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The Community Free Synagogue

 P.O. Box 07144  Fort Myers, FL 33919

 239.274.7485 (SHUL)    synfree@comcast.net  

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

 

Now in its 10th year, The Community Free Synagogue is a new and exciting model for the 21st century American synagogue: a thriving spiritual village! We do not sell memberships. The synagogue is an open community resource whose mission is prayer, study and benevolent acts. We comfortably support ourselves through a spirit of volunteerism and by the generosity of the hundreds of households that make C.F.S. their congregational home. All of our programs and events, including youth Hebrew and Jewish education, are open to all without fees or solicitations.

Traditional Sabbath Eve dinner every Friday evening at 6:30

 It's free, casual and reservations are not needed. Bring a hallah, 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 from 9:30-11:30 AM: Torah Study with the rabbi preceded by a light breakfast

Our doors are open at all times with never a charge.

 

 

C.F.S. Yom Hashoah Photos Courtesy of the News-Press

 

(see entire News-Press story)

 

 

 

 

C.F.S. at the Salute to Israel before the Miracles Ball Game on Thursday May 12. We gave out these stickers and bumper stickers and lots of home-baked Israel cookies!

         

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Read about us in Rabbi Kerry Olitzky's new book:  New Membership & Financial Alternatives for the American Synagogue

C.F.S. recipient of prestigious Chai Minded Grant!     Read about us in Florida Weekly!

 

"The world is supported by 3 things:  Learning, Worship and Acts of kindness."  (Avot 1:2)