75 Synagogues in Israel
Achdut Israel - Oley Ha'Gardom
independence Revisionist "unity of Israel" prayed with Etzel and Lehi fighters.
In recent years, the synagogue became an attraction for the young people of the city, some say due to the late hour of prayer, there is marking the consecration and the atmosphere every Saturday, but above all the cordial hospitality of veterans of the synagogue, led by the treasurer Hmitlogi - Joseph and Vitelzon late.
The website was created to reveal the synagogue special general public as well as to allow those interested to view information and updated at various events.
Aish HaTorah - Jerusalem
Beit Mashiach Chabad Beer Sheva
Beth Knesset Letzeirim Moriah
Chabad Bat Yam
Chabad Center of Be'er Sheva
Chabad Lubavitch of Ashkelon
Chabad of Arad
Chabad of Ashdod
Chabad of Herzliya
Chabad of Nahariya
Chabad activities in Nahariya operate out of the Shehunat Givat Osishkin location including the Mikve, Colel and a preschool program. Shabbat hospitality is available.
Chabad of the Dead Sea
Chabad of Tiberias
Chabad Shul in Mitzpe Ramon
n the north eastern neighborhood of Jerusalem's Old City, stands an active synagogue and Torah Research Institute rich in history; it is called Chazon Yechezkel. At the turn of the century, when the Jewish people comprised 70% of the Old City's population, Jews from Russia established the shul and a mikvah. The shul flourished and served as a center of Jewish life until the notorious pogroms of the 1920's, when the Jewish population of what is today the Muslim Quarter was forced to flee for their lives, leaving behind all of their possessions, shuls and institutions.
Congregation Bet Yosef
Eyaht Women's College of Jewish Studies
EYAHT, the Aish HaTorah College of Jewish Studies for Women, offers a comprehensive, multi-level study program for university and professional women from all backgrounds.
Thought provoking and stimulating courses are designed to inspire Jewish women to maximize their potential. Students learn how to integrate Torah into every aspect of their lives and become empowered to achieve personal greatness.
Givat Pinchas D'Boston
Shmulik neighborhood. Mizrachi congregation.
One of the most well-known and highly visited synagogues in Safed is the Ashkenazi HaAri Synagogue. This synagogue is the perfect setting to learn about the origins of tikkun olam (the Kabbalistic idea of repairing the world) and about the Kabbalah itself. Also, hear about the Ari and his contribution to Kabbalah and be amazed by the worshippers' story of survival during the War of Independence. If you want to see one of the oldest surviving synagogues in Safed, and the place where the Ari loved to spend his time, then check out the Sephardic HaAri Synagogue.
Hazvi Yisrael Synagogue (Hovevei)
It is the Central synagogue of thecity and is located just behind the Carlton hotel. It is named after the city’s first rabbi, Aharon Keller. The names of Nahariya’s fallen are inscribed on the walls of the entrance hall. Services follow the standard Ashkanazi custom but incorporate some German customs.
Heichal Aharon Centeral synagogue of Nahariya
Jerusalem Great Synagogue
The Jerusalem Great Synagogue was founded on the 15th of Av, 5742 (1982) as a spiritual, religious, cultural and social center for Jerusalem and world Jewry.
Dedicated to the memory of the Six Million Jewish martyrs who perished in the Holocaust and to those who sacrificed their lives for the establishment and defense of the State of Israel, it serves as a permanent reminder of both the tragedies and hopes of the Jewish People and symbolizes the perseverance and continuity of the Jewish People in the face of adversity. Through the majestic beauty of the Synagogue, captivating prayer services, inspiring Torah study, lectures and other meaningful activities which take place in the Synagogue each week, their memories are honored and their legacy is preserved and strengthened.
The Jerusalem Great Synagogue encompasses the Main Sanctuary, the Sephardic Hechal Jacob Synagogue, the Bet Midrash Be'er Miriam, the Friedler Banquet Hall, The Maurice and Vivienne Wohl Entrance Hall, the Jacob, Z"L, and Dr. Belle Rosenbaum Mezuzah Collectionand the Dr. Maurice Jaffe Plaza.
The Jerusalem Great Synagogue, with both a world renowned Cantor and internationally-acclaimed choir, is one of the world's chief repositories for Jewish Ashkenazic liturgical music. With a mandate to preserve the vast repertoire of the cantorial and choral chants of pre-war Europe while injecting the music of modern Israel, the Synagogue's Cantor and Choir officiate regularly on Shabbatot, Holidays and Israel Independence Day.
Kehilat Emet V'Shalom
Reform synagogue serving the Western Galilee. Kabbalat Shabbat (Friday evening) and holiday evening prayer services are held in the municipal community center.
We, members of the Har-El, a liberal Jewish community are farmhouse deep religious heritage of our people, and at the same time we participate actively in the
Kehilat Kol HaNeshama
Kehilat Mevasseret Zion
(clenched) consists of people like that together create a Jewish community, and spiritual life and the values ??that are sacred, associated with tradition and connection to the roots. We believe that the Jewish tradition and heritage, and Jewish ethics are an integral part of the Israeli-Jewish identity in contemporary.Community emphasizes the commandments between man and man and allows thought and action to religious ritual into consideration the changes Sometimes, the evolution of society, science and technology.
Community Mevaseret Zion allowing a wider audience and multi-colored the community to express their Jewishness in egalitarian and democratic.Mevasseret Zion, which now numbers some 30,000 families is a community response to secularism seek to ensure a life cycle events have a deep meaning for them, in a liberal, modern, learn and work for social justice through religious ideas. Therefore, it consolidates military police officer variety of people and groups from different backgrounds and have many common denominators
KEHILAT TORAT HAYIM
Kehilat Torat Hayim was founded in 1978. It now numbers more than 120 adults (from families and single members) and has a diverse population of native-born Israelis and former residents of Europe, North and South America, South Africa, Asia and Australia.
The congregation is led by Rabbi Ary Glikin from Argentina who made Aliya in May, 2008. He is an active member of the Rabbinical Assembly of Israel. The Kehila is affiliated with the Masorti Movement (the Conservative Movement in Israel) and actively participates in its programs. Members of the Kehila join in the planning annually for the winter study day of the Central Region of the Women’s League for Conservative Judaism in Israel and for its national study day in June.
The congregation is fully egalitarian. Members participate actively and generously in tefilot as Torah readers and Schlichai Tzibur. The schedule contains weekly Shabbat services each Friday evening and Shabbat morning. There is a youth service one Shabbat morning each month and a Kabbalat Shabbat service monthly conducted in the style of Carlebach. Seudot Shabbat are scheduled through the year for different members of the Kehila (Noar, Young Adult, Adult). All Chagim are part of the tefilot schedule.
The Kehila has an active social action agenda and it is recognized annually by the City of Herzliya for its dedication and commitment to their Food Bank program.
Adult education classes, evening lectures, commemorations, special Tefilot and other cultural programs including day trips are part of the activity profile of the Kehila. Under the leadership of Rabbi Glikin, voluntary committees within the Kehila develop, plan and sponsor special programming.
Kehilat Yonatan is an independent Reform congregation in Hod Hasharon, an expanding residential town some 15 kms. north of Tel Aviv.
Established in 2001 as a registered charitable organization, our congregation is named in memory of Yonatan Boyden z”l, who served in an elite parachute regiment and was killed in 1993 while on active service in southern Lebanon.
Kehilat Yonatan holds regular Shabbat and festival services in a welcoming, egalitarian family atmosphere and places special emphasis upon the needs of the young. Our congregation sponsors a Social Justice Committee and also organizes educational, cultural and social activities.
Kehilat Yonatan established the Sharon Centre for Jewish Studies, which is a Beit Midrash for Jewish learning. The Centre sponsors exciting lecture series on Jewish themes, which are delivered by the foremost exponents in their fields. The programmes have been very well received by the public at large in the Sharon region.
Our congregation plans to sponsor major additional spiritual and academic programmes on Jewish themes in the future.
Kehillat Netzach Israel
Founded in 1967, Kehillat Netzach Israel is one of the more established Masorti (Conservative) synagogues in Israel. Our congregation offers an egalitarian, pluralistic and family-orientated approach to Judaism and caters to a range of languages. A melting pot of modern Israeli society with members from many different backgrounds.
There are five on-site TALI Kindergarten classes and a comprehensive Afternoon Day-Care program, NOAM Youth Movement activities, Adult Education programs, a Conversion program, a Bar/Bat Mitzvah program and a Summer Day Camp as well as on-going ritual and Holiday activities.
We provide a wide range of social and educational programs with Jewish content, reaching
out into the wider community.
Kehillat Sulam Yaakov
Ohr Hachaim HaKadosh Synagogue
Ohr Somayach - Jerusalem
Nearly a quarter of a century ago, a handful of students began meeting with a cadre of teachers in unheated rented quarters. There was warmth and genuine caring, and the studies were conducted in an atmosphere of frank and open dialogue.
Both of these traits - warmth and open dialogue - have continued to characterize Ohr Somayach and to bring the warmth and dialogue of Jewish learning to tens of thousands of students from Capetown to California. Over the years that original nucleus developed into a network of colleges and seminar programs spanning the globe.
The Old Acre Development Company Ltd. was founded in 1967 and is now headed by CEO David Harari.
The Old Acre Development Company is a government company subordinate to the Ministry of Tourism. The Company's aim is to implement the tasks outlined in the Company's statute, namely develop the Old City and make it an international tourist city.
The Company is funded by all government ministries according to its realms of activity.
Its revenues are invested in developing the Old City and marketing it in line with a regional concept featuring accommodation (hotels), tours and visits to the sites and attractions of Acre and the surrounding area. Its revenues are further invested in promoting and initiating the financial aspect required for the city to thrive.
A Visitors and Reservations Center was set up in the Enchanted Garden, which is located in the Northern Anchor at the entrance to Old Acre, as a public service. The Center provides information and can be used to make reservations for accommodation and visits to the various sites in Acre, Western Galilee, Upper Galilee, Haifa, the Carmel Mountain Range and Nazareth.
Shimon Ha Tzadik
Shir Hadash is a Synagogue, Educational Institute and Community Center dedicated to:
Inspiring Jewish identity through study, observance and social action that is joyous, passionate about ethics and inspired with hesed;
Encouraging the love and respect of every Jew and the pursuit of Jewish unity;
The rebuilding of Israel, both physically and spiritually, so that the Jewish people may best fulfill our universal mission of improving the world.
South Netanya Ashkenic Congregation
SNAC, currently located at 37 Pierre Koenig is a well established vibrant and growing Modern Orthodox synagogue that brings together South Netanya Jews of all backgrounds seeking to establish and strengthen communal tefillah. We are a growing and diverse community with a mix of Anglo and Israeli representation committed and inspired toward meaningful religious observance and tradition as well as continuing Jewish education and community service.
More than just a Synagogue, SNAC is a community seeking to inspire individuals and families of all ages, level of education and observance. Please join us for a Shabbat, or an educational or social program, and we are confident that you will find a warm welcoming home.
Synagogue "Redemption Yemen"
Synagogue light of life
Synagogue named for Eli Cohen
Synagogue of Elijah the prophet
Daily and Shabbat/holiday services. Specializes in providing activities for youth.
Yeshivas Bircas HaTorah
Established in Elul 1989, Bircas HaTorah began as a yeshiva for adults with academic and professional backgrounds. It quickly established itself as the place for adults to learn Torah in a rigorous and academically challenging environment. The Yeshiva campus consisted, at that time, of only 2 classrooms in the Old Churva Shul in the Jewish Quarter. As the number of students grew steadily, the Yeshiva moved, in 2000, to its current location on Ohr HaChaim Street just above the Cardo in the Jewish Quarter. Located just minutes away from the Kotel Ha'Maaravi as well as Jaffa Street, the main yeshiva building combines the historic beauty of the Old City with a modern ambiance.
In 2005, the Yeshiva became a major attraction to Shana Bet students who were looking for a Yeshiva that could offer them an intensive, student-centered program of learning in an atmosphere of genuine warmth and as the popularity and success of the Shana Bet program spread, the Yeshiva launched its Shana Aleph program in 2009 with students hailing from the United States, Canada, Europe and South Africa.
Yisrael Hatzair Old City
Yitzhak Avinu Synagogue
the Yitzhak Avinu Synagogue is one of Nahariya's most beautiful synagogues with large brass engravings on the Ark and the central bima
Young Israel, North Netanya
Members and visitors are assured of a warm welcome at The Young Israel of North Netanya Synagogue, known as YINN. We are a vibrant Orthodox Ashkenazi community established to meet the needs of English-speaking Olim.
Under the spiritual guidance of Rabbi Edward Jackson, daily services are conducted and there are regular shiurim. Our community offers a wide range of religious, cultural and communal activities.
Explore our website, it is regularly updated and provides more information about us and our activities.
Rabbi Jackson is presently recuperating from his recent surgery.