11 Synagogues in Arkansas, United States
Congregation Agudath Achim
Welcome to the website of Little Rock's Congregation Agudath Achim, a vibrant, traditional synagogue where men, women, and children come together in worship, life-long learning, life-cycle events, and holiday celebrations!
Rabbi Kalman Winnick is the spiritual leader at Congregation Agudath Achim. The synagogue hosts a successful religious school, exciting youth activities, weekly Torah study for adults, and continues to serve the community as it has for over 100 years.
Congregation B'nai Israel
Come on in and join a dynamic and inclusive Reform congregation where you truly belong. Temple B'nai Israel offers many and diverse paths to participate in our community. For some, the path is through worship, for others opportunities to pursue social action and join in social gatherings. Education, both youth and adult, is important to many, and a sense of belonging to a community is often central. Whatever your reason or reasons, please come and visit. All are welcome at our Shabbat service every Friday evening at 6:15 p.m., which is preceded at 5:45 p.m. by a Kabbalat Shabbat (visit and snack), or join us for Saturday morning worship at 11:00 a.m. Please check the Temple calendar for updates.
Congregation Etz Chaim
Founded in 2004 and located in the Ozark Mountains in Northwest Arkansas, Congregation Etz Chaim is made up of families with diverse Jewish backgrounds with common goals and ideals. We offer a variety of programs, schooling, Torah study, services, and a Jewish Community.
The members of Congregation Etz Chaim pride themselves on creating a safe and comfortable place for any Jew no matter their background to participate, grow, learn, or just relax and enjoy being Jewish. CEC is unaffiliated, which enables us to meet the varied needs of Jews in our tight-knit community.
To enhance the meaning of our lives as Jews, we strive to foster the reciprocal connections between the synagogue and its congregants. Children, adults, individuals and families come together to create a multigenerational community participating in religious and social activities, lifelong Jewish learning and the larger Jewish community.
Congregation Etz Chaim offers a Jewish foundation and “home” for individuals and families within Northwest Arkansas and neighboring communities. We are fully committed to a policy of welcoming anyone into synagogue life and our community regardless of gender, marital status, race, age, sexual orientation or economic circumstances. We are committed to foster an environment that is a caring, multigenerational, and inclusive.
We encourage social responsibility. The performance of Mitzvot is an integral part of our Jewish lives and spiritual fulfillment — within our community and by outreach to others.
Congregation House of Israel
With approximately 65 member households and multiple unaffiliated households, Congregation House of Israel is located in the culturally active and diverse city of Hot Springs, Arkansas. Our motto, "Large enough to serve you, small enough to know you," embodies the spirit of our congregation. Our congregation is a warm and friendly place dedicated to providing a Jewish home where members can cultivate, explore and expand their spirituality on their own terms. Educational programs are provided relevant to all ages and stages of life, as well as a variety of social groups, programs and events.
Lubavitch of Arkansas at Little Rock
Meir Chayim Temple - McGehee
Temple Anshe Emeth
Temple Shalom of Northwest Arkansas
We are located in the city of Fayetteville, nestled in the Ozark Mountains of Northwest Arkansas. We are a small, tight-knit, welcoming congregation representing a diversity of practices, and dedicated to serving as the focal point for Jewish life in our small corner of the world.
Our spiritual interests vary from traditional to Reform — as well as Renewal and Reconstructionist. As an inclusive religious community, all Jewish people are invited and encouraged to join us. You are welcome to join us even if you are not Jewish and wish to learn about Judaism.