6 Synagogues in Alaska, United States
We are a small rural reform congregation in Kenai, Alaska. All are welcome to participate in our services, celebrations and community functions
Our mission is to support the basic and essential principles of Judaism and to ensure a foundation in which Jews are able to practice Reform Judaism through communal worship and activities, and to ensure the continuous ability to practice Reform Judaism in the future.
Chabad Lubavitch of Alaska
Congregation Beth Sholom
Welcome to the largest Jewish Congregation in Alaska. All visitors who wish to worship with us are welcome. Though our Congregation is very committed to Reform Judaism, people from diverse Jewish backgrounds have found our liturgy appealing. Our facilities are beautifully located in a natural setting which enhances the worship experience. Please feel welcome to attend.
With sufficient notice transportation can usually be arranged if needed.
Congregation Or HaTzafon
The Congregation's purpose is to promote the enduring and fundamental principles of Judaism and to ensure the continuity of the Jewish people
Looking for a Jewish community where you can be yourself? Heichal Baoranim, a Reform congregation and the only egalitarian temple in Flagstaff, invites you to share the journey of life with us. We are a very down-to-earth community where your spirit can soar!
All are welcome: Interfaith couples, individuals, families, seniors, the LGBTQ community, single parent families, Jews-by-choice, Empty Nesters, second-home owners...YOU!
Congregation Sukkat Shalom is ‘home’ to more than 35 families.
This fall, the congregation will host a student Rabbi. Rabbi Fine will be in Juneau every month for a total of 11 visits. Stay tuned for a schedule events that will include services, B’nai Mitzvah preparation, family events, and more.