to certain guidelines as set by the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism.
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B'nai Shalom Synagogue
Decorated with stained glass loaded with meaning. General overview, contacts for the Hebrew school, adult education, newsletter, and staff, history of stained glass artwork, description of the Sisterhood, and service times. Putnam.
Beth El Temple
Home to Rabbi Jim Rosen since 1992. Profiles and lists of clergy and staff, descriptions of services, a religious school, family and adult education, rites of passage, and clubs and programs, resources, and a calendar of events. West Hartford.
Beth Hillel Synagogue
A community of two hundred and seventy families led by Rabbi Gary Atkins. Calendar of events, rabbi profiles, staff contacts, descriptions of services, rites of passage, membership, education, and clubs and committees, and resources. Bloomfield.
Beth Jacob Synagogue
Rabbi Charles L. Arian and Student Cantor Alexis Konigsberg. Upcoming events, sermons, service times, description of a mitzvah initiative, a nursery school contact and calendar, weekly bulletin, monthly newsletter, links, and an online question form. Norwich.
Beth Sholom B'nai Israel
Rabbi Richard Plavin has served the community since 1979. Calendar of events, donation and contact forms, a list of gift shop items, rabbi and cantor profiles, descriptions of youth group, membership, social action programs, and clubs, links, and cemetery information. Manchester.
Congregation Adath Israel
In the heart of Middlesex County with about two hundred and fifty member-families. Calendar of events, descriptions of school, services, clubs, and committees, Rabbi Seth Haaz's page, a president's message, publications, news, and links. Middletown.
Congregation B'nai Jacob
Serving the Greater New Haven area. Profile of Rabbi Joel Levenson, upcoming events, schedule of services, membership information, rites of passage contact, descriptions of schools, committees, youth clubs, and a Judaica shop, ways to give, and Israel programs and resources. Woodbridge.
Congregation B'nai Torah
Led by Rabbi Colin Brodie. Rabbi profile, descriptions of Hebrew school, nursery school, clubs and committees, and activities, service schedule, upcoming events, past bulletins, links, and scrip. Trumbull.
Congregation Beth El
Letters from the Rabbi, Cantor, and president, religious school news, and schedule of upcoming Torah and Haftarah readings. Norwalk.
Congregation Beth El
Founded in 1932, the community is led by Rabbi Carl Astor. Contacts, service schedule, rabbi's message, directions to the synagogue and the Beth El cemetery, a calendar of events, most recent bulletin, and a cookbook order form. New London.
Congregation Beth El-Keser Israel (BEKI)
The successor of the Rose Street Shul and Keser Israel founded in the late 19th Century. News and events, schedule of services, and descriptions of adult and special needs education, youth programs, social action and environmental projects, and ways to donate. New Haven.
Congregation Or Shalom
Serving the Greater New Haven area, Eastern Fairfield County, and the Naugatuck Valley. Staff directory, profile of Rabbi Alvin Wainhaus, service schedule, newsletters, calendar of events, descriptions school, committees, and clubs, audio blessings, photos, and links. Orange.
Congregation Rodeph Sholom
Five hundred member families led by Rabbi David A. Cantor. History, clergy profiles, schedule and volunteer forms for services and choir rehearsals, descriptions of school, clubs, social action programs, and membership, and B'nai Mitzvah resources. Bridgeport.
The Conservative Synagogue of Westport, Weston and Wilton
Led by Rabbi Jeremy Wiederhorn and Cantor Laura Berman. Service schedule, rabbi, cantor, and presidents' messages, descriptions of adult education, clubs, schools, and social action programs, clergy and staff profiles, links, ways to give, and aliyah and Torah blessings. Westport.
Egalitarian synagogue shares information on activities, programs and services. West Hartford.
Temple B'nai Abraham
Led by Rabbi Michael G. Kohn and President Deborah Katten. List of staff, office hours, directions, schedule of services, upcoming events, sermons, a rabbi's page, monthly newsletter, and links. Meriden.
Temple Beth El
Schedule of services, phone and e-mail directory and an online library. Stamford.
Temple Beth Sholom
Serving the community since 1946. A calendar of events, Rabbi Benjamin Edidin Scolnic's corner, Israel news, service times, descriptions of social action initiatives, committees, education, and adult and youth clubs, and a Book of Memories. Hamden.
Founded in 1917, led today by Rabbi Mitchell M. Hurvitz. Clergy profiles, descriptions of membership benefits, a gift shop, ways to give, Jewish resources, services, rites of passage, and programs and clubs, a bulletin, prayer and trope audios, education links, and a calendar of events. Greenwich.
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