Ahavas Torah
An Orthodox synagogue in Rhawnhurst in Northeast Philadelphia

A Jewish community choir with members from throughout the Delaware Valley

The Auerbach Central Agency for Jewish Education
Provides consultation, guidance, and resources for professional and lay educators in schools, synagogues, camps and youth groups

Beth Israel
A Reconstructionist synagogue in Media

Beth Sholom Congregation
A Conservative congregation in Elkins Park housed in the only synagogue building designed by Frank Lloyd Wright

Bnai Abraham
An Orthodox synagogue in Center City with a particular emphasis on welcoming non-observant Jews

Bnai Israel Ohev Zedek
An Orthodox congregation in Philadelphia 

Center City Jewish Preschool
A Jewish preschool in Philadelphia

Charles & Elizabeth Gershman JCC
A cultural and educational center along the Avenue of the Arts in Center City

The Collaborative
Connects Jewish professionals in their 20s and 30s to the Philadelphia Jewish community

Congregation Adath Jeshurun
A Conservative synagogue in Philadelphia

Congregation Beth Ahavah
A Reform synagogue serving Philadelphia and the greater Delaware Valley’s gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender Jewish community

Congregation Beth El
A Conservative synagogue in Yardley

Congregation Beth Hamedrosh
An Orthodox synagogue in Wynnewood

Congregation Beth Or
A Reform congregation in Spring House

Congregation B’nai Israel – Ohev Zedek
An Orthodox synagogue in Philadelphia

Congregation Kol Emet
A Reconstructionist synagogue in Yardley

Congregation Kol Tzedek
A Reconstructionist synagogue in Philadelphia

Congregation Rodeph Shalom
A Reform congregation with religious centers in Center City and Elkins Park

Etz Chaim Center for Jewish Studies
A Jewish resource center with classes and other learning opportunities, social events, and other programs

Florence Melton Adult Mini-School of Philadelphia
A community-based school offering adults the opportunity to acquire Jewish literacy in an open, trans-denominational, intellectually stimulating learning environment.

Germantown Jewish Centre
A community center in Northwest Philadelphia with spiritual, educational, social, and cultural programs

The Gershman Y
A community center that sponsors Jewish cultural and arts programs

Gratz College
A Philadelphia-area school of Judaic studies and adult education

The Greater Philadelphia District of the ZOA
The Philadelphia-area chapter of the Zionist Organization of America

Hadassah of Greater Philadelphia
The Philadelphia-area chapters of the international Jewish women’s organization, Hadassah

Hillel of Greater Philadelphia
An organization of all the Philadelphia area’s campus Hillels, Jewish student organizations

Jacob & Esther Stiffel Senior Center

Asocial center in South Philadelphia for elderly Jews and non-Jews

JCCs of Greater Philadelphia
A multi-branch agency with a central office in Center City Philadelphia and community centers, senior centers, satellite sites, and JCCs Without Walls programs throughout Philadelphia and the surrounding suburban regions

Jewish Community Of Rhawnhurst
A portal to information about Jewish organizations and resources in the Rhawnhurst suburb

The Jewish Employment and Vocational Service
A social service agency that benefits the community by enhancing the employability and self-sufficiency of the people it serves through a broad range of education, training, health, and rehabilitation programs

The Jewish Exponent
Philadelphia’s weekly Jewish newspaper

Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia
The website of the Philadelphia-area Jewish Federation and a portal for information on Philadelphia Jewish life

Jewish Family and Children’s Service
A social-service organization that offers professional counseling and supportive services to children, adolescents and adults

Jewish Genealogical Society
A group dedicated to collecting, preserving, and disseminating Jewish genealogical information

The Jewish Outreach Partnership
An organization dedicated to increasing involvement in Jewish life and Jewish Community for Jews in the Greater Philadelphia area and southern New Jersey and Delaware

Jewish Publication Society
The oldest Jewish publisher in the United States, publishes new books alongside such classics as the Torah and the JPS Tanakh.

The Madlyn and Leonard Abramson Center for Jewish Life
Offers a variety of services for the elderly

Max & David’s Restaurant
A restaurant in Elkins Park featuring International Kosher cuisine

Mikveh Israel
A synagogue in Philadelphia founded in 1740

The National Museum of American Jewish History
A museum dedicated to collecting, preserving, and interpreting artifacts pertaining to the American Jewish experience

Ohev Shalom of Bucks County
A Conservative synagogue in Richboro

Old York Road Temple – Beth Am
A Reform synagogue in Abington

Perelman Jewish Day School
A Conservative Jewish day school, an affiliate of the Solomon Schechter schools, with grades K to 8

The Philadelphia Jewish Archives Center
Home to various projects and collections about Jewish history in Philadelphia

The Politz Hebrew Academy
An Orthodox Jewish day school with nursery to grade 8

Raymond & Miriam Klein Branch JCC
A full-service JCC branchin northeast Philadelphia

Reconstructionist Rabbinical College
The Reconstructionist movement’s flagship university and rabbinical seminary, based in Philadelphia

Shir Shalom
A Humanistic community organization located in Cheltenham

Stern Hebrew High School
A Jewish day school with grades 9 through 12

Temple Beth Zion-Beth Israel
A Conservative synagogue in Center City

Temple Sinai
A Conservative synagogue in Dresher

Tzedek v’Shalom
A Reconstructionist synagogue in Newtown

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