Shalom and welcome to Temple Concord!
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.
It is difficult to know whether our founders could have imagined such an energetic, diverse, socially conscious and spiritual congregation carrying on into the twenty-first century; but through the decades and centuries, Temple Concord has been, and endures as, a house of learning, community and prayer.
In your search for your Jewish home, we encourage you to explore our website and to make a visit to Temple Concord. Tour our hallowed synagogue, which genuinely reflects the spirituality, history, and religious connections of our congregation, past and present; worship with us; observe our religious school; participate in an educational or community service program; and have your questions answered by clergy, staff and congregants.
For more information or to set up a meeting with the Temple Concord staff, contact Executive Director Jonathan Adler via e-mail or at 315 475-9952 ext. 309
Learn about the vast and rich history of Temple Concord.
Meet our leadership.
Temple Photo Album