Located at the corner of Wilkins and Shady Ave, the pathway provides an opportunity to dedicate a 6”x9” or 12’X12” brick honoring, memorializing or just adding your name to hundreds of pavers already comprising the pathway.
Zittrain Gardens and an endowment to care for it in perpetuity were a gift of Lester E. and Ruth A. Zittrain, long time members of the shul and avid gardeners. When in bloom, Zittrain Gardens is an ideal spot for wedding or b’nai mitzvah photos. Lester and Ruth were also partners in their own law firm and a stone in the Irving Bails pathway outside the Gardens refers to the Zittrains as “Partners in life, love and law.”
High Holiday services are held in the Henry Halperin sanctuary. Our gorgeous main sanctuary can hold up to 1,250 guests.
The soaring windows in the Hailperin Sanctuary flank the bima and bathe the pews in a spectrum of light. This set of seven windows portrays the story of Creation.
This set of seven windows illustrate the Acceptance of God’s Law, holidays, the life cycle, and how human-beings should care for the earth and one another.
Located in the Loevner Lobby outside the Hailperin Santuary, the wall mounted tree provides opportunities to honor, pay tribute and memorialize friends and family. Contact Joel Goldstein to find out more.
Friday Night services, weddings, and Bar Mitzvahs are held in the Pervin Chapel. Our intimate Pervin Chapel is perfect for religious events with up to 240 participants.
The four Pervin windows depict American Jews throughout history and their contributions to American civilization, categorized by the themes of religious life, philanthropy, public service and economic development.
Formerly the Sisterhood Gift Shop, the Sisterhood meeting room is now used by various groups and committees to plan activities and initiatives for our congregation. Hold your next meeting in the Sisterhood meeting room.