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Chabad of Eastern Connecticut
The Chabad Lubavitch chapter of Eastern Connecticut located in New London, CT

Congregation Ahavath Chesed
An Orthodox synagogue located in New London, CT

Congregation Beth El
A Conservative synagogue located in New London, CT

Congregatiopn Brothers of Joseph
An Orthodox synagogue located in Norwich, CT

Connecticut College Hillel
The Connecticut College chapter of Hillel: The Foundation for Jewish Campus Life

Jewish Federation of Eastern Connecticut
A not-for-profit corporation that supports humanitarian, social service and educational efforts in Eastern Connecticut, in Israel and around the world

Solomon Schechter Academy
A Jewish day school offering a program of outstanding secular and Judaic studies to students in eastern Connecticut and western Rhode Island

Temple Emanu-El
A Reform synagogue located in Waterford, CT

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How to Convert to Judaism

The process varies from movement to movement, but certain rituals are common to all of them.

History of the Reform Movement

America's largest Jewish denomination, Reform began in 19th-century Germany.

What Is Reconstructionist Judaism?

The smallest and youngest of the so-called "big four" American Jewish denominations.