Etz Chaim Sephardic Congregation was founded in 1906 by men and women who were determined to create a Sephardic presence in Indianapolis
that focused on maintaining Sephardic Halacha (law), customs, and
traditions, acts of loving kindness, and, foremost, a belief in the
Almighty, G-d of Israel. Etz Chaim continues to hold true to these
principles and thrives as an Orthodox Sephardic synagogue. For nearly a
century the Kahal has maintained a strong Shabbat program with Erev
Shabbat (Friday night) to Sunday morning services, an inviting and warm
Oneg Shabbat Kiddush, programs and classes for men and women, along with
other youth programming.
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