13 Synagogues in Vermont, United States
Ahavath Gerim Synagogue
THE AHAVATH GERIM CONGREGATION IS A TRADITIONAL CONSERVATIVE NON-POLITICAL EGALITARIAN CONGREGATION THAT PROMOTES THE ROLE OF THE JEWISH LIFE TO PERFORM MITZVOT ENCOMPASSING ETHICAL BEHAVIOR, SPIRITUALITY, JUDAIC LEARNING, AND RITUAL OBSERVANCE.
Beth Jacob Synagogue
For over a century we have been serving a diverse Jewish community in an atmosphere of mutual respect and acceptance. Since 1913, Beth Jacob has provided a house of celebration, of learning, and of assembly to its members. We aim to educate youths and adults, and to promote Jewish continuity in central Vermont. Explore the menus above to learn more about us. Be sure to check out the "upcoming events" on the left where you can click for more detailed information on upcoming programs and services.
Brattleboro Area Jewish Community
Our mission is to provide a context and structure for people to be Jewish together in a rural environment. This community fosters Jewish pride and identity by participating together in religious, spiritual, educational, social and cultural experiences. We welcome anyone interested in participating and learning.
Chabad of Vermont
The Jewish destination in the Burlington area — in fact Vermont — with a warm atmosphere and a welcoming environment whether its for daily life and growth or just for a visit. Holidays come alive at Chabad with enriching programs that unite us with our Jewish heritage no matter your background or affiliation.
Congregation Beth El
Congregation Beth El is committed to being a welcoming spiritual, cultural, and educational home for the regional Jewish community in Bennington County and the greater tri-state area. Our goal is to create a community where all our members are empowered to engage in a life-long meaningful relationship with Judaism and the Jewish people.
Congregation Beth El
At Beth El we offer services and other events and Jewish practices to our greater St. Johnsbury community. We are not specifically affiliated with Orthodox, Conservative, Reform, Reconstructionist or Renewal practices, and our members are from various backgrounds, encompassing a diverse mix. Our members participate in many aspects of our Jewish community. We have the pleasure of working to serve the religious, spiritual and social needs of Jewish people and their families who live in this part of Vermont, as well as nearby New Hampshire and Canada.
Havurah: The Addison County Jewish Congregation
Israel Congregation of Manchester
Jewish Community of Greater Stowe
The Jewish Community of Greater Stowe (JCOGS) is a growing unaffiliated congregation embracing all denominations of Jewry.Conceived in 1988, our mission is "to create and sustain an environment which perpetuates and celebrates Jewish traditions, observances and sense of community."
Ohavi Zedek Synagogue
Rutland Jewish Center
For members looking to participate fully in the life of the Rutland Jewish center, and visitors to the RJC wondering what happens in Rutland, opportunities abound. Whether you'd just like to know a bit more about your fellow congregants, or would like to add your talents to a committee, the RJC welcomes your interest and your involvement.
Temple Sinai exists to perpetuate Judaism by providing a place where Jews may worship and where the teachings of Judaism may be made known. We dedicate ourselves to the task of maintaining a Reform Jewish congregation. We believe Judaism is a religion of perpetual growth and development, which advances the welfare of all those who come under its influence with the privilege and the duty to interpret and to apply the teachings of Israel in the service of mankind.
Woodstock Area Jewish Community
Shir Shalom provides people the opportunity to be Jewish and participate in Judaism in rural central Vermont. We are a community which welcomes all individuals and families on a “no fee or dues” basis. Since 1988, we have successfully thrived and grown with donations from the head and heart. We have found that trusting in the inherent goodness of the human being can and will support our congregation. Shir Shalom places a strong emphasis on educating our children which we believe relies upon and is the responsibility of the community. We welcome non-Jewish partners and strive to create a “family” of Jewish people that desire to maintain and nurture the warm, personal feeling that has flourished at Shir Shalom since its inception. Our goal is to maintain and grow that “family”.