5 Synagogues in Idaho, United States
Chabad Lubavitch of Idaho
Congregation Ahavath Beth Israel
Congregation Ahavath Beth Israel is a progressive synagogue dedicated to Torah (lifelong learning), Avodah (spiritual growth), G’milut Chasadim (acts of loving kindness) and Kehilah (community-building).
Jewish Community of the Palouse
The Jewish Community of the Palouse offers cultural, religious and social activities for Jews living in Pullman, Moscow and the surrounding areas of Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho including Washington State University and the University of Idaho. We are an unaffiliated community that is open to all members of the Jewish faith. It is our goal that Jews of all backgrounds, whether Orthodox, Conservative, Reform or Reconstructionist, feel comfortable participating in our community. Families of mixed marriages are also welcome and encouraged to participate.
emple Emanuel, the home of Judaism in Eastern Idaho
We are a non-affiliated, inclusive Jewish community.
Our members find spiritual truth in many ways,
And some are culturally Jewish non-believers.
We embrace Jews By Choice, the GLBT community, and non-Jewish friends,
University students, families, singles, and the elderly.
Join us at Sabbath services,
Come to our holiday parties,
Participate in our fundraising functions.
Wood River Jewish Community
The Wood River Jewish Community is a congregation and community organization serving residents and visitors in Sun Valley, Ketchum, Hailey, Bellevue and nearby areas in central Idaho.
Our mission is to establish a gathering place in the Wood River Valley for the meaningful expression of Jewish identity, values, ideals, and fellowship.
Our membership consists of over 150 families, with both full-time and part-time residents. The WRJC is open year-round, with cultural, educational, and religious programming for all ages. Our Shabbat services and special eventsare open to all.