Chizuk Amuno Rolls Out Red Membership Carpet for Young Families

Young families, and young people in general, are a group that synagogues are having trouble attracting and keeping. While synagogues may have young families attending services, or enrolling children in their preschools, many young families defer joining until later in life, perhaps waiting for a child’s bar or bat mitzvah or to participate in adult… Read More

High Holiday Tickets Are Serious Business for Synagogues, Congregants

There’s an old joke about a boy who shows up at a synagogue on Yom Kippur. The usher tells him he can’t come in without a ticket. “But I’m not staying. I just need to talk to my mother,” the boy pleads. “Well, all right,” the usher says. “But if I catch you praying, I’m… Read More

Synagogues Celebrate Chanukah

Chanukah can be a particularly hectic time of year. To help you keep your luster during 2016’s Festival of Lights, the JT presents a quick-fix primer of seasonal events and activities to look out for through local congregations. Beth El Congregation Beth El is partnering with Chizuk Amuno Congregation for a Chinese food and movie night… Read More

A New Horizon

Chizuk Amuno Congregation is looking to celebrate and rejoice the beauty and meaning of Jewish tradition through programming that is innovative, 21st century and Conservative Movement 2.0 Beginning Nov. 1, accomplishing this goal will be just a little easier. On Nov. 1, Glenn S. Easton will join the congregation full time as its new executive… Read More