is Cape Cod Synagogues seniors' group and meets every Wednesday at 11:00 in the Social Hall of the Cape Cod Synagogue. Speakers from a wide variety of disciplines present on a topic of interest every week, followed by a brown bag lunch. All are welcome to join in the friendship and learning of La'Am.
(Cape Temple Youth) This is the local branch of the National Federation of Temple Youth, a Reform Jewish Community for High School students. CAPTY is led by an elected board and guided by a Youth Commission. Junior CAPTY for 6th to 8th grades is the stepping stone to CAPTY. Various programs are held throughout the year. Both CAPTY groups build friendship, leadership skills, and lifelong Reform Jewish identities. Contact:
Sissenwine Food Pantry
The Food Pantry needs milk, canned protein, cereal, healthy soups individually packaged fruits. Shelf-stable milk, peanut butter/jelly, pasta sauce. No pork or shellfish please. Bring to Synagogue. Thank you!
NOAH Shelter Volunteers Needed - All you need is three or more friends or family members to help shop for the ingredients, prepare the dinner at the Synagogue or at home, and deliver it to the Shelter. We'll provide recipes and shopping lists. Donations are welcome. Contact:
Committees & Groups
Want to volunteer? There are many opportunities to join groups or help on projects.. Contact :
In 2012/13 the Cape Cod Synagogue went solar. See how much energy and tree that have been saved. Live Data Solar
We, the women of Cape Cod Synagogue, members of Women for Reform Judaism, an affiliate of the Union of Reform Judaism, gather in sisterhood and community to support one another in our daily and congregational lives. To serve within our synagogue and the Cape Cod community by presenting diverse programs, which enhance our lives, and to be a presence in presenting and furthering Progressive Judaism on Cape Cod, in North America, Israel and around the world.