At Central Synagogue

Shabbat Services

6:00 pm Fridays
9:30 am Saturdays
Community House

Morning Minyan

8:00am Mondays - Fridays
In our Community House

Live Streaming

(during services)

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Central Synagogue is a kehillah kedoshah - a holy community - offering a wide range of opportunities for involvement at all stages of life. From daily morning worship to lunchtime organ concerts and Jewish study to stimulating evening lectures to Sunday morning social justice opportunities and so much more, there is a place for you in our community. Welcome.

Member Services
Welcome to Central Synagogue. Central is transforming the way people experience Jewish life, cultivating ongoing exploration, and pursing a powerful vision for the role of Judaism in the world.
Social Justice
Learn about volunteer opportunities
Room Rentals
Marking life cycles at Central
Pastoral Care
Support through life's joys and struggles
20s & 30s
We are an engaged Jewish community of 20’s and 30’s who gather to celebrate Shabbat and holidays, participate in social justice events, and discuss contemporary religious issues.
College Outreach
How students stay connected while living on campus
Shofar Shabbat
Since 1984, Central Synagogue has conferred the annual Shofar Shabbat award on a Jew of exceptional distinction who exemplifies the principles of Judaism and the beliefs of the Jewish people. Our past honorees include leaders in social activism, science, politics, business, art, and journalism; all are accomplished individuals who represent the ideals we strive to uphold in our community.
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From Rabbi Rubinstein

“For 142 years, we have occupied not only this very street corner, but we have been a pillar of Reform Judaism and embodiment of the understanding that all Jews are responsible for all other Jews. This synagogue needs not only to take care of our own, but to be responsible for the wellbeing of all people who are part of the constellation of humanity, part of the fabric of the city, and part of the strength of this nation.”

Rabbi Rubinstein, Shabbat sermon, June 2012

Meet the rest of our clergy.