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Adat Shalom is a community synagogue located in the Fox Chapel area of Pittsburgh. The synagogue serves the greater North Hills communities.
Located in the South Hills of Pittsburgh, Beth El Congregation is a modern congregation committed to welcoming all with open arms without distinction.
The Jewish Heart of Greenfield. A place to nourish your soul and grow spiritually.
Chabad of Pittsburgh is founded on the principle that, while Jews embrace many levels of observance in their personal lives, there should be a place for all Jews, no labels, no affiliations. Chabad develops a sense of community and enhances the experience of being Jewish.
Congregation Beth Shalom is a vibrant and egalitarian Conservative Jewish community. We continue to open our doors and hearts to new members, inviting them to join us as we live and learn Torah together.
Dor Hadash is a member-led Jewish Reconstructionist congregation in Pittsburgh. Our congregation is welcoming, egalitarian, and inclusive.
Thriving center of Judaism in Pittsburgh facilitating personal growth and religious observance in a welcoming environment.
New Light Congregation is a Conservative synagogue situated in Squirrel Hill with a 100 year history of serving God as Jews. People call us the “most haimish shul in town.”
We are a Reform Jewish congregation dedicated to melding the traditions of our faith with contemporary life.
Shaare Torah is a Modern Orthodox congregation that serves the spiritual, religious and communal life cycle needs of the Pittsburgh Jewish community in an unassuming atmosphere — with tradition, warmth and respect.
Temple David is a Reform Jewish congregation where we cherish tradition with a modern, compassionate and egalitarian approach. The Jewish Heart of Pittsburgh’s Eastern Suburbs located in Monroeville, PA.
Temple Emanuel is a Reform Jewish congregation in the South Hills of Pittsburgh.
Temple Ohav Shalom is a vibrant and inclusive Reform Jewish community that provides religious, spiritual, educational and social enrichment for the northern suburbs of Pittsburgh.
Temple Sinai is a Reform Jewish congregation in the Squirrel Hill neighborhood of Pittsburgh, affiliated with the Union for Reform Judaism.
Since 1973, Young Israel has been a family-oriented, warm and welcoming community. Join us for Shabbos davening, during the week for Shacharis, Mincha and Maariv and for regular shiurim.
In 2010, the two Pittsburgh congregations merged to form Tree of Life*Or L’Simcha. As a conservative Jewish congregation, Tree of Life*Or L’Simcha remains true to traditional teachings, yet is also progressive and relevant to the way we live today. From our warm, inviting and intellectually stimulating atmosphere to our fun adult, children and family programs,…
Founded in Pittsburgh in 1946 as Young Peoples Synagogue, YPS was a pioneer havurah, or religious fellowship. Committed to a dignified and spiritually moving, member-led, traditional religious service, the members of YPS have sustained our minyan for over sixty years.
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