Welcome to Park Synagogue 

The Park Synagogue is a place where every congregant can feel comfortable along his/her own personal life journey. We offer intellectual vigor coupled with the warmth of family. Connecting to others will enhance your connection to Judaism. Whether it is through song or study, through public celebration or private reflection, there is something for everyone at Park. We take seriously the notion that a congregation should bring together people of all ages for a shared experience. We look forward to seeing you here!

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Learn More About Park

A look back and forward of 150 years of park!

Limited Edition

Park 150 Yearbook

Purchase your yearbook online for $20.00 starting Tuesday, June 25th, 
and pick it up beginning on June 27th. 

There have been a limited number of copies made of the Park 150 Yearbook, making this a true Park treasure. 

Friday, February 21 @ Park Synagogue EAST

6:00 pm Family Shabbat Service 
Music, Singing, Participation & Fun for the whole congregation.

Saturday, February 22 @ Park Synagogue EAST

9:00 am Service begins
9:45 am Torah Service
Shabbat Clubhouse (9:00 am - 12:00 pm)*
9:30 am Confirmation
No Youth Service
10:45 am Rabbi Skoff will speak on:
"What We Hope To See In Our Leaders"

6:00 pm Evening Service - Park Synagogue MAIN
Celebrating the Bar Mitzvah of Evan Scott - Miller Chapel

Sunday, February 23 @ Park Synagogue EAST

8:30 am Morning Minyan
9:15 am Sunday School
                Bar/Bat Mitzvah Club
9:30 am Talmud Class
11:00 am Rabbi Skoff's Bible Class
12:00 pm Annual Youth Group Hamantashen Bake

5:30 pm Evening Service

Services & Learning

 

Our vision at Park Synagogue is for everyone to feel included. We are blessed by the diversity of our congregants - religious and secular, conservative and liberal, male, female, and transgender, gay and straight, young and old. At Park, everybody feels empowered. Everybody belongs.

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Announcements

Looking for a Kidney Donor

Our member, Ed Lerman, is urgently in need of a kidney transplant.  Please help spread the word to family and friends who might be able to donate a kidney to Ed.  He is working with Renewal to help network and spread the word around the country.  If you want more information or to contact Ed, please contact Ellen Petler at (216) 371-2244 ext. 122 or epetler@parksyn.org, who will pass the message on to the Lermans. Thank you for any help you can give. 

Security

We are committed to providing a safe and secure environment for all.  Our doors at Park East are kept locked during the times of Morning and Evening Minyan (as well as throughout the day). We are providing all Minyan attendees with their own unique 4-digit number code to gain entry for these services.  This code is yours only and shouldn’t be shared. Please contact Stuart Deicher, Executive Director, at 216-371-2244, Ext. 136, or email him at sdeicher@parksyn.org, to receive your code.  Of course, you can always ring our call button at the door for entry.   All are welcome and we hope to see you at Minyan.

 

One Synagogue - two locations

Park Synagogue East

27500 Shaker Boulevard

Pepper Pike, OH 44124

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Park Synagogue Main

3300 Mayfield Road

Cleveland Heights, OH 44118

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Park Synagogue EAST
27500 Shaker Boulevard

Pepper Pike, OH 44124

(216) 371-2244 phone

(216) 321-0639 fax

Contact us

Park Synagogue MAIN
3300 Mayfield Road

Cleveland Heights, OH 44118

NO MAIL ACCEPTED
AT THIS ADDRESS

GROUPS

Youth groups

Havurot*

Volunteer opportunities

Bar/Bat Mitzvah Club*

Social Action Committee*

Family Life Council*

Young Mensches
(link to Facebook page)

Women's Rosh Chodesh Group*

Park Family Connection*

Gesher*

Men's Club (link to own website)

Sisterhood*

Park Senior Adults*

Keruv Connection*

Neshama (link to Facebook page)

College Outreach

EVENTS & NEWS

Upcoming Events

Previous Events

News | The Park Bulletin

Community Links*

 

*Coming soon!
 

Park Synagogue is affiliated with the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism.