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25 Synagogues in Rhode Island, United States

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Brown-RISD Hillel

80 Brown St., Providence, 02906, Rhode Island, United States
Phone: 1-401-863-2805  

Hillel, the center for Jewish life on campus, is one of the largest, most exciting, and versatile organizations at Brown and RISD. Hillel is an integral part of campus social, cultural, educational, political and religious life. The Jewish community on College Hill prides itself on being pluralist and fluid; its different communities and interest groups overlap and enrich each other. Students come from a variety of backgrounds, both ideologically and in their Jewish experience. Some students had little connection with Jewish life before entering Brown; others made it a central part of their lives

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Chabad Lubavitch Synagogue

Chabad CHAI Center of West Bay

3871 Post Rd., Warwick, 02886, Rhode Island, United States
Phone: 1-401-884-7888  

Dedicated to outreach and education to the entire West Bay Jewish Community with Jewish services, study groups, programing and more.
Our objective is to reach out and create a warm, welcoming atmosphere for Jews to explore and experience their heritage in a welcoming, non-judgmental environment.

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Chabad Lubavitch Synagogue

Chabad of College Hill

12 Olive St., Providence, 02906, Rhode Island, United States
Phone: (401) 421-1486  

habad House at College Hill has been offering students a warm and friendly atmosphere to experience traditional Jewish services and customs.  Kiddush Shabbat dinner and lunch are available every week along with various holiday services and meals when appropriate.  Private learning sessions can be arranged and group classes are taught throughout the semester. 

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Chabad Lubavitch Synagogue

Chabad of Providence Hospitality Center

360 Hope St, Providence, 02906, Rhode Island, United States
Phone: 1-401-300-7944  
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Chabad Lubavitch Synagogue

Chabad of Providence Hospitality Center

360 Hope St, Providence, 02906, Rhode Island, United States
Phone: 1-401-300-7944  
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Conservative Synagogue

Congregation Beth David

102 Kingstown Road, Narragansett, 02882, Rhode Island, United States
Operation Hours: Fri Evening Services,Shabbat Morning Services,High Holidays
Phone: (401) 789-3437  

The mission of Congregation Beth David is to meet the diverse spiritual, religious, educational, and social needs of its members within the framework of Conservative Judaism.

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Modern Orthodox Synagogue

Congregation Beth Sholom

275 Camp St., Providence, 02906, Rhode Island, United States
Phone: 1-401-621-9393   Fax: 1-401-331-9393

Congregation Beth Sholom is a warm and friendly Orthodox Jewish Synagogue located in the beautiful East Side of Providence. We are truly an inclusive congregation, seeking to foster ties to our faith and our community. Together, we engage in prayer, study, social action, recreational programming, and much more.

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Conservative Synagogue

Congregation Bnai Israel

224 Prospect St, Woonsocket, 02895, Rhode Island, United States
Operation Hours: Fri Evening Services,Shabbat Morning Services,High Holidays
Phone: 1-401-762-3651   Fax: 1-401-767-5243

Our small but vibrant congregation offers Sunday School, Hebrew School, and early education programs such as our Jewish Mother Goose and PJ Library Programs. Come join us for our Family Friendly Friday Shabbat Dinners and other special programs. We are also an outreach site for the Jewish Eldercare of RI, offering resources to Jewish seniors and their families. Our cemetery is centrally located and has recently been expanded to include a section to accommodate the burial of our interfaith families.

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Orthodox Synagogue

Congregation Mishkon Tfiloh

203 Summit Ave., Providence, 02906, Rhode Island, United States
Phone: 1-401-521-1616   Fax: 1-401-421-5074
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Orthodox Synagogue

Congregation Ohawe Sholam

671 East Ave., Pawtucket, 02860, Rhode Island, United States
Phone: (401) 722-3146   Fax: (401) 726-6633

Ohawe Sholam - an orthodox shul of Pawtucket, Rhode Island!. We are a warm, close-knit shul of some 40-50 families, located minutes from I-95, and a thirty-minute train ride (why drive?!) from Boston.

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Orthodox Synagogue

Congregation Sons of Jacob

24 Douglas Avenue, Providence, 02908, Rhode Island, United States
Phone: (401) 274-5260  
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Chabad Lubavitch Synagogue

Merkos-Chabad of Rhode Island

48 Savoy Street, Providence, Rhode Island, United States
Phone: (401) 273-7238   Fax: (401) 273-7211
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Orthodox Synagogue

New England Rabbinical College

262 Blackstone Blvd., Providence, 02906, Rhode Island, United States
Phone: (401) 274-3298   Fax: (401) 274-3398

The New England Rabbinical College is a traditional yeshiva devoted to full time study of the Talmud. It endeavors to provide each of its students with the tools, environment and support to realize his potential as a Jew, and to encourage continuous striving in the service of G-d and Klal Yisrael. By nurturing each student as an individual and offering a balanced, well-rounded education in a warm, tranquil setting, the Yeshiva aims to foster a lifelong bond between Rebbe and Talmid, while cultivating a sense of responsibility to one’s peers, community and self.

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Reform Synagogue

Newport Havurah

P.O. Box 3904, Newport 02840, Rhode Island, United States
Phone: (401) 849-9197  
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Conservative Synagogue

Temple Am David

40 Gardiner St., Warwick, 02888, Rhode Island, United States
Operation Hours: Daily Services,Fri Evening Services,Shabbat Morning Services,High Holidays
Phone: 1-401-463-7944   Fax: 1-401-468-9262

The congregation of Temple Am David, through a succession of mergers, which adapted to the changing Jewish Community in Rhode Island, celebrates a rich history dating back more than 100 years. Today, Am David is a leading Conservative synagogue complete with a beautiful sanctuary, spacious social hall, school wing, and library.

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Reform Synagogue

Temple Beth-El

70 Orchard Ave., Providence, 02906, Rhode Island, United States
Operation Hours: Daily Services,Fri Evening Services,Shabbat Morning Services,High Holidays
Phone: 1-401-331-6070   Fax: 1-401-331-8068

Temple Beth-El is a caring Jewish Community that warmly welcomes and engages members by providing a rich variety of religious, spiritual, educational, and communal opportunities. Temple Beth-El is committed to Jewish life and the evolving principles of Reform Judaism.

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Conservative Synagogue

Temple Emanu-El

99 Taft Ave, Providence, 02906, Rhode Island, United States
Phone: 1-401-331-1616   Fax: 1-401-421-9279

Temple Emanu-El, a traditional, egalitarian congregation affiliated with the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism, is dedicated to cultivating, developing and sustaining Judaism and Jewish living in consonance with the ideals and standards of the Conservative Movement. The Temple seeks to encourage and stimulate higher levels of knowledge, ethical practice and ritual observance among our members, and to transmit these traditions to the next generation.  Within our supportive community, we strive to foster meaningful worship experiences and a sense of being connected to God.  The synagogue provides a welcoming environment which values feelings of kinship, a sense of belonging, and spiritual enrichment both in daily living and times of transition.  We are committed to life-long learning: the performance of mitzvot; support for the local Jewish community, the State of Israel and Jews around the world; outreach to the unaffiliated; and dialogue and understanding among Jews, as well as between Jews and our neighbors

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Reform Synagogue

Temple Habonim

165 New Meadow Rd., Barrington, 02806, Rhode Island, United States
Phone: (401) 245-6536  

Temple Habonim is the spiritual home for 220 families, including Jews by birth, Jews by choice and interfaith families who come together as a community to worship, learn and connect. Habonim, meaning The Builders, is a welcoming Reform temple in the East Bay which draws from Barrington, Warren, and Bristol, as well as other Rhode Island and southeastern Massachusetts communities. We pride ourselves on being a place of inclusion for a diverse community, offering programs to meet varied needs and interests. We are a place of caring, where traditions are honored, minds are expanded, friends are made, participation is encouraged and comfort can be found within community. We welcome you to visit and learn more about us.

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Conservative Synagogue

Temple Shalom

223 Valley Rd., Newport, 02842, Rhode Island, United States
Phone: (401) 846-9002  

Temple Shalom is an embracing, supportive, vibrant community which is committed to observing Conservative Judaism in a contemporary and progressive tradition and which is devoted to the continuation of Jewish values, education and culture. Temple Shalom honors the diversity of its members and is dedicated to their spiritual, intellectual, and religious growth.

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Reform Synagogue

Temple Sinai

30 Hagen Avenue, Cranston, 02920, Rhode Island, United States
Phone: (401) 942-8350   Fax: (401) 942-3260

Temple Sinai of Cranston was founded to be a community in the deepest sense of the word. Our Shabbat services on Friday nights and Saturday mornings are joyful, spiritual and musical. We celebrate lifecycle events like weddings and b'nei mitzvah with excitement and fun. Our holidays are a time of meaning and broad participation. Children and adults learn ineducation programs centered on experiencing Judaism as a living tradition that speaks to our lives today. We come together as a community to socialize, to help others, and to make our world a better place.

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Reform Synagogue

Temple Sinai

30 Hagen Avenue, Cranston, 02920, Rhode Island, United States
Phone: (401) 942-8350   Fax: (401) 942-3260
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Conservative Synagogue

Temple Torat Yisrael

1251 Middle Rd, Cranston, 02818, Rhode Island, United States
Operation Hours: Fri Evening Services,Shabbat Morning Services
Phone: (401) 885-6600  

Temple Torat Yisrael, as a Conservative Jewish congregation , seeks to develop our individual and collective abilities to contribute to the larger needs of our members and the community. Temple Torat Yisrael provides a positive physical and emotional environment in which a diverse and open Jewish community can practice all aspects of our faith. The congregation is committed to being a vibrant, flexible and growing religious institution that is sensitive to the changing needs of American Jews.

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Orthodox Synagogue

Touro Synagogue

85 Touro St., Newport, 02840, Rhode Island, United States
Phone: (401) 847-4794   Fax: (401) 847-8121
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Conservative Synagogue

United Brothers Synagogue

205 High St, Bristol, 02809, Rhode Island, United States
Operation Hours: Fri Evening Services,High Holidays
Phone: 401-253-3460  

The Jewish community in Bristol was founded by Eastern European immigrants who were fleeing anti-Semitism in their homelands. Some lived in Bristol as early as the 1890’s and in 1896 several men formed the Young Men’s Hebrew Association for social and benevolent purposes such as the need to bury the Jewish dead in Jewish cemeteries.  As the small Jewish community grew, they needed a place of worship.   As Orthodox Jews, they could not travel on the Sabbath so they needed a synagogue in walking distance. The two communities of Jews, blue color workers from Long Island who moved to Bristol between 1897 and 1907 to work for National India Rubber Company and members of the Young Men’s Hebrew Association, combined to form United Brothers Synagogue or Chevra Agudas Achim on June 11, 1900. The charter signed by the Rhode Island secretary of state is displayed in the sanctuary and lists the following eleven members as founders: Max Baron, Jacob Bassing, Joseph Benjamin, Joseph Feder, Abraham Gerstein, Jacob Goldstein, Max Lewanda, Elis Lisker, Max Makowsky, Wolf Weinstein, and Hyman Yarlasavetsky.  Louis Molasky, who became the first president serving over 20 years, was also a founder.  The first services were held at the home of Jacob Baron on Catherine Street

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United Brothers Synagogue

205 High St, Bristol, 02809, Rhode Island, United States
Operation Hours: Fri Evening Services,High Holidays
Phone: 401-253-3460  

The Jewish community in Bristol was founded by Eastern European immigrants who were fleeing anti-Semitism in their homelands. Some lived in Bristol as early as the 1890’s and in 1896 several men formed the Young Men’s Hebrew Association for social and benevolent purposes such as the need to bury the Jewish dead in Jewish cemeteries.  As the small Jewish community grew, they needed a place of worship.   As Orthodox Jews, they could not travel on the Sabbath so they needed a synagogue in walking distance. The two communities of Jews, blue color workers from Long Island who moved to Bristol between 1897 and 1907 to work for National India Rubber Company and members of the Young Men’s Hebrew Association, combined to form United Brothers Synagogue or Chevra Agudas Achim on June 11, 1900. The charter signed by the Rhode Island secretary of state is displayed in the sanctuary and lists the following eleven members as founders: Max Baron, Jacob Bassing, Joseph Benjamin, Joseph Feder, Abraham Gerstein, Jacob Goldstein, Max Lewanda, Elis Lisker, Max Makowsky, Wolf Weinstein, and Hyman Yarlasavetsky.  Louis Molasky, who became the first president serving over 20 years, was also a founder.  The first services were held at the home of Jacob Baron on Catherine Street

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