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About the UJC

If you are looking for a social Jewish community, a place for grownups and kids to learn about Judaism and Torah, worship that encourages participation as we seek to find our relationship with God, or involvement in social action and justice programs, the UJC has something to offer you.

From book clubs to an adult choir, Brotherhood for men and Sisterhood for women, social gatherings, opportunities for civic engagement, the UJC wants to be your Jewish home in Danbury.

Our unique blend of worship styles lets Jews from the huge spectrum of ritual observance come together for our Shabbat and festival services. Our monthly Shabbat for All Ages services is specifically geared to children, interfaith families, and people who are more comfortable with English than Hebrew. 

Our Religious School gives our kids a chance to learn and experience Judaism in a loving and warm environment.

We host Shabbat services twice weekly: on Friday evening and on Saturday morning. The Shabbat evening service provides an inspiring and warm experience, which includes congregational singing, music and prayer led by Cantor Kessler. 

Shabbat morning is equally warm and is more traditional in nature. Our Shabbat morning experience includes congregational singing and prayers led by Cantor Kessler, and chanting of the weekly Torah portion and Haftarah. 

Wed, October 20 2021 14 Cheshvan 5782