Adath Israel |

Our Mission Statement

Adath Israel is a vibrant and welcoming egalitarian, Conservative congregation where Jews by birth or choice, interfaith families, traditional and non-traditional families celebrate our Jewish faith and heritage. We strive to meet the diverse spiritual, religious, educational and social needs of our members and to further the causes of the Jewish people in our community, the surrounding communities and the state of Israel.

We invite everyone to join with us, as our services are open to the public.  We encourage people to stay home if they are not feeling well but hope to join us on zoom. Masks are no longer required at all indoor events regardless of vaccination status. Of course if you are more comfortable using a mask, please feel free to wear one. Thank you and please stay safe. Please click above for the most recent services, events, and Zoom information.

We’re proud to offer tuition-free religious school from pre-K to confirmation. For more information on how to join our community and learn more about our education, click the link below!

Click here to learn more about Sherry and our Mazel Tots program.

Our recent Community Candle Lighting and Dinner was a wonderful success with nearly 80 members and guests in attendance. Everyone joined to light our menorahs and celebrate together. Besides the menorah lighting, there was a delicious latke bar, dreidel games, many things for coloring, and songs to sing . An amazing evening was enjoyed by all as the pictures above will show you.

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We are proud to be a co-sponsor of ALEPH: The Institute of Jewish Ideas 2024 Series, The Land of Israel in Jewish Thought. This series of presentations from expert speakers, hosted at @MandellJCC, will begin February 15 – March 28. You can attend in person or online.
This year’s series will explore the evolution of the Land of Israel in Jewish thought from the Bible to the teachings of the Rabbis, the place of the Land in the Jewish imagination in the medieval period, and its evolution in religious, cultural, and political terms in the modern period. For more information and to register, click here:  ALEPH is supported by a community donor through a family fund at @jcfhartford.

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