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181 Synagogues in Pennsylvania, United States

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Chabad Lubavitch Synagogue

Chabad of Chester County & Western Main-Line

303 West Lancaster Avenue, Wayne, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: 610-971-9977   Fax: 610-971-9099
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Conservative Synagogue

\Oheb Zedeck Synagogue Center

2300 Mahantongo Street, Pottsville, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: 1-570-622-5890   Fax: 1-570-622-4518
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Conservative Synagogue

Adat Shalom

368 Guys Run Road, Cheswick, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: 1-412-820-7000   Fax: 1-412-820-9725
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Conservative Synagogue

Adath Israel

250 N. Highland Ave, Merion Station, Pennsylvania, United States
Operation Hours: Daily Services,Fri Evening Services,Shabbat Morning Services,High Holidays,Tourist Visits
Phone: 1-610-934-1919   Fax: 1-610-934-1918

Adath Israel’s mission is to be a center for Jewish religious, educational, social action and cultural activities. We endeavor to reinforce Jewish values, learning and living by providing strong educational programs for all ages. We seek to increase our congregational involvement and affiliation in order to provide stability and growth within the greater Jewish community. We are strong advocates for the State of Israel and we aim to serve as a model for the ideals and practices of Conservative Judaism. We celebrate the uniqueness of each of us and welcome diversity in our community.  B'tzelem Elohim.

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Conservative Synagogue

Adath Shalom

Marshall & Ritner Streets, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
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Conservative Synagogue

Agudas Israel

77 N Pine Street, Hazleton, 18201, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: 570 455 2851  
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Conservative Synagogue

Agudath Achim Congregation

1306 17th St, Altoona, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: 1-814-944-5317   Fax: 1-814-944-5318
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Ahavas Torah

1425 Rhawn Street near Dungan Road, Philadelphia, 19111, Pennsylvania, United States
Operation Hours: Daily Services,Fri Evening Services,Shabbat Morning Services,High Holidays
Phone: (215) 725-3610  

Congregation Ahavas Torah is located in the North-east of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The shul has daily minyanim and regular shiurim on various Torah topics.

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Traditional Synagogue

Ahavath Achim Congregation

500 Chestnut St., Carnegie, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: 1-412-279-1566  
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Aish Hatorah Synagogue

Aish HaTorah of Philadelphia

401 City Ave. Suite 820, Bala Cynwyd, 19004, Pennsylvania, United States
Operation Hours: Fri Evening Services,Shabbat Morning Services,High Holidays,Tourist Visits
Phone: (610) 668-9600   Fax: (610) 668-9622

The Aish Village Shul is designed to meet your needs. At the Village Shul, Jewish wisdom is accessible to everyone, regardless of Jewish background or knowledge. Young children receive nurturing care at programs while older kids enjoy innovative Torah-related activities. For those adults who seek the meaning and relevance of Judaism in today's society, there are dynamic classes on Shabbat, during the weekdays, and on many weeknights. Our Shabbat Services are meant to inspire and we strive to create a synagogue experience that is fun and uplifting.

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Aish Hatorah Synagogue

Aish Philadelphia

356 Montgomery Ave, Bala Cynwyd, 19004, Pennsylvania, United States
Operation Hours: Fri Evening Services
Phone: 610-668-9600  
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Aish Hatorah Synagogue

Aish Philadelphia

356 Montgomery Ave, Merion, 19066, Pennsylvania, United States
Operation Hours: Fri Evening Services,Shabbat Morning Services,Tourist Visits
Phone: 610- 668-9600   Fax: 610-668-9622
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Orthodox Synagogue

Aitz Chaim Synagogue Center

7600 Summerdale Avenue, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: (215) 742-4870  
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Reform Synagogue

Anshe Hesed Congregation

Erie, Pennsylvania, United States
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Orthodox Synagogue

B'nai Emunoh Congregation

4315 Murray Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States
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Orthodox Synagogue

B'nai Emunoh Congregation

4315 Murray Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States
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Reform Synagogue

Bet Tikvah

P.O. Box 10140, Pittsburgh, 15232, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: (412) 362-7025  

In 1988, three people decided to form a group to meet the needs of Jewish gays, lesbians, and bisexuals in the Pittsburgh area. Thus was Bet Tikvah ("House of Hope") created. By 1989, the group had grown and was regularly holding member-led services at a variety of locations in the Pittsburgh area, including a local gay-owned restaurant, a University of Pittsburgh campus building, and the homes of members. Since 1994, the congregation has met for worship at Rodef Shalom, a prominent Pittsburgh synagogue. 

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Reform Synagogue

Beth Chaim Reform Congregation

POB 1198, West Chester, 19355, Pennsylvania, United States
Operation Hours: Fri Evening Services,Shabbat Morning Services,High Holidays
Phone: 610-640-2147  

Beth Chaim Reform Congregation was established in 1992 by several families who wished to have a Reform Jewish presence in the greater Chester County area.  One of the primary goals was to establish a Jewish house of worship where all people could enjoy the practice of Reform Judaism and the feeling of being part of the larger Jewish family.   As a great many of our families are of mixed religious backgrounds, we pride ourselves on being a Jewish congregation where all feel they belong.  Diversity is our strength. 

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Reform Synagogue

Beth David Reform Congregation

1130 Vaughans Lane, Gladwyne, 19035, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: (610) 896-7485   Fax: (610) 642-5406

Beth David — the House of David — is a Reform synagogue on Philadelphia's Main Line. Here families and individuals come together for prayer, learning, and personal growth, to celebrate our Judaism and act on its principles. Beth David is an intimate, warm, and vibrant community. We welcome all who wish to participate in Jewish life — singles, couples and families — regardless of age, sexual orientation, or financial means. Interfaith families, Jews-by-choice and non-Jewish spouses are all embraced by our congregation.

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Conservative Synagogue

Beth El

1900 Cochran Road, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: 1-412-561-1168   Fax: 1-412-561-5320
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Conservative Synagogue

Beth El Temple

2637 N Front Street, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: 1-717-232-0556   Fax: 1-717-232-6240
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Reform Synagogue

Beth Ha Sholom

Williamsport, Pennsylvania, United States
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Reconstructionist Synagogue

Beth Israel

542 S. New Middletown Road, Media, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: 610-566-4645   Fax: 610-566-2240

Beth Israel is a Reconstructionist congregation in Media, Pennsylvania where you will find a vibrant community of individuals and families committed to celebrating our Judaism, nurturing our members, educating our children (and ourselves!) and repairing the world.

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Conservative Synagogue

Beth Israel

411 S 8th Street, Lebanon, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: 1-717-273-2669   Fax: 1-717-273-5834

Located in the city of Lebanon at Oak and Eighth Streets, Beth Israel Synagogue serves as a focal point for Jewish life in the Lebanon area. The synagogue building includes a 200 seat sanctuary, an adjacent Sisterhood Hall, a larger gymnasium/social hall, a library/chapel, three classrooms and a rabbi’s study. Although Beth Israel is a Conservative congregation, we welcome Jews of all religious backgrounds as members. An active membership supports a full-time rabbi, a religious school, and Sisterhood.

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Reform Synagogue

Beth Israel

Indiana, Pennsylvania, United States
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Conservative Synagogue

Beth Israel Center

118 Gill Hall Road, Pleasant Hills, 15236, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: 412-655-2144  

Beth Israel Center is a family oriented Conservative Congregation serving the South Hills/Mon Valley area of Pittsburgh. We have been serving this region for almost 50 years and are continually pleased to welcome new community members. In June of 2009 we will be celebrating our 50th Anniversary.

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Conservative Synagogue

Beth Israel Congregation

PO Box 678, Uwchland, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: 1-610-458-8550   Fax: 1-610-458-8551
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Conservative Synagogue

Beth Israel Congregation

265 North Avenue, Washington, 15301, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: 724 225 7080   Fax: 724 225 7080

We are a small friendly full service synagogue in southwestern Pennsylvania. We have Shabbat services Friday evenings and Saturday mornings, a religious school, and many social activities. We are affiliated with the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism, and strive to serve the needs of the entire Jewish community of our region. 

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Orthodox Synagogue

Beth Medrash Harav

Algon Avenue and Griffith Street., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: (215) 342-5783  
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Orthodox Synagogue

Beth Medrash Harav

Algon Avenue and Griffith Street., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: (215) 342-5783  
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Reconstructionist Synagogue

Beth Samuel Jewish Center

810 Kennedy Drive, Ambridge, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: bethsamueloffice@comcast.net  

The Beth Samuel Jewish Center was formed through the merger of several congregations in the area. Reform, Conservative and Orthodox shuls came together to form Beth Samuel. Our religious philosophy evolved from a fundamental position that all levels of observance and tradition should be respected and supported.

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Conservative Synagogue

Beth Shalom

5915 Beacon Street, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: 1-412-421-2288   Fax: 1-412-421-5923

Congregation Beth Shalom is a vibrant and egalitarian Conservative Jewish community. Our building, with its magnificent sanctuary, has been a home to countless families for nearly a century. We continue to open our doors and hearts to new members, inviting them to join us as we live and learn Torah together.

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Orthodox Synagogue

Beth Shalom

corner of Clay and Vine, Scranton, 18510, Pennsylvania, United States
Operation Hours: Daily Services,Fri Evening Services,Shabbat Morning Services,High Holidays,Tourist Visits
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Conservative Synagogue

Beth Sholom Congregation

8231 Old York Road, Elkins Park, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: 1-215-887-1342   Fax: 1-215-887-6605
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Reform Synagogue

Beth Sholom Congregation

700 Indiana Street, Johnstown, Pennsylvania, United States
Operation Hours: Fri Evening Services,Shabbat Morning Services,High Holidays,Tourist Visits
Phone: 814-536-0647  
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Conservative Synagogue

Beth Tikvah Bnai Jeshurun

1001 Paper Mill Road, Erdenheim, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: 1-215-836-5677   Fax: 1-215-836-0211

Beth Tikvah B’nai Jeshurun, known as BTBJ, is a modern, egalitarian full-service Conservative synagogue located in the Northwestern suburbs of Philadelphia. Serving more than 300 families from Lafayette Hill, Plymouth Meeting, Springfield, Ambler, Upper Dublin and surrounding communities, BTBJ is a vibrant, warm congregation that provides an endless array of religious, educational and social activities.

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Reform Synagogue

Beth Yehuda Synagogue

Lock Haven, Pennsylvania, United States
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Conservative Synagogue

Bnai Abraham

1545 Bushkill Street, Easton, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: 1-610-258-5343   Fax: 1-610-330-9100

Bnai Abraham is a Conservative synagogue in Easton, Pennsylvania serving the Community for over 100 years. Bnai Abraham synagogue is a place where traditions are passed down, and new ones are discovered. Our synagogue encourages members to get involved with chanting Torah or leading services, and extends members opportunities to deepen their personal spiritual growth with adult education classes.

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Orthodox Synagogue

Bnai Abraham

527 Lombard Street, Philadelphia, 19147, Pennsylvania, United States
Operation Hours: Daily Services,Shabbat Morning Services,High Holidays,Tourist Visits
Phone: 215-238-2100   Fax: 215-238-2101
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Orthodox Synagogue

Bnai Israel Ohev Zedek

8201 Castor Ave, Philadelphia, 19152, Pennsylvania, United States
Operation Hours: Daily Services,Fri Evening Services,Shabbat Morning Services,High Holidays
Phone: (215)742-0400  
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Conservative Synagogue

Bnai Jacob

Starr & Manavon Streets Rt 29, Phoenixville, 19460, Pennsylvania, United States
Operation Hours: Daily Services,Fri Evening Services,Shabbat Morning Services,High Holidays
Phone: 1-610-933-5550   Fax: 1-610-933-8197

B'nai Jacob we like to say, "Come as you are."  If you identify as a Conservative Jew, we welcome you.  If you are not Jewish, we welcome you.  If you are Orthodox, Reform, Reconstructionist or non-denominational Jew, we welcome you.  If you are a life-long observer of Jewish traditions, we welcome you.  If you are returning to your heritage after years away, we welcome you.

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Conservative Synagogue

Brith Sholom

1190 W. Macada Road, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: 1-610-866-8009   Fax: 1-610-866-8000
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Conservative Synagogue

Brith Sholom Congregation

3207 State Street, Erie, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: 1-814-454-2431   Fax: 1-814-452-0790
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Chabad Lubavitch Synagogue

Chabad Center of Overbrook Park

145 Rock Glen Road, Wynnewood, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: 610-896-9967   Fax: 215-871-7601
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Chabad Lubavitch Synagogue

Chabad House of Pittsburgh

4710 Wallingford Street, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: 412-683-7770   Fax: 412-621-8578
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Chabad Lubavitch Synagogue

Chabad Lubavitch of Harrisburg

3515 Green Street, Harrisburg, 17110, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: 717-233-1526   Fax: 717-236-4789
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Orthodox Synagogue

Chabad of Scranton

831 Madison Avenue, Scranton, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: 570-344-8595   Fax: 717-347-2702
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Chabad Lubavitch Synagogue

Chabad of the South Hills

100 North Wren Drive, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: 412-278-3693   Fax: 412-278-3694
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Chabad Lubavitch Synagogue

Chabad-Lubavitch of Berks County

2310 Hampden Blvd., Reading, 19604, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: 610-921-1522   Fax: 610-921-1541

Chabad of Berks County has served as an anchor and a home-away-from-home for people of all walks of life for the past 18 years. We welcome new families, individuals, local students at Albright College, and patients at the Caron Treatment Center with open arms and offer a non-judgmental and warm environment.

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Conservative Synagogue

Chisuk Emuna Congregation

PO Box 5507, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: 1-717-232-4851   Fax: 1-717-232-7950
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Modern Orthodox Synagogue

Community Orthodox Minyan

262 S. 16th Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: 267-514-1808  
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Synagogue

Community Torah Center of Bucks County

95 Almshouse Road, Richboro, 18954, Pennsylvania, United States
Operation Hours: Fri Evening Services,Shabbat Morning Services,High Holidays
Phone: 1-215-364-1160   Fax: 1-267-284-1267

Community Torah Center of Bucks County is an organization created to give Jews from all backgrounds and affiliations the opportunity to learn and experience the beauty and the enjoyment of Jewish life. We offer programs for every age group, from young children and adolescents through adults.

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Conservative Synagogue

Congregation Adath Jeshurun

7763 Old York Road, Elkins Park, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: 1-215-635-6611   Fax: 1-215-635-6165

ongregation Adath Jeshurun is an inclusive, egalitarian Conservative synagogue. All are welcome irrespective of gender, race, or sexual orientation.
We welcome dual-faith families who want to be involved in the Jewish community.
 

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Reconstructionist Synagogue

Congregation Am Haskalah

22nd and Tilghman, Allentown, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: 610-435-3775  
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Reform Synagogue

Congregation B'nai Harim

PO BOX 67, Pocono Pines, Pennsylvania, United States
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Reform Synagogue

Congregation Beth Ahavah

615 N. Broad St., Philadelphia, 19123, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: (215) 923-2003   Fax: (215) 627-1313
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Conservative Synagogue

Congregation Beth Am Israel

1301 Hagys Ford Road, Penn Valley, 19072, Pennsylvania, United States
Operation Hours: Fri Evening Services,Shabbat Morning Services,High Holidays
Phone: 1-610-667-1651   Fax: 1-610-667-9317

Beth Am Israel was founded in 1924 in Southwest Philadelphia. Our original building was located at 58th Street and Warrington Avenue in Southwest Philadelphia. Gradually over the years, people in the community started moving to the Main Line, and in 1973 Beth Am Israel moved too.

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Orthodox Synagogue

Congregation Beth Avraham formerly Agudath Achim

1555 Linwood Street, Bethlehem, 18017, Pennsylvania, United States
Operation Hours: Fri Evening Services,Shabbat Morning Services,High Holidays,Tourist Visits
Phone: 610 758-8889   Fax: 610 758-8889
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Conservative Synagogue

Congregation Beth El

375 Stony Hill Rd., Yardley, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: 1-215-493-1707   Fax: 1-215-493-7717
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Conservative Synagogue

Congregation Beth El-Ner Tamid

715 Paxon Hollow Road, Bromall, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: 1-610-356-8700   Fax: 1-610-325-9248
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Orthodox Synagogue

Congregation Beth Hamedrosh

7505 Brookhaven Rd., Philadelphia, 19151, Pennsylvania, United States
Operation Hours: Daily Services,Fri Evening Services,Shabbat Morning Services,High Holidays,Tourist Visits
Phone: 215 473 1019   Fax: 215 473 6220

Congregation Beth Hamedrosh (CBH) is a vibrant Orthodox synagogue located in Wynnewood just outside the city of Philadelphia.We are a diverse community of families from varied backgrounds and levels of observance bound together by our common desire to grow in our spiritual lives.

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Reform Synagogue

Congregation Beth Israel

615 Court St., Honesdale, 18431, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: (570) 253-2222  

Founded in 1849,  we are the second oldest Jewish congregation in America that continues to worship in its original Synagogue.  We are affiliated with the Union of Reform Judaism, an umbrella organization serving Reform congregations throughout the United States. The Reform movement parallels, in both time and direction, the development of Synagogue practice at Congregation Beth Israel.

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Reform Synagogue

Congregation Beth Or

Penllyn Pike and Dager, Spring House, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: (215) 646-5806   Fax: 215.646.0173
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Conservative Synagogue

Congregation Beth Tfillah of Overbrook

7630 Woodbine Ave, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: 1-215-477-2415   Fax: 1-215-477-2417
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Reform Synagogue

Congregation Beth Tikvah

Carlisle, Pennsylvania, United States
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Reform Synagogue

Congregation Brith Shalom

State College, Pennsylvania, United States
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Reconstructionist Synagogue

Congregation Dor Hadash

5800 Wilkins Ave, Pittsburgh, 15217, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: 412-422-5158  
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Traditional Synagogue

Congregation Kesher Israel

412 Lombard St, Philadelphia, 19147, Pennsylvania, United States
Operation Hours: Daily Services,Fri Evening Services,Shabbat Morning Services,High Holidays,Tourist Visits
Phone: 215-922-1776  
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Reconstructionist Synagogue

Congregation Kol Emet

1360 Oxford Valley Road, Yardley, Pennsylvania, United States
Operation Hours: Fri Evening Services,Shabbat Morning Services,High Holidays
Phone: 215-439-8522   Fax: 215-493-3444

Kol Emet is a Reconstructionist Jewish Congregation that strives to encourage spiritual fulfillment, happiness and meaning for its members and their families through interactive worship, life-long education and service to our community and the larger world.

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Orthodox Synagogue

Congregation Machzikeh Hadas

600 Monroe Avenue, Scranton, 18510, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: (570) 346-8679   Fax: (570) 346-8800
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Sephardi Synagogue

Congregation Mikveh Israel

44 North 4 Street, Philadelphia, 19106, Pennsylvania, United States
Operation Hours: Daily Services,Fri Evening Services,Shabbat Morning Services,High Holidays,Tourist Visits
Phone: 215-922-5446   Fax: 215-922-1550

Mikveh Israel, "The Hope of Israel," was founded in 1740 and is an unparalleled American Jewish Institution. It has a two-fold tradition that is the synthesis of the Spanish-Portuguese Jewish ritual and the ongoing development of the American Jewish community.

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Reform Synagogue

Congregation Oheb Sholom

555 Warwick Drive, Reading, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: (610) 375-6034   Fax: (610) 375-6036

Reform Congregation Oheb Sholom is the oldest and fastest-growing synagogue in Berks County, Pennsylvania. We are dedicated to enhancing and supporting Jewish life in our congregation, through religious, spiritual and cultural programs. Our diverse membership welcomes new and potential members of all backgrounds to our congregation.

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Conservative Synagogue

Congregation Ohev Shalom

2 Chester Road, Wallingford, Pennsylvania, United States
Operation Hours: Daily Services,Fri Evening Services,Shabbat Morning Services,High Holidays
Phone: 1-610-874-1465   Fax: 1-610-874-1466

Ohev Shalom is a warm, inclusive, egalitarian congregation. We are led by our amazing Rabbi Jeremy Gerber, who brings his depth of knowledge, caring spirit, and terrific sense of humor to everything he does. Come study Torah over a beer at a local bar, feed the homeless with us at a shelter, or join us for our daily minyan.

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Traditional Synagogue

Congregation Ohev Sholom

1501 Cherry St., Williamsport, 17701, Pennsylvania, United States
Operation Hours: Daily Services,Fri Evening Services,Shabbat Morning Services,High Holidays,Tourist Visits
Phone: 570-322-4209  

Ohev Sholom Congregation is a Traditional synagogue serving the Greater Williamsport Area. Led by Rabbi Joel Kessler, Ohev Sholom provides weekly Shabbos services, classes and special events. Rabbi Joel is also available for personal consultations and special engagements.

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Reform Synagogue

Congregation Or Ami

708 Ridge Pike, Lafayette Hill, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: (610) 828-9066   Fax: 610 828-3731
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Conservative Synagogue

Congregation Or Shalom

835 Darby-Paoli Road, Berwyn, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: 1-610-644-9086   Fax: 1-610-644-7405

Congregation Or Shalom was started as “The Conservative Synagogue of the Main Line” in 1974. We first worshipped and provided education in rental space in Wayne PA. We later purchased a building in Wayne which is now the Wayne Hotel. In 1985, we sold that building and moved into our present location at 835 Darby Paoli Road in Berwyn, PA. The congregation has grown and we have added two additions to the building since its purchase. We are a family-oriented community of religious worship, lifelong education, inclusiveness, spiritual guidance, and Jewish life cycle support.

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Reform Synagogue

Congregation Rodeph Shalom

615 North Broad Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Operation Hours: Fri Evening Services,Shabbat Morning Services,High Holidays,Tourist Visits
Phone: (215) 627-6747   Fax: (215) 627-1313

The mission of Rodef Shalom is to build and sustain a vibrant Reform Jewish community. We guide and support our members in living full Jewish lives throughout the lifecycle, based on torah (study), avodah (worship) and gemilut hasadim (acts of loving kindness).

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Reform Synagogue

Congregation Shaarai Shomayim

75 East James Street, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: (717) 397-5575   Fax: 717-397-5599
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Reconstructionist Synagogue

Congregation Sons of Israel

209 East King Street, Chambersburg, 17201, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: (717) 264-2915  

We welcome Jews of all denominations. Our members include people raised in Reform, Conservative, Reconstructionist and Orthodox households as well as interfaith couples. We are a warm, caring community committed to making our Judaism meaningful, spiritual, and joyous. We are dedicated to the tenets of Judaism: the worship of God, bettering the world around us through social action, and lifelong Jewish learning.

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Conservative Synagogue

Congregation Temple Sinai

1401 Limekiln Pike, Dresher, Pennsylvania, United States
Operation Hours: Fri Evening Services,Shabbat Morning Services,High Holidays,Tourist Visits
Phone: 1-215-643-6510   Fax: 1-215-643-9441

Congregation Temple Sinai is a vibrant and proud egalitarian Conservative synagogue dedicated to strengthening our members’ commitment to Judaism and community. Our goals are to foster a greater understanding and respect for Judaism, and instilling a love of Judaism and our rich culture in our congregants and their families.

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Reconstructionist Synagogue

Congregation Tiferes Bnai Israel

2478 Street Road, Warrington, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: 1-215-343-0155   Fax: (215) 343-8136
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Orthodox Synagogue

Degel Israel Congregation

1120 Columbia Avenue, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: 717-397-0183   Fax: 717-509-6188
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Reform Synagogue

Emanu-El Israel

222 North Main Street, Greensburg , 15601, Pennsylvania, United States
Operation Hours: Fri Evening Services,Shabbat Morning Services,High Holidays,Tourist Visits
Phone: 724-834-0560   Fax: 724-834-7650
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Orthodox Synagogue

Gemilas Chesed Congregation

1400 Summit Street, White Oak, 15131, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: 412-678-8859   Fax: 412-678-8859

White Oak boasts two shopping centers, and numerous shops along our main thoroughfare, Lincoln Way. Our local grocery stores are conveniently located in Oak Park Mall and at the corner of Eden Park and O'Neil Boulevards.   A limited kosher selection is available at both of these stores. A more extensive kosher shopping experience awaits you at Murray Avenue Kosher, which is a short drive into the Squirrel Hill neighborhood of Pittsburgh, PA.

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Conservative Synagogue

Germantown Jewish Centre

400 West Ellet Street, Philadelphia, 19119, Pennsylvania, United States
Operation Hours: Daily Services,Fri Evening Services,Shabbat Morning Services,High Holidays
Phone: 1-215-844-1507   Fax: 1-215-844-8309

The Germantown Jewish Centre (GJC) has been the heart of the Jewish community in Northwest Philadelphia and the surrounding suburbs for 75 years. We are a vibrant, pluralistic and egalitarian synagogue located in Mount Airy and committed to sustaining and strengthening Jewish life in greater Philadelphia.

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Conservative Synagogue

Hanover Hebrew Congregation

120 Park Ave, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, United States
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Conservative Synagogue

Har Zion Temple

1500 Hagys Ford Road, Penn Valley, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: 1-610-667-5000   Fax: 1-610-667-2032

At Har Zion Temple the Answer is Yes. We offer the entire Jewish community, which includes individuals of all commitment levels, a sanctuary for prayer, study and community. We are a place of spiritual connection, where our dedicated clergy, staff, and volunteers create a place to celebrate in moments of triumph, to find comfort in times of hardship, and to gain insight in the search for meaning.

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Synagogue

Jewish Community Center

379 Park Ave, Meadville, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: 1-814-333-9527  
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Reform Synagogue

Jewish Congregation at Graterford

Graterford, Pennsylvania, United States
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Reconstructionist Synagogue

Kehilat HaNahar

85 W. Mechanic St. 85 W. Mechanic St., New Hope, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: 1-215-862-1912   Fax: 1-215-862-6891

Kehilat Hanahar, 'The Little Shul by the River', is all about the 21st century, yet grounded in tradition. Since our founding in 1994/5457 we have created a dynamic and unique synagogue and Jewish community here in the historic heart of the Delaware Valley, serving members from across Bucks County, PA and Mercer County, NJ.

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Orthodox Synagogue

Kehillas Bnai Shalom

2446 Bristol Road, Bensalem, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: 215-750-0604  
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Conservative Synagogue

Kesher Israel

1000 Pottstown Pike, West Chester, 19380, Pennsylvania, United States
Operation Hours: Fri Evening Services,Shabbat Morning Services,High Holidays,Tourist Visits
Phone: 1-610-696-7210   Fax: 1-610-696-7107

A vibrant and inclusive Jewish community in which congregants at every stage of life enjoy deep relationships with God, community and one another.

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Orthodox Synagogue

Kesher Israel Congregation

2500 North Third Street, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: 717-238-0763   Fax: 717-238-3464

Kesher Israel Congregation was founded in 1902 by men and women determined to create a Jewish presence in Harrisburg, PA based on the observance and study of Torah, prayer, and acts of loving kindness. Kesher Israel continues to hold true to those principles and thrives as an Orthodox synagogue

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Conservative Synagogue

Kesher Zion Synagogue

1245 Perkiomen Ave., Reading, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: 1-610-374-1763   Fax: 1-610-375-1352
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Orthodox Synagogue

Kesser Torah

5706 Bartlett, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States
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Orthodox Synagogue

Knesset HaSefer

1237 Edgewood Road, Yardley, Pennsylvania, United States
Operation Hours: Daily Services,Fri Evening Services,Shabbat Morning Services,High Holidays,Tourist Visits
Phone: (215) 493-6365  

Knesset Hasefer is an orthodox synagogue located in picturesque Yardley, Pennsylvania.

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Reconstructionist Synagogue

Leyv Ha-Ir

1906 S. Rittenhouse Sq, Philadelphia, 19103, Pennsylvania, United States
Operation Hours: Shabbat Morning Services,High Holidays
Phone: 215-629-1995  

Leyv Ha-Ir, Hebrew for Heart of the City, is a small, growing Reconstructionist Congregation with most activities located at the Ethical Society at 1906 S. Rittenhouse Square, Philadelphia. Founded in May 1990, Congregation Leyv Ha-Ir is led by Rabbi Julie Greenberg. Our members come from all branches of Judaism, including Reform, Conservative and Orthodox, and include recent converts to Judaism. Our members include students, professionals, rabbis, singles, couples, and those in traditional and non-traditional families.

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Orthodox Synagogue

Lower Merion Synagogue

123 Old Lancaster Road, Bala Cynwyd, 19004, Pennsylvania, United States
Operation Hours: Daily Services,Fri Evening Services,Shabbat Morning Services,High Holidays
Phone: 610-664-5626   Fax: 610-664-2304

The Lower Merion Synagogue was founded in 1954 by four families committed to the development of an Orthodox shul and community in Lower Merion.  It was the Township’s first Orthodox congregation. Under the leadership of our beloved Rabbi Abraham Levene, the shul grew from a small group of families to a membership of 350 families. Our community has grown with us and now numerous local institutions support and serve Orthodox families. Today, with Rabbi Avraham Shmidman as the Morah D’Asra, LMS continues its membership growth and the synagogue has thriving multiple daily minyanim, a dynamic and exciting youth program, and shiurim, daf yomi and other educational programs that attract people from all over the Philadelphia area. If you were to ask members or visitors to describe LMS, they would undoubtedly say it is a welcoming and inclusive Orthodox congregation. Ahavat Yisrael is the unifying theme of our synagogue, which also maintains a strong commitment to the observance of Halacha and the study of Torah, to the love of Israel and its people, and to providing opportunities for the individual spiritual growth of its members. Our goals for the future remain much the same as those of the four founding families—to provide a home for those seeking an Orthodox synagogue where they and their children can come together to pray, celebrate, learn and grow.

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Chabad Lubavitch Synagogue

Lubavitch Center

7622 Castor Avenue, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: 215-725-2030   Fax: 215-742-6455
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Chabad Lubavitch Synagogue

Lubavitch Center-Pittsburgh

2100 Wightman Street, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: 412-422-7315   Fax: 412-422-5930
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Chabad Lubavitch Synagogue

Lubavitch House

4032 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: 215-222-3130   Fax: 215-222-7622
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Chabad Lubavitch Synagogue

Lubavitch House of Philadelphia

754 South 9th Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: 215-574-9280   Fax: 215-440-9750
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Chabad Lubavitch Synagogue

Lubavitch Jewish Center

668 Stonyhill Road, Yardley, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: 215-497-9925   Fax: 215-497-9929

Lubavitch of Bucks County,  is founded on the principle that, while people embrace many levels of observance in their personal lives, there should be a place for no labels, and all affiliations. A place where people can develop a sense of community and enhance their own spiritual experiences of Judaism.

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Chabad Lubavitch Synagogue

Lubavitch of Montgomery County

P.O.B. 952, Fort Washington, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: 215-591-9310   Fax: 215-591-9312
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Reform Synagogue

Main Line Reform Temple Beth Elohim

410 Montgomery Avenue, Wynnewood, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: 610-649-7800   Fax: 610-642-6338

Through the study of sacred texts, stories and experiences of our people, we seek to transmit the values, ideas and dreams of our traditions to enable our members to make responsible religious and ethical choices.  In the spirit of Liberal Judaism, Main Line Reform Temple-Beth Elohim (MLRT) is committed to a participatory, egalitarian and democratic process, both in ritual practice and governance. We offer programs that involve people of different ages and interests that allow them to develop and practice Judaism through worship, education, service to others and social activities.   
 

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Synagogue

Makom Kadosh: The Jewish Fellowship of Chester County

685 Broad Run Road, West Chester, 19382, Pennsylvania, United States
Operation Hours: Fri Evening Services,Shabbat Morning Services,High Holidays,Tourist Visits
Phone: 484 947 5008  
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Conservative Synagogue

Melrose Bnai Israel Emanu-El

133 W. Cheltenham Ave, Cheltenham, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: 1-215-244-0807   Fax: 1-215-635-1505

Melrose B’nai Israel Emanu-El is the unique, haimish, traditional egalitarian, small congregation that extends warmth and welcomes a range of diverse ideas so that people of all ages will know they are valued, participate and feel spiritually uplifted.

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Conservative Synagogue

Mercy & Truth

575 N Keim Street, Pottstown, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: 1-610-326-1717   Fax: 1-610-326-5210
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Reconstructionist Synagogue

Minyan Dorshei Derekh

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
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Reconstructionist Synagogue

Minyan Dorshei Derekh

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
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Reconstructionist Synagogue

Mishkan Shalom

4101 Freeland Ave., Philadelphia, 19128, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: (215) 508-0226  

Mishkan Shalom, a Reconstructionist synagogue dedicated to repair of the world through prayer, study and acts of caring. At Mishkan Shalom, you’ll find profound and dynamic services, life cycle events and Jewish cultural celebrations, a vibrant congregational school and teen program and a shared commitment to social justice that’s grounded in Jewish values and texts.

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Orthodox Synagogue

Ner Tamid Jewish Center

611 East Street Road, West Chester, Pennsylvania, United States
Operation Hours: Daily Services,Fri Evening Services,Shabbat Morning Services,High Holidays,Tourist Visits
Phone: 1-610 399-1265  
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Conservative Synagogue

Ner Zedek-Ezrath Israe-Beth Uziel

7520 Bustleton Ave, Philadelphia, 19152, Pennsylvania, United States
Operation Hours: Daily Services,Shabbat Morning Services,High Holidays
Phone: 1-215-728-1155   Fax: 1-215-722-2488
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Conservative Synagogue

New Light Congregation

1700 Beechwood Blvd, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States
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Chabad Lubavitch Synagogue

Newtown Jewish Center

25 North State St, Newtown, 18940, Pennsylvania, United States
Operation Hours: Fri Evening Services,Shabbat Morning Services,High Holidays
Phone: (215) 497-9925  

Lubavitch of Bucks County,  is founded on the principle that, while people embrace many levels of observance in their personal lives, there should be a place for no labels, and all affiliations. A place where people can develop a sense of community and enhance their own spiritual experiences of Judaism. 

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Sephardi Synagogue

Od Yosef Chai

8543 Bustleton Avenue, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
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Orthodox Synagogue

Ohav Zedek Congregation

242 South Franklin Street, Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania, United States
Operation Hours: Daily Services,Fri Evening Services,Shabbat Morning Services,High Holidays,Tourist Visits
Phone: 570-825-6619 Fax:   Fax: 570-825-6634
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Reconstructionist Synagogue

Oheb Zedeck Synagogue

2400 West End Ave, Pottsville, 17901, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: 570-622-5890   Fax: 570-622-4518
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Conservative Synagogue

Ohev Shalom of Bucks County

944 Second Street Pike, Richboro, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: 1-215-322-9595   Fax: 1-215-322-8253

Ohev Shalom of Bucks County is a vibrant and dynamic congregation affiliated with the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism. While we have grown considerably from our 22 founding families in 1976 to approximately 500 today, we have worked hard to maintain a spirit of caring for each individual member of our community. Ohev Shalom celebrates the uniqueness of each individual and welcomes diversity within our sacred community.

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Conservative Synagogue

Ohev Sholom Synagogue

2251 Eastern Blvd., York, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: 1-717-755-2714   Fax: 1-717-755-0101
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Reform Synagogue

Old York Road Temple Beth Am

971 Old York Road, Abington, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: (215) 886-8000   Fax: 215-886-8320

Our synagogue is truly a “Beth Am” – a house of the people. We are a Reform congregation of more than 800 families dedicated to creating a warm, inclusive, and stimulating Jewish community. Beth Am's members create deep connections and life-long friendships. We celebrate holidays, share life-cycle events, and are there for one another in times of need. Beth Am is proud to be a fully accessible community where everyone is welcome.

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Reconstructionist Synagogue

Or Hadash

190 Camp Hill Road, Fort Washington, 19034, Pennsylvania, United States
Operation Hours: Fri Evening Services,Shabbat Morning Services,High Holidays
Phone: 215-283-0276   Fax: 215-283-4822

Or Hadash is a vibrant and diverse community that is committed to promoting the many facets of our evolving Jewish civilization. We strive to create a warm and welcoming home where all members are accepted and valued. Through our commitment to the principles of Reconstructionist Judaism, we promote and encourage opportunities for study, prayer, cultural and artistic expression, and acts of tikkun olam, or repairing the world.

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Conservative Synagogue

Oxford Circle JCC - Brith Israel

PO Box 11487, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: 1-215-342-2400   Fax: 1-215-342-2727

Congregation Adath Jeshurun is an inclusive, egalitarian Conservative synagogue. All are welcome irrespective of gender, race, or sexual orientation.
We welcome dual-faith families who want to be involved in the Jewish community.
 

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Synagogue

P'nai Or of Philadelphia

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: 215 849 9227  
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Conservative Synagogue

Parkway Jewish Center

300 Princeton Drive, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: 1-412-823-4338   Fax: 1-412-823-4338
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Orthodox Synagogue

Poale Zedeck Congregation

6318 Phillips Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: 412-421-9786   Fax: 412-421-2427
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Reform Synagogue

Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel

8339 OLD YORK ROAD, Elkins Park, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: (215) 887-8700   Fax: (215) 887-1070

Keneseth Israel is a diverse community representing a broad constituency of nearly 1,000 families. We happily welcome, accept and foster relationships with interfaith and homosexual (GLBT) families. Any Jewish adult, spouse or significant other of a Jewish adult, or a parent of a Jewish child can be a full member of KI. Regardless of which parent is Jewish, via conversion or otherwise, the child of a Jewish parent being raised in a Jewish household is Jewish at KI.

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Reform Synagogue

Rodef Shalom Congregation

4905 Fifth Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: (412) 621-6566   Fax: (412) 621-5475

The mission of Rodef Shalom is to build and sustain a vibrant Reform Jewish community.

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Orthodox Synagogue

Shaare Torah Congregation

2319 Murray Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: 412-421-8855   Fax: 412-521-9938

Shaare Torah! We are an active and diverse Orthodox congregation located in the vibrant Jewish neighborhood of Squirrel Hill. With programs and events for all ages, we are a community that embraces our members and visitors as family throughout the life cycle. Join us for a daily or Shabbat minyan, a weekly learning session, a chesed project, a family or social event, or a simcha, and you’ll quickly feel the warmth, dedication, and good humor of our congregation.

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Reform Synagogue

Shir Ami

101 Richboro Road, Newtown, Pennsylvania, United States
Operation Hours: Fri Evening Services,Shabbat Morning Services,High Holidays
Phone: (215) 968-3400   Fax: (215) 968-3296

Shir Ami serves the needs of the Bucks County Reform community with engaging clergy, wonderful programming, attentive staff and an energetic congregation committed to leaving this world a little better than we found it.   Our passion for learning, social action and prayer is strong.  Our traditions guide us in study of Torah, tikkun olam, education, Jewish values and culture.  Our community is one, supporting each other through down times and celebrating simchas with equal spirit.

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Humanistic Synagogue

Shir Shalom

P.O. Box 31, Cheltenham, Pennsylvania, United States
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Orthodox Synagogue

Shomrei Habrith Congregation

PO Box 13395, Reading, 19604, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: 610-921-0881   Fax: 610-921-1541

Chabad is here to serve the needs of the Jewish people and to strengthen their connection to Judaism. Our open-door policy always brings us new faces and friends, whether for religious services, personal guidance, special events, or many of our other programs throughout the year.

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Conservative Synagogue

SJCC-Bnai Aaron

560 Mill Road, Havertown, 19083, Pennsylvania, United States
Operation Hours: Daily Services,Fri Evening Services,Shabbat Morning Services,High Holidays
Phone: 1-610-446-1967   Fax: 1-610-789-7828
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Liberal Synagogue

Society Hill Synagogue Ohr Chadash

418 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, 19106, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: 215-922-6590   Fax: 215-922-6599

Society Hill Synagogue is a vibrant, egalitarian congregation, welcoming people of all backgrounds and approaches to Judaism. We serve the religious, educational, cultural and social needs of the Jewish community in Center City Philadelphia and its environs. Our religious services are based on the Conservative liturgy. From our Playschool and Hebrew School to our adult education programs, we provide exciting opportunities for lifelong learning and spiritual growth.

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Reform Synagogue

Sons of Israel Congregation

Morrison and Weber, DuBois, Pennsylvania, United States
Operation Hours: Fri Evening Services,High Holidays
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Orthodox Synagogue

Sons of Israel Congregation

2715 West Tilghman Street, Allentown, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: 610-433-6089   Fax: 610-433-6080

Congregation Sons of Israel is an Orthodox synagogue located in Allentown, Pennsylvania, in the heart of the beautiful Lehigh Valley. Founded in 1902 by about 25 Jewish residents, SOI has grown into a flourishing Orthodox community with over 180 member families. Our synagogue offers weekly Shabbat and Holiday services as well as daily minyanim for Shacharit and Mincha/Maariv.

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Reform Synagogue

Temple B'nai B'rith

408 Wyoming Avenue, Kingston, Pennsylvania, United States
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Reform Synagogue

Temple B'nai Israel

White Oak, Pennsylvania, United States
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Reform Synagogue

Temple Beth Am

Monessen, Pennsylvania, United States
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Conservative Synagogue

Temple Beth El

1836 Rohrerstown Rd, Lancaster, 17601, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: (717) 581-7891  

Temple Beth El is a member congregation of the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism, (www.uscj.org), observing Traditional Judaism within the framework of modern living. Through religious services, religious school and adult education, the congregation strives to develop a sense of family and community among members and to encourage growth and understanding of Jewish identity. As Conservative Jews, our philosophy is to remain committed to the Halacha, Jewish law determined by our tradition, while also allowing for change and growth.

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Temple Beth El

1305 Springhouse Road, Allentown, 18104, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: 1-610-435-3521   Fax: 1-610-435-7704

Temple Beth El promotes Jewish growth through life-long learning from childhood through adulthood. Our synagogue provides participatory and inclusive prayer experiences. Inspirational services offer a path that brings us closer to each other and to God.

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Reform Synagogue

Temple Beth El

Bradford, Pennsylvania, United States
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Reform Synagogue

Temple Beth Hatikvah

Minersville, Pennsylvania, United States
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Conservative Synagogue

Temple Beth Hillel-Beth El

1001 Remington Road, Wynnewood, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: 1-610-649-5300   Fax: 1-610-649-0948
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Reform Synagogue

Temple Beth Israel

840 Highland Rd, Sharon, 16146, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: (724) 346-4754  
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Reform Synagogue

Temple Beth Israel

2090 Hollywood Drive, York, Pennsylvania, United States

From the celebration of new life, to the saying of Kaddish, Temple Beth Israel is your spiritual family for honoring life cycle events as well as the Jewish holy days. Rabbi Jeffrey Astrachan, our members, and our staff, assist in the preparation and celebration of Bar and Bat Mitzvah, Confirmation, weddings, brit milah and baby namings, sitting shiva, and annual Yahrzeit observances. During the year, you are encouraged to participate in our worship services, including Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, Sukkot, Chanukah, Purim, Yom HaShoah, and other events which honor, celebrate, and remember the history of our people.

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Reform Synagogue

Temple Beth Israel

Altoona, Pennsylvania, United States
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Reconstructionist Synagogue

Temple Beth Shalom

913 Allendale Road, Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, United States
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Reform Synagogue

Temple Beth Torah

608 Welsh Road, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: (215) 677-1555   Fax: (215) 677-8891
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Conservative Synagogue

Temple Beth Zion - Beth Israel

300 South 18th Street, Philadelphia, 19103, Pennsylvania, United States
Operation Hours: Daily Services,Fri Evening Services,Shabbat Morning Services,High Holidays,Tourist Visits
Phone: 215-735-5148   Fax: 215-735-7838

Temple Beth Zion-Beth Israel – BZBI – is a Beit Knesset, a House of Assembly, celebrating our Jewish culture; a Beit Midrash – a House of Study, a place of learning for babies to Baby Boomers and beyond; and a Beit T’fillah – a House of Prayer, gathering in worship on Shabbat, Holy Days, and every day.

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Reform Synagogue

Temple Brith Achim

481 South Gulph Road, King of Prussia, 19406, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: (610) 337-2222  

Our Temple Brith Achim (TBA) family is a dynamic Reform Jewish congregation. We are a welcoming friendly home where Jews and their families inspire each other to express our Jewish identity and connect with one another, our community and with God. As a member of the TBA family, we enter into a sacred partnership, a Brit (covenant), in which we each have mutual and reciprocal opportunities and expectations. By honoring this sacred partnership, each member of the TBA family makes it possible for us to connect with, encourage, and nurture each other.

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Reform Synagogue

Temple Covenant of Peace

1451 Northampton Street, Easton, 18042, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: 1-610-253-2031  

Temple Covenant of Peace is a Reform congregation in Easton PA committed to cultivating a love and understanding of Jewish heritage, to stimulate fellowship in the Jewish Community and to strengthen the bonds of loyalty with the Jewish people everywhere. At 175 years old, our Temple is the third oldest in Pennsylvania and the tenth oldest in the United States. Through weekly services, programs and study, we celebrate our heritage. We hope you will consider becoming an active member of our congregational family.

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Reform Synagogue

Temple David

4415 Northern Pike, Monroeville, Pennsylvania, United States

Temple David, your Reform congregation in the East Suburban area of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania,  We invite you to come and experience our warm, all-inclusive, and stimulating Jewish community that is really more like a family.  Temple David is proud to be a fully accessible community where everyone is welcome.  Step inside and we’ll help you find where you belong!  We hope you’ll enjoy our website and that it will help you to learn more about our synagogue. Here, you will find information on all aspects of our members, our services, our education opportunities for young and old, our events, and opportunities for you to volunteer. You are cordially invited to stop by in person.

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Reform Synagogue

Temple Emanuel of South Hills

1250 Bower Hill Road, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: (412) 279-7600   Fax: 412-279-7628
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Reform Synagogue

Temple Hesed

1 Knox Rd., Scranton, 18505, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: (570) 344-7201   Fax: (570) 346-6147

emple Hesed, a Union for Reform Judaism member synagogue in Scranton, Pennsylvania. Welcome is a word you will hear quite often in connection with Temple Hesed. We are a welcoming community, open and accepting of all those in search of a spiritual and social home. At Temple Hesed, individuals and families of every age, income, and lifestyle will find a warm, genuine welcome.

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Conservative Synagogue

Temple Israel

918 E. Gibson Street, Scranton, 18510, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: 1-570-342-0350   Fax: 1-570-342-7250
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Reform Synagogue

Temple Israel

Uniontown, Pennsylvania, United States
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Conservative Synagogue

Temple Israel

239 South River Street, Wilkes Barre, 18702, Pennsylvania, United States
Operation Hours: Daily Services,Fri Evening Services,Shabbat Morning Services,High Holidays,Tourist Visits
Phone: 1-570-824-8927   Fax: 1-570-824-0904
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Conservative Synagogue

Temple Israel of the Poconos

660 Wallace Street, Stroudsburg, 18360, Pennsylvania, United States
Operation Hours: Fri Evening Services,Shabbat Morning Services,High Holidays,Tourist Visits
Phone: 1-570-421-8781   Fax: 1-570-421-2544

Temple Israel of the Poconos takes pride in its historic mission of providing a home where Judaism and the Jewish community of the Greater Poconos area can flourish. It takes pride in its history of being the vital center of Poconos Jewish life. 

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Conservative Synagogue

Temple Israel of Upper Darby

501 Bywood Ave, Upper Darby, Pennsylvania, United States
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Reform Synagogue

Temple Judea of Bucks County

300 Swamp Road, Doylestown, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: (215) 348-5022   Fax: 215-489-1188

Temple Judea is a lively, welcoming, diverse congregation. We offer a variety of programs and opportunities for you to connect with our community while exploring your own spiritual path. You may find your connection through Shabbat and holiday worship services and programs, or you may enjoy the social activities offered by Sisterhood, Men’s Club, or League of Our Own. If you are interested in learning more about Jewish history, culture, and practice, you may choose to participate in the classes and educational programs offered for adults. Some congregants find great personal satisfaction and the opportunity to cultivate new friendships by volunteering for our many committees or special projects. For example, many people volunteer to help with major events such as our annual Rummage Sale, while others serve on committees which handle tasks such as fundraising or building and grounds management. Families with children enjoy participating together in the social action projects that take place several times a year. Each member finds his or her own way to become a connected part of our congregation, and every member of our community is supported and valued.

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Reform Synagogue

Temple Ohav Shalom

8400 Thompson Run Road, Allison Park, 15101, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: 412-369-0900  
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Reform Synagogue

Temple Ohev Sholom

2345 Front Street, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, United States

Temple Ohev Sholom began in 1853, nine years before the Civil War, when 24 Jewish families gathered to celebrate Rosh Hashanah on the second floor of the Duncan Building located at Third and Walnut Streets in Harrisburg. Two years later, in April of 1855, the congregation acquired a cemetery site in Progress, just north of Harrisburg. During its early years, Temple Ohev Sholom was an orthodox congregation.  

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Reform Synagogue

Temple Shalom

2901 Edgely Road, Levittown, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: (215) 945-4154   Fax: 215.945.0279
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Reform Synagogue

Temple Sholom

55 North Church Lane, Broomall, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: (610) 356-5165   Fax: 610-356-6713

Temple Sholom is a Reform congregation dedicated to promoting the fundamental and enduring principles of Judaism and ensuring the continuity of the Jewish people through practices of inclusiveness, openness and individual autonomy

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Conservative Synagogue

Temple Sholom

Large Street & Roosevelt Blvd., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: 1-215-288-7600   Fax: 1-215-288-7780
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Reform Synagogue

Temple Sinai

5505 Forbes Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States
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Chabad Lubavitch Synagogue

The Aleph Institute-N.E. Regional Headquarters

2121 Murray Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: 412-421-1295   Fax: 412-521-5948

The Aleph Institute is a not-for-profit Jewish religious, educational, and humanitarian organization serving the Jewish community. We offer a multitude of services to imprisoned Jewish men and women and their families as we are focused on the premise that "no Jew is forgotten" and that "no Jew is alone."

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Chabad Lubavitch Synagogue

The Lubavitcher Center

7622 Castor Avenue at Napfle, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: (215)725-2030  
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Conservative Synagogue

Tiferet Bet Israel

1920 Skippack Pike, Blue Bell, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: 1-610-275-8797   Fax: 1-610-275-1664

Built on a rich heritage of over 100 years, Tiferet Bet Israel is a contemporary Conservative Synagogue, housed in a modern facility in Blue Bell, Pennsylvania. Our membership draws together a diverse community of all ages comprised of families, seniors, students and singles. We enthusiastically welcome Jews of varied backgrounds to join us and become part of our warm, friendly and caring environment. With a strong focus on spiritual, educational, charitable and social programs, the TBI community embraces Jewish values and beliefs and transmits these from generation to generation.

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Conservative Synagogue

Tifereth Israel of Lower Bucks County

2909 Bristol Road, Bensalem, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: 1-215-752-3468   Fax: 1-215-757-8660

Congregation Tifereth Israel of Lower Bucks County is more than a synagogue – it is a community. We are very proud of our congregation, our history and most importantly, our coming together in times of ritual, celebration, and in times of need.

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Conservative Synagogue

Tree of Life

316 W. 1st Street, Oil City, Pennsylvania, United States
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Conservative Synagogue

Tree of Life Congregation

5898 Wilkins Ave, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States
Operation Hours: Daily Services,Fri Evening Services,Shabbat Morning Services,High Holidays
Phone: 1-412-521-6788   Fax: 1-412-521-7846
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Conservative Synagogue

Tree of Life Synagogue

PO Box 264, Uniontown, Pennsylvania, United States
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Reconstructionist Synagogue

Tzedek v'Shalom

Newtown, Pennsylvania, United States

Tzedek v’Shalom (TvS) is a welcoming, spiritual, and growing Reconstructionist Jewish congregation in Bucks County, PA. At TvS, music and creativity are as much a part of our community as prayer and learning. We are an inclusive congregation dedicated to the integration of spiritual life and the pursuit of social justice.

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Chabad Lubavitch Synagogue

Va'adah L'dovrei Ivrit Chabad

1218 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
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Orthodox Synagogue

Young Israel of Elkins Park

7715 Montgomery Avenue, Elkins Park, Pennsylvania, United States
Operation Hours: Daily Services,Fri Evening Services,Shabbat Morning Services,High Holidays
Phone: 215-635-3152  

Elkins Park, PA is a wonderfully affordable and strikingly beautiful suburban Orthodox Jewish community just north of Philadelphia, the fifth largest city in the United States. Nestled among oak, maple, and cherry trees, Elkins Park is home to a growing, warm, Torah-focused community with Jews from diverse backgrounds. With affordable and spacious homes, a close-knit community,and plenty of family-friendly activities, living in Elkins Park offers a serene and friendly community without sacrificing the conveniences of being in the heart of the Northeastern U.S.

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Young Israel Synagogue

Young Israel of Greater Pittsburgh

5831 Bartlett Street, Pittsburgh, 15217, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: (412) 421-7224  
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Young Israel Synagogue

Young Israel of Oxford Circle

6427 Large Street, Philadelphia, 19149, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: (215) 725-7087  
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Young Israel Synagogue

Young Israel of the Main Line

273 Montgomery Ave, Bala Cynwyd, 19004, Pennsylvania, United States
Phone: (610) 667-3255  

Nestled in the charming town of Bala Cynwyd, just minutes away from the heart of Philadelphia, the Young Israel of the Main Line serves as a major center of Torah and Avodah in our community. Enjoying the benefits of a complete local Jewish infrastructure, including Eruv, Mikva, kosher dining, Judaica stores, centers of outreach and advanced Torah learning, our congregants take advantage of the Shul’s services to guide their growth and to channel their ahavas Yisroel. Benefiting from strong rabbinic guidance, our members, who come from diverse backgrounds, are united by their appreciation of serious davening, continuous growth in Torah learning at every level, and genuine concern for one another and for all of Klal Yisroel. Our programs include Shabbos youth groups and other, special events for children, and our Shul is truly a great place for people of all ages.

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Traditional Synagogue

Young Peoples Synagogue

6404 Forbes Avenue, Pittsburgh, 15217, Pennsylvania, United States
Operation Hours: Fri Evening Services,Shabbat Morning Services,High Holidays

Founded in Pittsburgh in 1946 as Young Peoples Synagogue, YPS was a pioneerhavurah, or religious fellowship. Committed to a dignified and spiritually moving, member-led, traditional religious service, the members of YPS have sustained ourminyan for over sixty years. YPS has a special place in Jewish religious life in Pittsburgh and the United States. Meeting every week for Shabbat and festival services, we’re a “do-it-yourself” shul: no rabbi, no secretary, no office, no paid professionals at all, which means we teach newcomers who want to extend their participation in the services. Our commitment to the minyan has fostered a strong sense of family among our members. Everything we do, from davening to setting up kiddush and the annual picnic, we do ourselves.

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