Brooklyn

Agudath Yisroel of Flatbush
An Orthodox synagogue

Avenue  N  Jewish  Center
An Orthodox synagogue

Beth Congregation
An Orthodox synagogue

B’nai of Brooklyn Heights
An Orthodox synagogue 

B’nai Jacob Congregation of Park Slope
A Modern Orthodox synagogue

Brooklyn Heights Synagogue
A Reform congregation

Chabad Lubavitch of Kensington
A Chabad synagogue and community center

Congregation Ahavas Shulem Nadverna
An Orthodox synagogue

Congregation Beth Elohim
A Reform synagogue, the largest in Brooklyn

East Midwood Jewish Center
An egalitarian Conservative synagogue

Edith & Carl Marks Jewish Community House
A community center in Bensonhurst that holds recreational and educational activities

Flatbush Park Jewish Center
An Orthodox synagogue

Hebrew Educational Society
A community center with a preschool, after-school care, swimming and music schools, adult classes, and senior center

Hillel at Brooklyn College
The college’s Jewish student organization

Judaic Seminar
An adult education organization affiliated with the Institute

Kane Street Synagogue
A Conservative synagogue

Madison Jewish Center
An egalitarian Conservative congregation established in 1931

Manhattan Beach Jewish Center
An Orthodox congregation

Park Slope Jewish Center
An egalitarian Conservative synagogue community

Seaview Jewish Center
An Orthodox congregation

Sephardic Community Center
A center for Brooklyn’s large community of Jews who trace their descent to the Middle East, North Africa, and Spain

Progressive Temple Beth Ahavath Sholom
A Reform congregation

Temple Beth Emeth V’Ohr Progressive Shaari Zedek
A Reform congregation

Union Temple
A Reform congregation, the oldest in Brooklyn

Yeshiva of Flatbush
An Orthodox day school

Young Israel of Kensington
An Orthodox congregation

Young Israel of Midwood
An Orthodox congregation

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