8 Synagogues in Delaware, United States
Adas Kodesch Shel Emeth
The current membership of AKSE reveals much about its history, and its future. It includes members whose connection with the congregation goes back as far as six generations. We are a very inclusive congregation; more and more families include converts and non-Jewish spouses, who find a welcoming home at AKSE. We strive to welcome and link all members—new and old—into the extended Adas Kodesch Shel Emeth family.
Adas Kodesch Charter – 1889
The theme of tradition is embodied in the religious practices of the congregation and the dedication to passing Jewish practice and teaching from one generation to the next. While tradition has been a constant at AKSE, that does not mean that the congregation has not seen many changes throughout its history. No institution can flourish for more than 125 years without renewing itself to meet the challenges of the constantly changing community and world around it.
Chabad at the U. of D.
Chabad Lubavitch of Delaware
Congregation Beth Emeth
Congregation Beth Emeth is a Reform Congregation whose mission is to enrich the lives of our members and our community by teaching, learning, and rejoicing in our Jewish ideals and traditions.
We aspire to be a welcoming congregational family that supports and celebrates each other through the following:
Encouraging and inspiring one another to deepen our commitment to Judaism and to transmit our Jewish values to the next generation.
Engaging members in meaningful progressive and inclusive Jewish worship experiences.
Advocating for religious pluralism and the rights of Reform Jews worldwide.
Providing diverse programming and educational opportunities that create excitement and interest in Judaism at ALL life's stages.
Leading and inspiring the greater Wilmington, DE community through tzedakah (justice), tikkun olam (repairing the world), and Jewish learning.
Congregation Beth Shalom
Founded in 1922, in Wilmington, Delaware, Congregation Beth Shalom is an egalitarian Conservative Synagogue, affiliated with the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism. An overwhelming spirit of pride and enthusiasm exists here, as we strive to meet the religious, educational and social needs of our community. As a congregational family, we share in each other's joys and offer support in times of sorrow. We hope that you will choose to be an active part of our synagogue and welcome your participation.
Congregation Beth Sholom
Seaside Jewish Community
Temple Beth El
Temple Beth El was founded in 1954 by a small group of Jewish families. The Congregation moved into its present building in September of 1984. At present we have 230 family units with about 125 children in our religious school. We are affiliated with the Jewish Reconstructionist Movement which emphasizes community and evolving Judaism.