According to tradition, a synagogue functions as a house of prayer - Bet Tefillah, a center of learning - Bet Midrash, and a place of gathering - Bet Knesset. Park Synagogue maintains two beautiful campuses to serve these three purposes - Park Synagogue Main in Cleveland Heights and Park Synagogue East in Pepper Pike. Both locations are used extensively for a wide variety of synagogue activities and programs.
Park Synagogue Main is situated on a thirty-three wooded acre campus, set back from Mayfield Road, just west of Taylor Road, in Cleveland Heights. Designed by world renowned architect, Eric Mendelsohn, Park Synagogue Main is the location of Shabbat Morning services. In addition, Friday Evening Services from Spring through Fall, weekday morning services; Saturday Evening Services/Havdalah. High Holiday Services, other holiday and festival services are held at Park Synagogue Main. The Park Synagogue Main Campus also houses the Charlotte Goldberg Community Mikvah and the Administration Offices of the Synagogue.
Park Synagogue East is located east of Park Synagogue Main in Pepper Pike, Ohio. The Park Preschool uses many classrooms in this building for its programs and the Religious School programs are held here on Monday and Thursday afternoons and Sunday mornings.