The Lodzer Synagogue is a Conservative Synagogue, fully egalitarian – where women are encouraged to participate in services and count in the minyan. Founded by Holocaust survivors from Lodz, Poland, the shul has a rich history and a strong connection to the Shoah – providing valuable education within the community. The Lodzer is a family-oriented shul with a warm, inclusive community. Membership is reasonable and we love new members. Each Shabbat we have a lovely kiddush lunch following services. Give us a try – you’re welcome anytime!
Rabbi Moshe Meirovich was born in Regina, Saskatchewan and raised in Toronto. Upon completion of high school he spent one year studying in Israel and returned to the United States where he studied at the Teacher Institute of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. He received his Bachelor of Arts from Columbia University and pursued his Cantorial degree at the Manhattan School for Cantors. He served congregations in New York, New Jersey, Florida and Maryland and received his Master of Arts in Education from American University in Washington, D.C. and his Rabbinic Ordination from Tiferet Yisrael Rabbinical Yeshiva. Rabbi/Hazzan Meirovich is a certified Mohel and studied course work towards a PhD in Rabbinics at Baltimore Hebrew University. Presently, Rabbi Meirovich is completing a Doctorate in Jewish Studies from the Spertus Institute in Chicago. After many years, the rabbi has returned and serves as the spiritual leader of the Lodzer Centre Congregation.