High Holidays are approaching quickly!

Get your tickets today by becoming a member of SOJC.  Call 407-239-5444 or email us at office@sojc.org today for more information.
To ensure the safety of our congregants and the spirituality of the services, a security guard will be posted at the door and tickets must be shown to enter SOJC.
L’Shana Tovah and G’Mar Chatimah Tovah

  • Tree of Life – $60 for 60 Days!

    Commemorate your family’s simchas on SOJC’s Tree of Life in the building’s lobby. Each leaf is $108 to have your message engraved and shared with the community, HOWEVER… for a limited time each leaf will be $60.00 for 60 days! So why not take this......

  • Scholar in Residence for Shabbat and Slichot Program and Services

    Scholar-in-Residence & Slichot Services Join us on Shabbat morning September 20 and for Slichot Services that evening as we welcome in a special Scholar-in-Residence to SOJC, Professor Dr. Walter Herzberg from the the Jewish Theological Seminary in New York. Following a special kiddush luncheon after......

  • High Holiday Tickets and Child Care Info

    Rosh Hashanah 24th of September 2014 (Wednesday) 7:00 pm Evening Service – Ma’ariv 25th of September 2014 (Thursday) 9:00 am Morning Service – Shacharit & Musaf 7:00 pm Evening Service – Ma’ariv 26th of September 2014 (Friday) 9:00 am Morning Service – Shacharit & Musaf......

Welcome to Southwest Orlando Jewish Congregation

Here you will find warmth and joy, community and purpose.

We would like to welcome you to Southwest Orlando Jewish Congregation, a growing congregation of families and individuals whose lives reflect a sense of belonging and commitment to each other, our families, the State of Israel, and the larger Jewish world. We love to inspire, engage and nourish as we join together in a shared journey with our kehillah k’doshah, sacred community. Every member at every age, every level of knowledge or practice is supported, challenged and stimulated by an increased understanding of Jewish values and spiritual enrichment. We are a diverse Synagogue family, coming from many places and backgrounds, and we work together to connect to the deep well of our traditions. We delight in welcoming newcomers as we honor our roots.


 What Can SOJC Offer You?

A meaningful Conservative Judaism commitment with participatory, energetic and egalitarian services each Shabbat and during Jewish Holidays and Festivals.

 Rabbinical, Torah, Hebrew, Culture and Current Event Classes for Adults


 Religious School (pre-K- High School); Bar and Bat Mitzvah Training

 Tot Shabbat for Pre-School Children


 Gifted and Dedicated Professionals Helping Us Achieve Our Goals: Rabbi Hillel Skolnik and Cantor Doug Ramsay

 Holiday Celebrations and Education


 Monthly Social, Cultural and Community Action Programs and Events