Is Reform Judaism for us? Here are some reasons to answer “yes!”
Please join us at any upcoming events and services at Greenwich Reform! Contact us today for complete details.
We welcome all who wish to participate in our congregational family — those of all ages, backgrounds, and orientations.
Endless opportunities exist to participate in our many programs, committees, classes, and special events for all ages. Educational opportunities start with special programs for three- and four-year-olds, while school-age children participate in Generation J: Exploring Judaism Together. Gen J meets Sunday mornings, with an additional flexible midweek meeting for individual Hebrew instruction. Adults gather on Sunday mornings and occasional weekday evenings in our acclaimed adult education program to study Hebrew, Jewish learning, and other topics of interest ranging from Kabbalah to yoga.
Join us to worship, celebrate, learn, grow…and be a part of our vibrant congregational family! Our Young Families Initiative makes membership and religious school extremely affordable.
We invite you to visit GRS, and meet with Rabbi Sklarz, our cantor, and our staff. Please call 203-629-0018 for more information.
Greenwich Reform Synagogue welcomes all who seek a spiritual home in a welcoming, inclusive community of diverse families and individuals. GRS offers a flexible, progressive environment to study, pray, celebrate Shabbat, and observe life cycle events: Brit Milah, baby namings, Bar and Bat Mitzvah services, weddings, re-commitment ceremonies, funerals, and more. We invite you to join us for Shabbat services, study with us, observe the students in our religious school, and participate in our social action programs, fulfilling the mitzvah of Tikkun Olam.
Greenwich Reform Synagogue is a proud member of the Union for Reform Judaism. The URJ leads the largest and most diverse Jewish movement in North America. Its work strengthens communities and inspires millions to explore what it means to be Jewish, pursue justice around the world, and forge stronger ties to Israel.
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