Today is March 22, 2019 -
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
Rabbi Laibel Morrison
Join us for Year-Round Daily Minyanim
Stay for Shabbos in the Capital District
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.
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.