Welcome home. There’s a lot to love here.
An exceptional K-8 religious school. A flourishing preschool. (Hurry, it’s filling up fast!) Thought-provoking educational programs for all ages, awesome social events, and warm and inspiring clergy.
And that’s just the beginning. Come get to know us.
SO MANY THINGS TO DO
Our vibrant & dynamic Beth El Fairfield community offers a ton of fantastic events, programs, and activities. Here’s where you’ll find virtual events, and in-person events as soon as social distancing is over.
Keeping our community connected
Even though we can’t always meet in person — or may choose not to — we can still get together virtually for spiritual and educational programming! Please contact the office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 203-374-5544 for instructions on how to join us virtually.
Note: All eligible in-person attendees must show proof of vaccination or a recent negative COVID test. In addition, everyone must wear a mask while in our building.
In person & Virtual: Monday, Thursday & Sunday
Virtual only: Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday
Weekdays at 7:30 AM, Sunday at 8:30 AM
Friday at 6 PM
Saturday at 10 AM
Email email@example.com for an online siddur.
“We’re not just neighbors standing next to each other.
We’re a community that feels like family, in a place that feels like home.”
Beth El Fairfield-B’nai Torah Collaboration Mission Statement:
As Conservative synagogues, it is our goal to provide all congregants with vibrant and engaging opportunities for Jewish observance, learning, celebration, and social action. Seeking to strengthen Conservative Judaism in our community, Congregations Beth El Fairfield and B’nai Torah are collaborating and exploring partnerships in various aspects of congregational life and learning to assess the potential of what we can accomplish together to enhance our congregants’ and communities’ synagogue lives.
Our mission is to be the center of Jewish spirituality for all in the Fairfield area:
- To serve as a vessel for prayer, Jewish ritual, and tradition.
- To sustain our loving Jewish community, serving its spiritual and social needs.
- To educate our youth and adults, and to instill a sense of belonging.