Congregation Rodeph Sholom Bridgeport, Connecticut

A Welcoming, Egalitarian Conservative Synagogue

Welcome to Congregation Rodeph Sholom

  • The Real Miracle of Hanukkah

    Rodeph Sholom joins the University of Connecticut Department of Judaic Studies to "Bring Judaic Studies to You!"

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  • Hanukkah Celebration!

    Join us and celebrate the miracle of Hanukkah. Light the menorah candles, dinner, services and song.

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  • Join Us!

    We want to say "Chai"! New families or individuals who join receive our “Chai” Membership offer of first-year membership for $180.


We have made it easy for you to read and navigate through all of the programs, activities and services going on at the synagogue through our website. Whether you want to check on daily, weekly or holiday service times, mark your calendar with dates for any of the exciting programs or learning opportunites made available, or read more about upcoming holidays, Torah portions, recipes or what's happening in the Jewish world, you will find it all here at

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Featured Events

Regularly featured events inside and outside the synagogue include dynamic educational, spiritual, social and thought-provoking programs, activities and services. Rodeph Sholom is ideally situated in Fairfield County with easy and open access to a wide range of cultural, social and educational programs and activities from New York City to Boston.



Our connections with Rodeph Sholom and each other are enhanced by our donors. Your financial support helps the synagogue be a focal point where Judaism is brought to life. Numerous charitable giving options enable you to strengthen our future, including the L'Dor V'Dor Annual Fund, planned giving, memorial and simcha donations and more. 



Join Us

We are a welcoming Egalitarian Conservative congregation located at the crossroads of Fairfield and Trumbull Eastern Fairfield County. Our Congregation is a dynamic mix of generations. Your Rodeph Sholom family includes Rabbi Amy LevinCantor Michelle Teplitz, Rabbi Emeritus Israel Stein, a dedicated staff; and volunteer lay leaders.


Get Involved

Rodeph Sholom is a sacred kehilla (community), offering a wide range of opportunities to be involved at any stage of life. From weekday worship and holiday celebration to stimulating adult and family Jewish education offerings to social action opportunities and more, you will find yourself welcome like no other as part of our community.



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