|Congregation Achduth Vesholom|
|Location||5200 Old Mill Road,
Fort Wayne, Indiana, U.S.
|Country||United States of America|
|Leadership||Rabbi Javier E. Cattapan
Rabbi Emeritus Richard B. Safran
President Joe Cohen
It is the oldest synagogue in Indiana, having been formed initially as a German Orthodox congregation on October 26, 1848. Originally, its name was "The Society for Visiting the Sick and Burying the Dead". At the outset, the congregation worshiped in private homes.
In 1857, the synagogue purchased a building on Harrison Street for $1,200 ($30,800 today), which was dedicated as a synagogue. The first rabbi was Joseph Solomon, who served until 1859. In 1861, the congregation adopted its current name, which means "Unity and Peace".