- The city's oldest synagogue, the congregation of this Reform Jewish temple began meeting around the 1850s, but wasn't formally chartered until 1874. The congregation adheres to the three-fold function of Judaism (worship, education and fellowship) with popular programs designed to serve all age groups. A founding member of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations (UAHC), the temple serves over 1,250 families from all around the city. Services take place at 8pm on Fridays and 10:30am on Saturdays. Tot Shabbat services for families with children younger than six are held at 7pm on Fridays. Junior Congregation services for youth in grades one-four are held on Fridays following Tot Shabbat.