The Reform Judaism congregation’s parsonage at 8 Banksville Road was the former residence of the synagogue’s founding rabbi, Douglas E. Krantz, who retired on July 31 last year.
The congregation’s sanctuary, religious school and administrative offices at 2 Banksville Road are unaffected by the transaction.
The congregation proposes to sell the parsonage to Christopher and Holly Amorosana.
Religious organizations and charities must get permission from the state Attorney General’s office before selling property.
In its court papers filed Jan. 10 the congregation stated that the sale is necessary because under Krantz’s employment contract the congregation must purchase his 80 percent share of the home upon his retirement.
The congregation’s board voted to approve the sale at an Oct. 16 special meeting.