Cape Cod Synagogue, now in our 85th year, has sustained a dynamic culture for Reform Jewish identity on the Cape while being a prominent organization that helps individuals and families regardless of their religious affiliation. Under the leadership of Rabbi David Freelund for the past 14 years, Cape Cod Synagogue has made significant contributions in response to important social justice issues and needs that affect all of our residents. Cape Cod Synagogue is welcoming and inclusive of the LGBTQ community; has been instrumental in providing for the homeless, ailing, and those experiencing hardship; continues to present a community-wide dinner on Christmas Day annually for over 30 years to the greater community in need as well as monthly dinners to St. Joseph’s House (formerly the Noah Shelter); helps numerous families with their individual needs; and has aligned with Habitat for Humanity in helping them to build homes on Cape Cod. The Synagogue also plays a leading role in the interfaith community by taking part in, and hosting services and programs throughout the year.
How good and how pleasing it is for brothers and sisters to dwell together in unity. Sharing our destiny as a Jewish family and celebrating each other’s happiness.