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Chabad of Saratoga County serves the entire Jewish community regardless of age and affiliation. Our goal is to promote Jewish identity and spread the wellsprings of Torah, specifically through art and music, fulfilling the Lubavitcher’s Rebbe’s mission and vision to change the world for good, one Mitzvah at a time.
Saratoga Chabad is a branch of Capital Chabad: The Capital Region’s Jewish Educational and Communal Outreach Network.
Chabad has been serving Saratoga for over 25 years, and a full time Saratoga Chabad center was established in 2001 to serve year-round.
Bethlehem Chabad is committed to interact with all the Jewish families and individuals in the Bethlehem area to enrich their lives with the spirit of Judaism.
As a part of the worldwide Chabad movement, Bethlehem Chabad serves people at all levels of Jewish identity, no matter of their background, all have a place and feel welcome at Chabad.
Bethlehem Chabad attracts families and individuals by providing essential quality programming for every holiday season and Jewish occasion during the year.
Address: 82 River Street , Troy, NY 12180
Phone: (518) 272-3182
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Congregation Agudat Achim is a Conservative, egalitarian, and inclusive community. Multi-generational programming creates a true sense of family. Our synagogue offers an extensive variety of spiritual, social, charitable, educational, and outreach programs serving the Jewish community — and the community at-large.
Religious opportunities can be found in daily minyonim, joyful festival celebrations and participatory services. Meaningful Shabbat experiences include Tot Shabbat, Junior Congregation, and adult education Learn First Shabbat class. And of course there areour well attended Shabbat services.
A vibrant and uniqueReligious School serves children from Pre-Kindergarten through High School. We are proud of our award-winning special needs instruction. Religious school tuition is a member benefit; as are High Holiday tickets, a cemetery plot, and significant life events.
Over 100 volunteers make the annual Carrot Festival a magical day. Adult Education programs includea Scholar-in-Residence lecture series with Professor Stephen Berk. “As You Like it” Catering (kosher) has recently won a gold award from United Synagogues for Conservative Judaism and provides kosher catering for the Capital District and the NENY Jewish Federation.
We invite you to join us in prayer, study, social action — and interaction.
For more details, check out the Agudat Achim website, call at 393-9211 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Congregation Beth Shalom is the community synagogue for Southern Saratoga County and its surrounding communities. While our unique membership comes from all branches of Judaism, we lean toward Conservative Jewish practice.
We are a warm and inviting place, respectful of all families regardless of Jewish background. We welcome interfaith families.
We are dedicated to ensuring the continuity of Judaism by:
Our synagogue is a tree of life for all who seek roots in Jewish tradition, and for all who seek peace.
Our rabbi is Dr. Chanan Markowitz.
Address: 84 Weibel Avenue , Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
Congregation Shaara Tfille is the only Conservative Synagogue located in Saratoga Springs, NY. The congregation was originally chartered in 1912, and is one of the oldest congregations in the Capital District. The Synagogue was originally located on Broadway. Now located on the outskirts of the city of Saratoga Springs, the Synagogue and its congregation moved into its spacious new home in 1991.
The Congregation is an egalitarian, inclusive and dedicated to fulfilling religious, educational and social needs by promoting the tenets of contemporary Conservative Judaism while maintaining their own traditions and values. They hold Monday and Thursday morning services at 7:30am and Saturday Shabbat services beginning at 9:30am. Rabbi/Cantor Kenneth Blatt has been their Spiritual Leader since January of 2010. He has enhanced and enlightened their programs by leading services teaching adult education, teaching in their Hebrew School, offering thought-provoking sermons, conducting life cycle events, being their Cantor for the High Holidays and performing musical concerts.
Their building is a symbol of our dedication to religious services and educational endeavors. They host ‘Live 92nd Street Y’ satellite broadcasts, have a Men’s Club and Sisterhood, as well as a library and cemetery. In addition, they have the only area Kosher kitchen and a social hall for weddings, Bar/Bat Mitzvahs and other occasions
Congregation Shaaray Tefila is an egalitarian, synagogue dedicated to providing a warm welcoming environment for Jewish learning and worship. We offer many adult education classes and spirituality workshops. All are welcome to enjoy and participate in our services and social functions.
Temple Beth El fosters a community with a comfortable and informal air. Beth El is the only affiliated Conservative congregation in Rensselaer County.
Congregation Beth Abraham-Jacob is a progressive, traditional synagogue dedicated to the values of Torah, prayer, Gemilut Chesed (kindnesses) and a special pride in being religious Zionists. We pride ourself on our innovative, creative and inclusive programming, Torah classes and Torah thoughts. Under the auspices of the Orthodox Union.
Congregation Beth Israel is a warm and friendly modern Orthodox synagogue in Schenectady. Services are Monday and Thursday at 7:50 a.m., Friday night at 5:30 p.m. and Shabbat morning at 9:00 a.m. Shabbat youth group meets every other week at 10:30 a.m. There is a weekly Coffee and Learn class Tuesday’s at 12:30 p.m., Hebrew conversation classes on Thursday mornings and classes in Talmud and Hebrew reading in the Fall and in the Spring. Our active Sisterhood meets monthly. Each holiday is celebrated with special programming, warmth and spirit.
B’nai Sholom is Albany’s warm and intimate setting for contemporary Reform Judaism. We take pride in our vibrant, participatory services; our sense of being a caring community; our devotion to Jewish tradition and our desire to innovate to achieve a 21st century spirituality. We are especially accessible and welcoming to diverse types of individuals and families. We welcome inquiries and visits from all types of Jews, and others as well.
Congregation Berith Sholom is a progressive, Reform congregation rooted in a long, proud history. We are above all a caring community, warm, open, and diverse. We welcome traditional and nontraditional families to pursue joyous worship, lifelong learning, and a strong Jewish education, including the study of the Hebrew language. We support the State of Israel and the spirit of reform Judaism, encouraging members of all ages to work actively within our congregation and in the wider community to help improve the world.
Temple Beth El invites all traditional, inter-married, and non-traditional Jewish families and singles in our community and neighboring communities to join in our congregation.
Temple Beth El is a Reform Congregation nestled in the heart of the Adirondack Mountains near Lake George, NY. This historic congregation has maintained its presence as a warm and welcoming community based on the ideals of Reform Judaism since 1924. We are known for our ability to engage and create meaningful and lasting relationships, our diversity and our friendly nature. We feel strongly about our ability to provide inspiring and engaging classes and programs which appeal to a wide range of our membership. We also take great pride in making our community a stronghold of learning and spirituality.
Temple Sinai is a Reform congregation with a warm approach to Jewish tradition. We have a congregation of over 170 families with a religious school program serving nearly 150 children from pre-school through tenth grade. We offer regular Shabbat and holiday services, adult education, three youth groups “Tot Shabbats” nursing home services, a Rosh Hodesh Group, special events, and in summer, Adirondack Shabbat Worship experiences. The synagogue is located in an historic 1880’s home on Broadway in downtown Saratoga Springs, augmented by a classroom and meeting space addition built in 1996.
Address: 122 South Main Avenue , Albany, NY 12208
Outreach throughout the community regardless of affiliation through creative projects and programs; publications of Jewish Arts Calendar & holiday guide mailed to all Jewish residents; dynamic mitzvah promotions; chesed and hospital visitations; “Torah Times” creative weekly; and multimedia lectures.
Branches include Delmar, Saratoga, Troy.
Congregation Anshe Emeth is one of the oldest Jewish communities in the Mid-Hudson Valley. Established in 1888, the Congregation was originally located in the historic city of Hudson, NY, on lower Warren Street. In 1968, the Congregation moved to its present facility in the Town of Greenport. The Synagogue ministers to a diverse population of interests and backgrounds. Religious services are egalitarian and contain both traditional as well as nontraditional elements. Our current spiritual leader, Rabbi Daniel Fried, has been with the Congregation since 1980.
Temple Israel, a Reform congregation, has been in Catskill, NY since 1923. Temple Israel of Catskill is a house of worship, a house of study and a house of gathering. We strive to be a synagogue where all feel welcome and comfortable. We accept people as they are in their Jewish experience. Together we form a diverse family, respectful of each other and bound by our love of Judaism and its acts of loving kindness.
Address: 12 Albany Avenue Route 20 PO Box 670 , Nassau, NY 12123
Phone: (518) 766-9831
The Nassau Synagogue was started in 1913. We are a traditional unaffiliated egalitarian synagogue. Services are held every Saturday morning at 9:30 A.M. Services are led by lay leaders. The Nassau Synagogue has a Hebrew School from Grades K to 7. The Hebrew school meets every Monday night from 6 P.M. to 7:30 P.M. For information about the Hebrew School contact Pam Tatar at 674-0302 or email email@example.com.
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For information please call Pam Tatar, President (518)674-0302 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Knesseth Israel Synagogue (KIS) is a Conservative synagogue serving the Jewish population of Fulton & Montgomery Counties and surrounding areas in Upstate New York since 1891. At 120+, we are one of the oldest continuously operating congregations in the Northeast.
We are fully egalitarian and encourage each person to participate as much as they wish or are able to. Our services are a mixture of Hebrew & English. We welcome members of diverse backgrounds and with all levels of knowledge and experience of Judaism.
Temple Israel is a conservative synagogue for over 750 families. Religious services reflect the traditions of our ancestors, but also recognize the modern world and recent trends in Conservative Judaism. Minyanim take place twice daily. We provide a state licensed early childhood center, kindergarten through high school religious schools, and extensive adult education classes. Our Israeli Dance program is nationally acclaimed. We have an outstanding gift shop and our banquet facilities are the largest kosher facilities in Northeastern New York.
The Jewish Federation of Northeastern New York provides funding for special needs education.
Address: 113 New Krumkill Road , Albany, NY 12208
Ohav Shalom is a warm, participatory Conservative congregation emphasizing Jewish spiritual growth and connection through worship, study and programming . Our welcoming, fully inclusive community offers learning opportunities for all ages, including our own pre-school and the collaborative Talmud Torah, B’Yachad.
Congregation Gates of Heaven, the only Reform synagogue in the greater Schenectady area, has a rich tradition of family worship and service to the community. We are an over 150 year old congregation with over 500 families.
The United Jewish Federation of Northeastern New York provides funding for special needs education.
Congregation Beth Emeth, Albany’s oldest Jewish congregation, is the fourth oldest Reform congregation in America. Even though we are 163 years old, we are an active and vibrant congregation. We have an active Brotherhood, Sisterhood, and youth group, as well as a nationally respected religious school. Our members are actively involved in the St. Patrick’s Day Soup Kitchen, the Focus Food Pantry, and the New Americans Program. We are also actively involved in interreligious affairs in the Albany community.
The United Jewish Federation of Northeastern New York provides funding for special needs education.