Kesher Zion Synagogue
Kesher Zion Synagogue was founded in 1929 by the merger of two previously organized congregations, B'nai Zion and Kesher Israel. Our present synagogue was built in 1950 and has been occupied ever since.
The synagogue has a devoted Sisterhood, active Men's Club and a vibrant Hebrew School. Our Children's Library and our Adult's Library both contain valuable resources that we make available to the entire Reading Community.
As a service to our members and the community at large, our Sisterhood Judaica Shop and PTA Wine Store are stocked with all of the items necessary to enhance and beautify Jewish observance.
Kesher Zion seeks to encourage the involvement of its members and create a special sense of belonging, while stressing the joy within Judaism.
Our egalitarian synagogue is committed to meeting the religious, social, educational, and cultural needs of its members within the framework of the Conservative Movement.
Kesher Zion Synagogue also recognizes its responsibilities to provide a public place for worship, to observe Jewish life cycles, and to support the local community and the State of Israel.