Or Hadash is a progressive, engaging, vibrant and creative community that welcomes people of all backgrounds, including interfaith families, LGBTQ individuals, people of all races, ethnicities, disabilities and economic means. We strive to make Judaism meaningful through study, prayer, cultural, musical and other artistic expression. Our intention is to establish
Leyv Ha-Ir (Heart of the City) is a small, growing Reconstructionist Congregation with most activities located at the Ethical Society Building at 1906 S. Rittenhouse Square, Philadelphia. Founded in May 1990, Congregation Leyv Ha-Ir is led by Rabbi Julie Greenberg. Our members come from all branches of Judaism, including Reform, Conservative
Kol Tzedek (Voice of Justice) aims to be a Jewish community in which all people, regardless of their backgrounds, beliefs or non-beliefs, lifestyles and orientations, have a full voice at the “Jewish table.” Kol Tzedek counts among its members spiritual seekers and secular Jews; interfaith families and Jewish-Jewish households; Jews by choice;
Congregation Kol Emet is a Reconstructionist Synagogue located in Yardley, Bucks County, Penn. Founded in 1984, Kol Emet is committed to the growth of a spiritually and intellectually engaging Judaism. We are young and senior, single and married and traditional as well as interfaith. Like your family, we are dedicated
Kehilat Hanahar, “The Little Shul by the River,” is all about the 21st century, yet grounded in tradition. We are an inclusive, participatory and multigenerational community where we practice principles of Judaism as an evolving religious civilization. We are committed to educating young and old in Torah, history and culture,
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