Established in 1839, we are the ninth-oldest Jewish congregation in the United States and a member of the Union for Reform Judaism. All are welcome here: individuals, couples, and families; younger and older members are all valued. Whether you were born or raised Jewish, are a Jew by choice, an interfaith family or same sex couple, we invite you to make Temple Concord your spiritual home.
Our compassionate clergy, experienced staff, enriching religious school, and diverse programs for all ages offer an exceptional Jewish experience and the opportunity to express your Judaism in a way that’s most comfortable to you.
We are a Reform Jewish congregation actively committed to strengthening individual and shared connections to God and community.
We are dedicated to meeting the spiritual, intellectual, social, and cultural needs of our members.
With respect for the diversity of our backgrounds, traditions, and practices, we join together in worship, study, celebration and social action.