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 P.O. Box 07144

  Fort Myers, FL 33919

(239) 466-6671



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The Community Free Synagogue

We meet in the Southwest Florida Masonic Center  10868 Metro Pkwy in South Fort Myers (MAP) 

Traditional Sabbath Eve dinner every Friday evening at 6:30

(It's free, casual and reservations are not needed. Bring a dish (no dairy please), some cookies or a bottle of wine if you'd like!)


Worship every Friday evening at 7:30 PM followed by a coffee hour


Each Saturday 9:30-11:30 AM: Torah Study preceded by a light breakfast

(A breakfast nosh is always welcome!) 


Our doors are open at all times with never a charge. Dress "Florida Casual".


Brown Bag Movie Night 6:30 PM Thursday March 22

Pack your dinner- soft drinks and admission is free!


Come bake matzah with the Rabbi on Thursday March 29 6:30-8:30 in the synagogue kitchen.

1st Night Community Free Seder 6:30 PM Friday March 30. Bring your own wine. For reservations email synfreersvp@gmail.com   Filled to capacity.


Thursday April 5 6:30-9:00PM Special Holocaust Memorial Month Class:

Women of the Holocaust

Professor Jessica Evers, Associate Director of the Florida Gulf Coast University Judaic, Holocaust and Genocide Center teaches extended class, intensely focusing on the female experience during the Holocaust. During the Nazi reign of terror from 1933 to 1945, Jewish men and women were equally targeted for persecution and annihilation. However, the specific study of the female experience helps us to understand all aspects of the Holocaust, including those of men, both as victims and perpetrators. This course will examine the roles of the women during the Holocaust as victims, rescuers, resistors, and perpetrators. Free and open to all.



Yom Hasho'ah begins Wednesday night April 11

Join us 7:00 PM that evening at the synagogue.

We will offer prayers and light candles for the victims and screen the documentary