List of synagogues in the United States
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This is a list of notable synagogues in the United States.
- Agudath Israel Etz Ahayem, Montgomery
- Temple Beth-El,(Birmingham)
- Temple Beth-El, Anniston
- Beth Israel Congregation, Gadsden
- Knesseth Israel Congregation (Birmingham, Alabama)
- Temple Beth Or, Montgomery
- B'nai Jeshurun, Demopolis
- Temple B'nai Sholom, Huntsville
- Temple Emanu-El, Birmingham
- Knesseth Israel, Mountain Brook (suburb of Birmingham)
- Sha’arai Shomayim Congregation, Mobile
- Congregation Or HaTzafon Fairbanks.
- Congregation Beth Shalom Anchorage.
- Alaska Jewish Campus Anchorage.
- The David & Ruth Green Lubavitch Jewish Center of Alaska Anchorage.
- Congregation Beth Israel (Scottsdale, Arizona)
- Jewish History Museum (Tucson), is the oldest synagogue in the state
- Temple Emanu-El (Tucson)
- Temple Emanuel of Tempe
- Temple Beth Israel (Phoenix)
- Congregation Beth Israel (Berkeley, California)
- Temple Beth Israel (Fresno, California)
- Aish HaTorah
- Beth Chayim Chadashim
- Breed Street Shul
- Sephardic Temple Tifereth Israel
- Sinai Temple (Los Angeles, California)
- Temple Beth Israel of Highland Park and Eagle Rock
- Temple Israel of Hollywood
- Stephen Wise Temple
- Valley Beth Shalom Synagogue
- Wilshire Boulevard Temple
- Yeshiva Aharon Yaakov-Ohr Eliyahu
- Yeshiva University High Schools of Los Angeles
- Temple Sinai (Oakland, California)
- Pasadena Jewish Temple and Center
- Congregation B'nai Israel (Sacramento, California)
- Congregation Beth Israel (San Diego)
- San Diego Jewish Academy
- Congregation Beth Israel-Judea
- Beyt Tikkun Synagogue
- Bush Street Temple
- Congregation Emanu-El (San Francisco, California)
- Congregation Sherith Israel (San Francisco, California)
- Temple Israel (Stockton, California)
- Congregation Ner Tamid, Rancho Palos Verdes
- Congregation B'nai Israel (Daly City, California)
- Congregation Beth Am (Los Altos Hills, California)
- Rodef Sholom (San Rafael, California)
- Peninsula Temple Beth El (San Mateo, California)
- Beth HaMedrosh Hagodol-Beth Joseph, Denver
- Temple Emanuel, Denver
- Temple Sinai (Denver, Colorado)
- Temple Aaron, Trinidad (1888 building)
- Achavath Achim Synagogue
- Agudath Sholem Synagogue
- Ahavas Sholem Synagogue
- Anshei Israel Synagogue
- Congregation B'nai Israel (Bridgeport, Connecticut)
- Temple Beth Israel (Hartford, Connecticut)
- Congregation Beth Israel (West Hartford, Connecticut)
- Beth Israel Synagogue (New Haven, Connecticut)
- Beth Israel Synagogue (Norwalk, Connecticut)
- Beth Shalom Rodfe Zedek
- Congregation B'nai Jacob (Woodbridge, Connecticut)
- Congregation Knesseth Israel (Ellington, Connecticut)
- Congregation Mishkan Israel
- Ohev Sholem Synagogue
- Tephereth Israel Synagogue
- TCS (The Conservative Synagogue) of Westport, CT
District of Columbia
- Adas Israel Congregation, founded in 1869
- Kesher Israel Congregation, the Georgetown Synagogue, founded in 1911
- Machar, The Washington Congregation for Secular Humanistic Judaism, Washington D.C.
- Ohev Sholom - The National Synagogue, formerly Ohev Sholom Talmud Torah, formed in 1958 as a merger between Ohev Sholom Congregation, founded as Chai Adon Congregation in 1886, and Talmud Torah Congregation, founded in 1889
- Sixth & I Historic Synagogue, rededicated in 2004, housed in the building that served Adas Israel Congregation between 1908 and 1951
- Washington Hebrew Congregation, founded in 1852
- Ahavath Chesed competes with Temple Beth-El in Pensacola for the honor of being each the oldest Jewish congregation in Florida. The Jacksonville congregation was meeting for prayer by 1867, but appears to have incorporated later than Pensacola which dedicated its first building in 1876, well before Jacksonville's 1882 building.
- Bet Shira Congregation
- Temple Beth-El (Pensacola, Florida). See above under Jacksonville's Ahavath Chesed synagogue.
- United Hebrews of Ocala. Their building, built in 1888, may be the oldest Florida synagogue building still standing.
- Jewish Discovery Center of Brandon. A Chabad synagogue.
- Congregation B'nai Torah of Sandy Springs, Georgia held its first services in 1981
- Congregation Mickve Israel of Savannah, Georgia was organized in 1733.
- Ahavath Beth Israel, Boise, Idaho (1896). The synagogue was built for Beth Israel (founded 1895). In the 1980s, the congregation was formed as a merger of Congregation Beth Israel and Ahavath Israel (founded 1912).
- B'nai Jehoshua Beth Elohim (BJBE) One of the oldest and most influential congregations in the area, originally founded by Bohemian immigrants in 1893.
- KAM Isaiah Israel merged several older congregations in Chicago, the oldest of which - Kehillat Anshe Maarav - was founded in 1847.
- Loop Synagogue
- Ahavas Shalom Reform Temple
- Congregation Achduth Vesholom of Fort Wayne was formed in 1848
- Indianapolis Hebrew Congregation
- B'nai Israel Synagogue (Council Bluffs, Iowa)
- B'nai Jacob Synagogue (Ottumwa, Iowa)
- Mount Sinai Temple (Sioux City, Iowa)
- Temple Emanuel of Davenport was formed as B’Nai Israel Congregation on October 21, 1861. It is Iowa's oldest Jewish congregation still in existence.
- Temple Judah (Cedar Rapids, Iowa)
- B'er Chayim Temple, Cumberland, Maryland
- Ohev Sholom Talmud Torah Congregation of Olney, Olney, Maryland
- Beth Am, Reservoir Hill, Baltimore City, Maryland
- B'nai Israel, Rockville, Maryland
- Young Israel Shomrai Emunah, Kemp Mill, Maryland
- Adams Street Shul, Newton, Massachusetts
- Ahavath Torah (Stoughton, Massachusetts)
- Beth Israel Synagogue (Cambridge, Massachusetts)
- Congregation Beth Israel (Worcester, Massachusetts)
- Shaarai Torah Synagogue (Worcester, Massachusetts)
- Temple Emanuel Sinai (Worcester, Massachusetts)
- Temple Israel (Boston, Massachusetts)
- The Vilna Shul, Boston, Massachusetts
- Congregation Or Atid, Wayland, Massachusetts
- Temple Emanuel, Grand Rapids, oldest extant synagogue building (1882), congregation founded in 1857 (fifth oldest in the U.S.)
- Temple Israel, West Bloomfield
- Temple Beth El, Bloomfield Township
- Temple Adath Israel (Cleveland, Mississippi)
- Congregation Beth Israel (Meridian, Mississippi)
- Beth Israel Congregation (Jackson, Mississippi)
- Gemiluth Chessed (Port Gibson, Mississippi)
- Temple B'nai Shalom (Brookhaven, Mississippi)
- Temple B'nai Israel (Tupelo, Mississippi)
- United Hebrew Congregation, 1837, is the oldest congregation in Missouri and west of the Mississippi River.
- Congregation Shaare Emeth (Creve Coeur, Missouri), 1869.
- Congregation B'nai Amoona (Creve Coeur, Missouri), 1882.
- Temple Beth El, Jefferson City, MO, Continuous operation of the same location and building since 1883.
- Congregation Temple Israel (Creve Coeur, Missouri), 1886.
- B'Nai Israel Synagogue (Cape Girardeau, Missouri), 1937.
- Temple Emanu-El (Helena, Montana), built 1891, first and oldest synagogue in Montana, building now converted to other uses.
- Adas Emuno Congregation, Leonia, New Jersey
- Congregation Ahavath Torah
- Prince Street Synagogue, Newark, New Jersey
- Congregation Albert, founded in 1897, is the oldest continuing Jewish organization in New Mexico.
- Agudas Achim Synagogue, Livingston Manor, NY
- Anshei Glen Wild Synagogue, Sullivan County, NY
- B'nai Israel Synagogue (Woodbourne, New York)
- B'nai Jeshurun (Manhattan, New York)
- Beth Joseph Synagogue, Tupper Lake, NY
- Chevro Ahavath Zion Synagogue, Monticello, NY
- Congregation B'nai Israel Synagogue, Fleischmanns, NY
- Congregation Emanu-El of New York, Manhattan, NY
- Congregation Kehilath Jeshurun, Manhattan, NY
- Central Synagogue, Manhattan, NY
- Congregation Shaare Zedek (New York City)
- Congregation Shaare Zion, Brooklyn, NY
- Congregation Tifereth Israel (Glen Cove, New York)
- Congregation Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Greenport, NY
- Fifth Avenue Synagogue, Manhattan, NY
- Jericho Jewish Center, Jericho, New York
- North Country Reform Temple, Glen Cove, NY
- Park Avenue Synagogue, Manhattan, NY
- Park East Synagogue, Manhattan, NY
- Temple Beth-El, Hornell, New York (inactive)
- Temple Beth Zion, Buffalo, NY
- Temple Shaaray Tefila, Manhattan, NY
- Temple Society of Concord, Syracuse, NY
- Yeshiva Kesser Torah, Queens, NY
- Congregation Beth Israel (Asheville, North Carolina)
- Congregation Emanuel (Statesville, North Carolina)
- Congregation Oheb Sholom (Goldsboro, North Carolina)
- Temple Israel (Charlotte, North Carolina)
- Temple Israel (Kinston, North Carolina)
- Temple of Israel (Wilmington, North Carolina)
- Anshe Chesed Fairmount Temple (Beachwood)
- Oheb Zedek-Cedar Sinai Synagogue (Lyndhurst)
- Park Synagogue (Cleveland Heights)
- The Rockdale Temple (1824), originally known as K.K. Bene Israel in Cincinnati, is the oldest congregation west of the Allegheny Mountains and the second oldest Ashkenazi congregation in the United States.
- Sherith Israel Temple, also in Cincinnati (1860) is the oldest synagogue structure west of the Alleghenies.
- Temple Tifereth-Israel (Beachwood)
- Temple Beth Israel, Eugene, Oregon
- Congregation Beth Israel, Portland, Oregon
- Neveh Shalom Synagogue, Portland, Oregon
- Congregation Mikveh Israel, congregation founded in 1740s in Philadelphia
- Congregation Kehillas B'nai Shalom (Bucks County)
- Congregation Rodeph Shalom, on the NRHP
- Beth Shalom Congregation, Synagogue building designed by Frank Lloyd Wright
- Kesher Israel Congregation, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
- Kesher Zion, Reading, Pennsylvania
- Congregation Shivtei Yeshuron-Ezras Israel, Oldest active South Philadelphia rowhouse shul
- Temple Sinai, Dresher, Pennsylvania
- Tree of Life – Or L'Simcha Congregation, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
- Sons of Jacob Synagogue (Providence, Rhode Island)
- Temple Beth-El (Providence, Rhode Island)
- Touro Synagogue (Newport, Rhode Island) is the oldest surviving synagogue in North America.
- Congregation Kahal Kadosh Beth Elohim, Charleston, South Carolina
- Temple Beth Elohim (Georgetown, South Carolina)
- Beth Israel Congregation (Beaufort, South Carolina)
- Beth Israel Congregation (Florence, South Carolina)
- House of Peace Synagogue, Columbia, South Carolina
- Temple Sinai (Sumter, South Carolina)
- Temple Adas Israel (Brownsville, Tennessee)
- Baron Hirsch Synagogue, Memphis, Tennessee
- Temple Israel (Memphis, Tennessee)
- Mizpah Congregation, Chattanooga, Tennessee
- Congregation Ohabai Sholom (Nashville, Tennessee)
- Congregation Sherith Israel (Nashville, Tennessee)
- Temple B'Nai Israel, Jackson, Tennessee
- B'nai Abraham Synagogue (Brenham, Texas), founded in 1885.
- The 1870 building of Congregation B'nai Israel (Galveston, Texas), is the oldest synagogue building.
- Temple Beth Israel (Houston, Texas), founded in 1854, is the oldest congregation in the state.
- Congregation Beth Yeshurun (Houston, Texas) is one of the largest Conservative synagogues in the world.
- Temple Sinai (Houston, Texas), was the first Reform Synagogue to be established in West Houston.
- B'nai Israel Temple (Salt Lake City, Utah)
- Congregation Kol Ami (Salt Lake City, Utah)
- Congregation Sharey Tzedek Synagogue
- Congregation Beth Israel (Bellingham, Washington)
- Bikur Cholim Machzikay Hadath
- Temple De Hirsch Sinai
- Congregation Ezra Bessaroth
- Langston Hughes Performing Arts Center
- Ohaveth Sholum Congregation
- Sephardic Bikur Holim Congregation
Northern Mariana Islands
- Temple Beth Shalom, San Juan, PR
U.S. Virgin Islands
- St. Thomas Synagogue, St. Thomas, VI
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