5 Synagogues in Wyoming, United States
Chabad Luabvitch of Wyoming
Chabad Lubavitch of Wyoming is dedicated to strengthening the Wyoming Jewish community by promoting Jewish pride, study and celebration. To serving individuals and families looking for a non-judgmental, accepting, personalized Jewish experience and to establish a warm and traditional community center where everyone is made to feel welcome and comfortable. To providing for the spiritual & material needs of all Jews living in and visiting Wyoming - regardless of their background or affiliation.
Jackson Hole Jewish Community
For more than 40 years, the Jackson Hole Jewish Community Center has welcomed people of all ages and backgrounds who share a love for Jackson Hole and Judaism. We are independent, unaffiliated and inclusive. All are welcome to Jackson Hole’s oldest Jewish congregation, no matter his or her level of Jewish observance. The Jackson Hole Jewish Community is committed to creating a diverse Jewish presence that unites us, celebrates our faith, and promotes tolerance in the greater Jackson Hole community. We strive to engage all families and individuals in spirituality, education, tzadakah, and the joys of Jewish life.
Laramie Jewish Community Center
Laramie Jewish Community Center is a multipurpose independent non-profit organization serving the Jewish community and general public of southeastern Wyoming. The Laramie Jewish Community Center (LJCC) has provided a variety of services including cultural programs, religious service and social activities for over 30 years. Founded by a group of dedicated Jewish University of Wyoming students and faculty in 1978, the LJCC is affiliated with the Reform Movement of Judaism, the Union of Reform Judaism (formerly UAHC - the Union of American Hebrew Congregations) with headquarters in New York.
Mt. Sinai Congregation
Temple Beth El
Temple Beth-El warmly welcomes to our synagogue all who wish to attend our religious services and our study groups. Our association formed itself in 1923 for fellowship and worship as a community of Jews. Our synagogue was built in 1957 by the membership and for almost a century we have served Casper, the communities of Central Wyoming, visitors and travelers who are "just passing through". The synagogue is located at 4105 S. Poplar Street, on the easterly side of the street approximately a quarter mile north (away from the mountain) of Wyoming Blvd. and across from the Sunrise Shopping Center in Casper.