List of synagogues in Minnesota

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This is a list of Minnesota synagogues, including the city in which each is located and the branch of Judaism with which each is affiliated.

Rabbi Solomon Silber, who served as Kenesseth Israel's rabbi from 1902 to 1925.
Name City Affiliation
Adas Israel Congregation Duluth Orthodox
Adath Israel Synagogue St. Paul Orthodox
Adath Jeshurun Congregation Minnetonka Conservative
Bais Yisroel Synagogue St. Louis Park Orthodox
Bet Shalom Congregation Minnetonka Reform
Beth El Synagogue St. Louis Park Conservative
Beth Jacob Congregation Mendota Heights Conservative
B'nai Abraham Synagogue[1] Virginia
B'nai Israel Synagogue Rochester Reform
Chabad Lubavitch of Greater St. Paul St. Paul Orthodox
Chabad Lubavitch of Minneapolis[2] Minnetonka Orthodox
Chabad Lubavitch of Northern Minnesota Duluth Orthodox
Chabad Lubavitch of Rochester Rochester Orthodox
Chabad of St. Louis Park St. Louis Park Orthodox
Congregation Bris Avrohom St. Paul
Darchei Noam St. Louis Park Orthodox
Kenesseth Israel Congregation St. Louis Park Orthodox
Mayim Rabim Congregation Minneapolis Reconstructionist
Mikvah Association St. Paul
Mikvah Ritualarium St. Louis Park
Mount Zion Temple St. Paul Reform
Or Emet Congregation St. Paul Humanistic
Shaare Shalom Congregation Mendota Heights Conservative
Sharei Chesed Congregation Minnetonka Conservative
Shir HaNeshamah Minneapolis Jewish Renewal
Shir Tikvah Congregation Minneapolis Reform
Temple Israel Minneapolis Reform
Temple Israel Duluth Reform
Temple of Aaron Congregation St. Paul Conservative
Upper Midwest Merkos - Lubavitch House West St. Paul Orthodox


  1. ^ "B'nai Abraham".
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