Heska Amuna moved to its current address in 1960. At that time, the building had a social hall, kitchen, education wing, and a few offices. Services were held in the social hall utilizing a portable bimah and Ark with folding chairs. One of the larger classrooms was used as a chapel. Opening in 1967, the addition of the sanctuary, chapel, library, a stage in the social hall, and more offices completed the project.
Click on any of the links below to explore the art in our synagogue. Learn about the artists and their works that adorn our sacred space. If you would like to contribute information or images, please contact our Beautification Committee chair, Marilyn Burnett.
A brief history of our Synagogue and Building
Explore the art in our Sanctuary
Explore the stained glass windows in our Sanctuary
Explore the art in our Social Hall and Foyer
Explore the art of Ernie Gross
Explore the art of Arnold Schwarzbart
Explore the art of Sylvia Hyman
Explore the mural art in our classrooms created by Esther Sitver