This religious organization has been committed to Reform Judaism since 1841 and strives to be inclusive and community-oriented. The historic synagogue itself dates from 1749 when the community was originally founded as a Sephardic Orthodox congregation.
As the second oldest synagogue in the United States, and the oldest still being used for religious purposes, this building has a lot of stories to tell. Take a 30-minute guided tour of the synagogue and the sanctuary, which also includes the museum, unique gift shop, Sisterhood's Chosen Treasures Judaica store.
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