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A Traditional, Egalitarian Conservative Synagogue

Since 1965, Congregation Olam Tikvah has evolved into a vibrant community of 640 families who consider the synagogue their second home. Our welcoming community helps and supports individuals at every age and stage of life.

Our services are traditional, egalitarian, and lay-led. Children are always welcome, and we offer both Shabbat morning babysitting and children’s and youth services. Holidays are celebrated with services and special programs.

We offer educational opportunities through our cooperative-style preschool, religious school, adult education classes and Scholar-in-Residence program.

In the greater community, OT members function in many ways: celebrating Shabbat at local assisted living homes, making casseroles for the homeless, and holding blood drives are only a few of our Social Action initiatives.

We invite you to join us for services, get involved with  Sisterhood, Men's Club, or any of our other synagogue groups, attend an event, or ask about what our younger members are doing. Find out about all the activities and learning possibilities that await you.

If you are interested in joining Olam Tikvah or want more information, please contact Rochelle Goldberg. She and the Membership Committee representatives will be happy to answer your questions.

Get our membership application (fillable PDF).

To find out about upcoming events, subscribe to the listserv. Please provide your first and last name in the body of the email.

Get involved in our Membership committee to help attract, welcome and engage members. Contact Chair Elisabeth Epstein.

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