Kansas City

Chabad-House Center of Kansas City
The Kansas City chapter of Chabad-Lubavitch

Congregation Beth Israel Abraham and Voliner
An Orthodox synagogue which seeks to be a welcoming, caring and spirited Orthodox congregation that enables and inspires its members, its children and all Jews to deepen their commitment to live, learn and love Torah, applying it to everyday living in the modern world

Congregation Beth Shalom
A Conservative synagogue in Kansas City which is dedicated to cultivating, developing and sustaining Judaism in accordance wit the philosophy and standards of the Conservative Movement

Congregation Beth Torah
A Reform synagogue in Overland Park

The Florence Melton Adult Mini-School – Kansas City
An adult Jewish learning program which meets in Overland Park

The Jewish Community Center of Greater Kansas City
Aims to serve people of all ages in an environment of Jewish values and Jewish traditions

Jewish Community Foundation of Greater Kansas City
Aims to foster, sustain and ensure a strong and vibrant Jewish community for today and for generations to come

Jewish Heritage Foundation of Kansas City
Seeks to enhance health and human services within Greater Kansas City with a priority to serve the Jewish community

Jewish Vocational Service of Kansas City
Offers a variety of programs to meet the needs of persons who face barriers, especially resulting from a physical, mental or developmental disability and refugee-immigration relocation difficulties

Kansas City Jewish Chronicle
A Jewish newspaper which serves the Kansas City area

Kansas City NCSY  — Giborim
The Kansas City chapter of an Orthodox youth group

The New Reform Temple
A Reform synagogue which emphasizes ethical over ritual practices

The Temple, Congregation B’nai Jehudah
A Reform synagogue which seeks to strengthen, celebrate and enrich Jewish life, thus enhancing the life of the larger community

Village Shalom
A Jewish senior living community in Overland Park

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