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The Stamford Historical Society

The Stamford Historical Society, the municipal historian of Stamford, is an educational and research institution, whose primary functions are to collect, preserve, conserve, interpret, and exhibit materials relating to Stamford, Connecticut and our region in order to engage citizens in the telling of their stories.

 

Jewish Educational Links

Navigating the Bible: On-Line Tutor

This is the Five Books of Moses along with commentaries;  the weekly reading with Hebrew, translation, transliteration and chanting;  selections from Prophets that accompanies the weekly and holiday Torah readings;  the blessings before and after reading the Torah; and more.

 

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The Jerusalem Post

Haaretz Daily

 

Supporting Israel

Israel Bonds

 

Jewish Organizations and Affiliations

The Council of Churches and Synagogues

The Council of Churches and Synagogues comprises 110 congregations and affiliate organizations in Darien, Greenwich, New Canaan, Norwalk and Stamford. Formed in 1938, it has been an example of interfaith cooperation, providing programs and activities to foster religious understanding and community support.

Union for Reform Judaism (URJ)

Temple Sinai is a member of the New York Region of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations (UAHC), now known as the Union for Reform Judaism (URJ), and takes advantage of the resources of the URJ, participates in various forums, and communicates with other member congregations.

Jewish Community Center

Temple Sinai and the Jewish Community Center participate in a 20/20 program through which a member of one organization can join the other at a 20% off the first year's dues.

United Jewish Federation of Greater Stamford, Darien and New Canaan

Temple Sinai is an affiliate of the United Jewish Federation, which raises money for the local Jewish community and for Jews in need throughout the world. It also provides community-wide educational programs.

The Jewish Historical Society of Lower Fairfield County

Founded in 1983, the JHSFC serves communities in Fairfield County which share a common Jewish heritage, making us part of an extended family. The JHSFC is the largest secular Jewish organization in the area reaching out to all Jewish organizations and partners to provide engaging educational programming on a wide range of topics of Jewish interest.

The JHSFC maintains the only Jewish Archives in Fairfield County and is an unparalleled resource for students, researchers, organizations and residents. The Oral History and Veterans Project record personal histories. JHSFC also maintains the Harry Rosenbaum JHS Judaica Library at the JCC with over 3,000 volumes, reference materials and an extensive Holocaust collection.

Elayne and James Schoke Jewish Family Service of Fairfield County

Since 1978, Elayne and James Schoke Jewish Family Service of Fairfield County  has been all about families and community. Our mission is to sustain families and individuals through all of life’s challenges and build strong, healthy communities.An ever-changing, ever-evolving social service agency, JFS is a presence in the community that continuously responds to challenges with the highest degree of professionalism, so that those who need us the most can benefit from our services.

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