26 Synagogues in Indiana, United States
Adath Bnai Israel
As a holy community, we learn together, pray together, and care about each other.
We are a warm, family-friendly and welcoming synagogue bringing together Jews of the Tri-State area of Indiana, Kentucky, and Illinois. We strive to be a caring congregation as we welcome all individuals in our warm and inviting atmosphere.
All congregants are empowered to learn, worship and celebrate as we build a vibrant and dynamic Jewish community. While we are rooted in the diverse traditions and history of our congregation, we are poised to meet the challenges that lay before us.
Beth Boruk Temple
Beth El Zedeck
Beth-El Zedeck (The House of the God of Righteousness) has kept pace with the changes of modern Jewish thought and practice while embracing the warmth and richness of our religious civilization. Affiliated with both the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism and the Jewish Reconstructionist Federation, the synagogue supports equal participation by men and women in every aspect of the congregation. Beth-El Zedeck is a traditional, yet innovative synagogue where we experience Judaism as “the evolving religious civilization of the Jewish people.” We are a large congregation, yet we are dedicated to creating an environment of personal warmth, caring and spiritual growth for all members. Our biblical motto, Tzedek Tzedek Tirdof – “Justice, justice you shall pursue” (Deuteronomy 16:20), commits us to be agents of Tikkun Olam, the perfection of society and the world.
Chabad House - Jewish Student Center
Chabad of Northwest Indiana
Congregation Achduth Vesholom
Congregation Achduth Vesholom traces its roots to 1848, distinguishing us as the oldest Jewish congregation in Indiana. Since its founding, the Temple has resided in four locations. Our current facility on Old Mill Road became our home in 1961.
We invite you to get acquainted with our story, our building and our beautiful artwork. We've also got a strategic plan for the future. Please consider becoming a member. Get acquainted with our leadership.
Our learning programs provide a stimulating arena where Jews can learn about their heritage and where views on important topical issues can be shared. One of the best parts of being a Temple member is the fellowship offered through worship, education and social events. One of our goals is to try to make everyone feel comfortable at the Temple. We participate in mitzvah programs, interfaith programmingand outreach efforts. Our focus on children and teens includes religious school, youth group, family education and b’nei mitzvah training.
Congregation B'nai Torah
B'nai Torah is the largest Orthodox shul in the state ofIndiana and is the heart of Indianapolis Yiddishkeit.
B'nai Torah provides important resources such as:
Daily Minyan for Shacharis
Daily Minchah Service
Daily Ma'ariv Service
Babysitting for Shabbos
Daily Torah Classes
Congregation Beth Shalom
Congregation Bnai Jacob
Congregation Shaarey Tefilla
Congregation Shaarey Tefilla (CST), a United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism affiliate, combines full egalitarianism with a commitment to traditional Judaism. Currently just under 200 households, CST values warmth and intimacy over size. Our rabbi strives to maintain a relationship with every congregant. Just twenty years old, CST is the youngest congregation in the Indianapolis area, but old enough to have established the programs that are an important part of the life of our congregants.
Etz Chaim Sephardic Congregation of Indianapolis
Etz Chaim Sephardic Congregation was founded in 1906 by men and women who were determined to create a Sephardic presence in Indianapolis that focused on maintaining Sephardic Halacha (law), customs, and traditions, acts of loving kindness, and, foremost, a belief in the Almighty, G-d of Israel. Etz Chaim continues to hold true to these principles and thrives as an Orthodox Sephardic synagogue. For nearly a century the Kahal has maintained a strong Shabbat program with Erev Shabbat (Friday night) to Sunday morning services, an inviting and warm Oneg Shabbat Kiddush, programs and classes for men and women, along with other youth programming.
Expanding and thriving past its centennial year, Etz Chaim Sephardic Congregation continues to to flourish as a light of Sephardic Tradition in Indianapolis.
Hebrew Orthodox Congregation
Indianapolis Hebrew Congregation
Welcome to IHC! We invite you to become a part of our vibrant and warm temple community and hope that you will be able to enjoy the lifelong opportunities for community, learning and worship that set our synagogue apart. We strongly believe in innovation, from the design of our beautiful new sanctuary to our creative options for lifelong Jewish education, spirituality and prayer.
Community is what brings many Jews to synagogue life, and, if you live anywhere near Indianapolis, you'll find that many of your Jewish neighbors are part of our Temple family. Our clergy, staff and congregants are welcoming and caring. We are also committed to social action, with regular opportunities for community service for all ages.
Lubavitch of Indiana
Muncie Temple Beth El
Temple Beth El is the center of Jewish life in Muncie, Indiana.
Throughout the years, familial bonds have been formed between members that span the generations. Our children have grown to embrace Judaism in a warm and caring environment and have gone on to live strong Jewish lives. Our members have connected with one another in a way that can only be achieved in a small synagogue.
We are an egalitarian Conservative Jewish synagogue serving the greater South Bend, Indiana, area since 1932. We pride ourselves on the community atmosphere we have created, where members of all ages gather together to celebrate, learn, worship, and share in each others' lives. Whether you're interested in our nationally-recognized youth and family education program, our daily minyan, our weekly community luncheons following Shabbat services, the Rabbi's frequent educational programs, or any other aspect of our community, we welcome you to the Sinai family.
Sons of Abraham
The congregants of Sons of Abraham Synagoguewelcome you with a heartfelt "shalom." Sons of Abraham, founded in 1889, is the Conservative congregation that serves the Lafayette and West Lafayette communities in northwest Indiana.
We are proud of our history , and our synagogue building dates from 1916. Our members come from all walks of life, including Purdue University academia, business, and professional work
Temple B'nai Israel
Temple Beth El
Welcome to Temple Beth-El! We are delighted that you are interested in our congregation and its activities. You can be part of the great joy of Temple! Now is a great time to become part of the Temple Beth-El family: for your child’s Jewish education; for your own personal fulfillment through community involvement; for finding Jewish friends in the neighborhood – Temple Beth-El can help you reach these goals. Consider yourself warmly invited to join us at one of our many upcoming activities. We hope to hear from you soon. For more information about Temple Beth-El, please call, write or drop on by!