Congregation Beth Emeth
Congregation Beth Emeth (House of Truth) is a synagogue in Albany, New York.
The congregation was formed in 1885 with the merger of a "dwindling" Orthodox congregation, Anshe Emeth (People of Truth) and a "growing" Reform Congregation, Beth El (House of God.)
The congregation's 1887 building, located at Lancaster and South Swan Streets in Albany, is considered to be one of the few surviving 19th-century synagogues in the United States. The architect was Adolph Fleischman, with Isaac Perry. The building is in Richardson Romanesque style. As of 1993 it was the home of the Wilborn Temple First Church of God in Christ.
- Albany architecture: a guide to the city, Diana S. Waite, Preservation League of New York State, 1993, p. 135.
- Rediscovering Jewish Infrastructure: Update on United States Nineteenth Century Synagogues, Mark Gordon, American Jewish History 84.1 (1996) 20-27 
- Architects in Albany, Diana S. Waite, Mount Ida Press, p. 70.