The Ellen Jeanne Goldfarb Community Learning Center has Judaic resources located in one space that are easily accessible.
Our Learning Center is open to the community. Guests may borrow resources from our library collection with advance approval.
Over 13,000 volumes are held in the Deborah Library, making it one of the largest synagogue libraries in Connecticut.
Abraham J. Feldman Museum
Marjorie L. Rafal Archives
The Center also houses the Abraham J. Feldman Museum and the Marjorie L. Rafal Archives, two treasures with artifacts of classic Reform Judaism in Connecticut from the past 160 years.
The Center includes the Miller Media Center, with free wifi and public access computers, and an AV room, with a wide-screen monitor for projecting PowerPoint presentations, as well as for movies, Internet, and dish tv.
There is also a bright and attractive children’s room with a mural hand-painted by local artist Carolann Dvorak.
In June 2014, the Learning Center received Advanced Accreditation by the Association of Jewish Libraries.
The Center is open to the public, but a phone call to confirm times is recommended. 860-233-2815.