37 Synagogues in North Carolina, United States
B'nai Israel Congregation
B'nai Israel Congregation
B'nai Israel Congregation is a small, charismatic Jewish community. Home to an annual kugel cooking contest and a Beatles Shabbat, regular mahjongg tournaments and a guitar-playing Rabbi, B'nai Israel is not only a house of prayer, but a center of Jewish life. Private Bar and Bat Mitzvah lessons for students complement a weekly Sunday School program; a monthly Scholars program invites local speakers to Shabbat services. Groups such as the Kavanotes, the Sisterhood, the Men's Club, and BBYO are open to all congregants. Services are conducted in both Hebrew and English.
Beth El is a congregation that believes in the vitality of the Jewish people. Through our various projects and committees we are committed to building a better world both physically and spiritually and depend on the leadership of our committed volunteers, Rabbi and professionals to carry out this important mission. We do this by offering weekly services and a variety of learning and volunteer opportunities. We offer programs for all ages — children and their families, working professionals, empty nesters and seniors — and bring these generations together under one roof because we are a community that is only as strong as our members. We would love for you to visit our community. Please stop by or send an e-mail to our professionals to schedule a conversation on how you can join us because life is sweeter when lived together.
Beth Israel Congregation Center
Beth Israel Synagogue
Beth Israel is an independent congregation, a welcoming traditional egalitarian community devoted to the principle of an intentioned and meaningful Jewish life, expressed through our core values of education, spirituality, celebration, and social justice.
Beth Meyer Synagogue
Beth Shalom is a Reform Congregation in Southern Wake County. In its 30th year, its members cut across all age groups, and, at each level, we strive to provide a warm and welcoming environment for our Jewish and interfaith families with a commitment to inclusion. As diverse as our membership is, so is the wide array of religious, educational and social activities in which to participate. Tikkun olam, repairing the world, is a hallmark of Reform Judaism, and we strive to bring peace, freedom, and justice to all people.
Beth Shalom of Lake Norman
Chapel Hill Kehillah
Chapel Hill Kehillah is an eclectic mix of neighbors and newcomers, young families and retirees, interfaith and traditional households, as well as gay/lesbian partnerships. And because it so squarely aligns with our mission to marry the traditional with contemporary social, intellectual and spiritual insights, we are affiliated with the Jewish Reconstructionist movement.
Charlotte Torah Center
The Charlotte Torah Center is an organization that serves as a community resource for traditional Jewish education at all levels for people of all backgrounds. Through group classes, one on one study, special seminars and explanatory learning worship services, students are exposed to the wealth of knowledge accumulated over centuries. The Center fosters life-long study, appreciation for Judaism and pride in one’s heritage.
Congregation Beth Ha Tephila
Congregation Beth HaTephila is a modern Reform congregation with a rich history in the Asheville community. Founded in 1891 and affiliated with the Union for Reform Judaism since 1908, our congregation is dedicated to nurturing Jewish identity among its members as individuals and as a community
Congregation Emanuel is a warm synagogue family devoted to lifelong learning, meaningful prayer, and acts of loving kindness. As an egalitarian and inclusive Conservative Jewish congregation, we help each person connect with the beauty of our tradition as it evolves. Inspired by the diversity of our paths, we stand with one another in times of joy and sadness as we build a sacred comunity of caring.
Congregation Kehillat Charlotte
Congregation Kehillat Charlotte is a newly formed Conservative congregation of families and individuals seeking an intimate prayer experience in the heart of Charlotte, NC. As part of a grass roots effort, Kehillat Charlotte, as its very name indicates, is dedicated to kehillah and interpersonal relationships. We are a prayer community dedicated to pursuing the truths of G-d and Torah. We believe that EVERYONE has something special to offer the Jewish community, and we are committed to fostering an environment where all may come and be welcomed to discover and strengthen their Jewish identity through prayer, study, social discourse, and cultural events.
Durham Orthodox Kahilla
The Durham Orthodox Kehillah is a warm and welcoming Orthodox congregation serving the Chapel Hill-Durham Jewish community. The Durham Orthodox community welcomes all residents, students and visitors regardless of degree of observance. Located in, and administratively part of, Beth El Congregation on Watts St. in Durham, the Kehillah regularly holds shabbat and holiday services.
Havurat Tikvah is a warm, supportive and nurturing Jewish Reconstructionist congregation with Shabbat services and a full spectrum of holiday observances, as well as religious educational options for both adults and children. We are a diverse group of families, singles, and Jewish and interfaith couples who participate in projects that promote social justice.
Jewish Community of the Outer Banks
The JCOB is unaffiliated but uses Reform prayer books for daily and High Holiday services. We invite you to join us at our casual Friday night service, held the third Friday of each month, or at any of our other activities and celebrations. While we do not have a synagogue or a rabbi, George Lurie, our lay leader, has been in charge of all of our religious activities since 2003. The JCOB purchased a Torah in 2012 and uses it for all religious services.
Judea Reform Congregation
Judea Reform Congregation is a vibrant, welcoming community where Jews in the Durham and Chapel Hill area gather to worship, learn, serve, and actively engage in the sacred traditions of our shared heritage.
Lake Norman Jewish Congregation
Lubavitch Center of Raleigh
North Carolina Community for Humanistic Judaism
Ohr HaTorah - Charlotte
Ohr HaTorah is an Orthodox shul with Jews from all over the world including: Israel, Iran, South Africa, Canada, the former Soviet Union, and all corners of the United States. Its uniqueness and charm lie in the diversity of the religious backgrounds of our membership, which range from those with no Judaic upbringing, to those raised in Reform, Conservative, and Orthodox families.
Sandhills Jewish Congregation
The Sandhills Jewish Congregation evolved from its beginning in 1981 as The Sandhills Jewish Cultural Group, meeting in each other’s homes. In 2001, the Congregation purchased three acres of land in the Foxfire Village area of Pinehurst and built our synagogue, naming it “Beth Shalom.” Beth Shalom continues to grow and has become the center for Jewish life in the Sandhills.
Sh'arei Israel Congregation
Temple B'nai Sholem
Temple B’nai Sholem will be joining forces with the American Bar Association and the Craven County Bar to host an exhibit titled “Lawyers Without Rights” in New Bern from September 1 through Saturday September 12. There will also be a formal program that will be held either Tuesday, Sept. 8 or Wednesday, Sept. 9. Potential participants at this event include our member Michael Tigar, N.C. Chief Justice Mark Martin, and federal appeals court judge Jim Wynn.
Temple Beth El
Temple Beth El
Temple Beth El, founded in 1943 and affiliated with the Union for Reform Judaism, is a dynamic center for Jewish religious, cultural and educational development in Charlotte, North Carolina. Through a wide variety of engagement opportunities, congregants and guests enjoy worship services, intellectual enrichment and cultural events. We reach out to each of our members because everyone is important to us. We welcome unaffiliated Jews who seek to return to the Jewish faith and make the religious journey available to all who desire to live a Jewish life.
Temple Beth Shalom/Hickory Jewish Ctr
Temple Israel is a warm, engaging Conservative synagogue that brings innovation and creativity to Jewish traditions. We welcome you to enjoy a sense of community, to engage with Judaism and to transform your life through Torah, worship and acts of loving kindness. Temple Israel’s programming includes uplifting and spiritually motivating services, education for both adults and children, socials for adults, youth groups, as well as community service and outreach.
Temple of Israel
Temple of Israel (TOI) we strive to provide a meaningful and fulfilling environment for worship, education and social interaction, following the principles and values of Reform Judaism, including commitment to God, Torah and Israel; and to enhance the lives of our congregants and our community.