On Belonging - Membership Matters

As members of Chizuk Amuno, we find strength, sustenance, and growth in the collective. At the same time, every individual here has different points of contact with our community. Parents of young children, teenagers, seniors, interfaith couples, gay and lesbian Jews, new members, and fifth-generation families all have multiple avenues for participation. Members find meaning through worship, learning, and volunteering in the synagogue and beyond our walls. Whichever path you walk, as a member of Chizuk Amuno, you belong here.

To become a member of Chizuk Amuno Congregation, please complete and return the application. For more information, contact Glenn Easton, Executive Director at Z2Vhc3RvbkBjaGl6dWthbXVuby5vcmc=,  or  Cheryl Snyderman, Member Engagement at Y3NueWRlcm1hbkBjaGl6dWthbXVuby5vcmc= or by phone at 410-486-6400, ext. 300.

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