Yes, it’s true! We’re re-opening soon!


Beginning May 1, we will be inviting our community back to our spiritual home for a number of in-person activities.

We will continue to take precautions to ensure the safety of our community including, wearing a mask at all times (both inside and outside), physical distancing and requiring a health screening prior to attendance at any activity.

ALL PARTICIPANTS MUST PRE-REGISTER for attendance of in person activities and clearly indicate the number of attendees you are reserving space for. See registration links below or call the office at 860-233-8215 and speak to Michelle Meyer.

At this time, we are limiting in-person activities to the following:

      • Friday night and Saturday morning Shabbat Service will be held in the courtyard (up to 36 people) weather permitting, and will be moved into the sanctuary (up to 75 people) in the case of inclement weathe,r or if we exceed our capacity. Anyone pre-registered will receive an email on Friday morning indicating the location of the service.
      • Sunday morning YEP students will meet outdoors weather permitting and will move to virtual teaching if not able to gather. Only students and staff will be allowed at the synagogue during YEP programming.
      • Saturday morning Torah Study (up to 15 people) will be held in Feldman Hall.
      • The Learning Center will be open Friday evening prior to services for checking out books or reviewing the displays (up to three people).
      • The office and meetings with clergy/staff will be by appointment only.
      • The chapel and sanctuary will be available for personal prayer by appointment only.

If you are unable to attend in person, don’t worry: we will continue to provide VIRTUAL ACCESS to all of our programming. Moving to this hybrid model is exciting and we appreciate your patience as we work through the logistics of our new format.

WE NEED YOUR HELP to facilitate our services! We are looking for:

      • Greeters to help with screening for in-person programming
      • Ushers to direct people to distanced seating
      • Technology enthusiasts who would be interested in learning how to manage our camera systems

Please contact Tracy Mozingo by email tmozingo@cbict.org or by calling 860-920-5384 to learn more about how you can help.