The Park Synagogue
Park Synagogue is a modern, egalitarian Conservative synagogue that welcomes everyone to our community.
Angela Siegel, Membership Director
Whether through song or study, through public celebration or private reflection, Park offers something for everyone. Intellectual vigor is coupled with the warmth of family. We believe a congregation should bring together people of all ages for a shared experience. We look forward to seeing you here!
Joshua Skoff, Senior Rabbi
Sharon Marcus, Associate Rabbi
Milton B. Rube, Rabbi-in-Residence
Misha Pisman, Cantor
Gadi Galili, Ritual Director
Stuart Deicher, Executive Director
The Park Synagogue Keruv Connection
Programs for Jews-by-choice and their partners, interfaith couples, parents of interfaith couples, and anyone contemplating conversion or intermarriage. Information and support through educational programs, speakers, and discussions with the rabbis. Open to anyone in the community.
Bereavement Support Group
Park Synagogue offers a Bereavement Support Group once or twice during the year for anyone who has suffered a loss of a loved one, whether a spouse, parent, sibling, child, or friend. The 5-session group meets at Park Synagogue East and is free and open to the community. Group size...
The Park Synagogue Adult Education
Park Synagogue offers formal and informal learning opportunities for adults of all ages and backgrounds. Our educational opportunities draw curious audiences with various backgrounds and levels of Judaic knowledge. Everyone is welcome to attend and learn in a warm, nurturing environment
The Park Synagogue Wolf Religious School
We are a nationally-recognized learning center rooted in the Conservative values derived from the Torah, creating a community of lifelong learners. Through innovative, community-minded curriculum for babies through 12th graders, we utilize synagogue and local resources, as well as experiential family and grandparent programs, to cater learning experiences to each...
The Park Synagogue Youth Groups
Park Synagogue’s Youth programs offer a wide variety of social, cultural, and recreational activities for Jewish children in grades 3-12.