Adat Shalom Synagogue
A Conservative synagogue in Pittsburgh’s northeast suburbs

Beth El Congregation
An egalitarian Conservative synagogue located in the South Hills of Pittsburgh

Beth Shalom Congregation
An egalitarian Conservative congregation serving the Pittsburgh community since 1919

Bet Tikvah
An organization of Jewish gays, lesbians, and bisexuals in the Pittsburgh area

Congregation Dor Hadash
A Reconstructionist congregation in Pittsburgh

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

Hadassah Greater Pittsburgh Chapter
The Pittsburgh-area chapter of the international women’s organization, Hadassah

The Jewish Chronicle
A weekly Jewish newspaper serving Pittsburgh, western Pennsylvania, and northern West Virginia

The Jewish Community Center of Greater Pittsburgh
A community center with educational, social, and athletic programming

Jewish Family & Children’s Service
A social-services agency providing adoption, counseling, career, and other services

The Jewish Healthcare Foundation
An organization that applies Jewish values to healthcare improvement and attends to the health needs of the Jewish community and its neighbors

Jewish Residential Services
Provides housing and support services within a culturally Jewish setting

Jewish University Center
An umbrella organization of the campus Hillels (Jewish student organizations) for the University of Pittsburgh, Carnegie Mellon University, and surrounding campuses

Jewish Studies Program at the University of Pittsburgh
Develops academic courses on Jewish topics in the university’s Religious Studies, History, Political Science, and Germanic Languages and Literatures departments, and in the Film Studies Program

The Jewish Women’s Center of Pittsburgh
An organization that offers educational opportunities and spiritual experiences rooted in Jewish values and feminist ideals

Poale Zedeck
A Modern Orthodox congregation in Pittsburgh

Shaare Torah
An Orthodox synagogue at the gateway to the Squirrel Hill Community

Temple B’nai Israel
A Reform synagogue in White Oak

Temple David
A Reform congregation in Monroeville

Temple Emanuel of South Hills
A Reform congregation in South Hills

Temple Ohav Shalom
A Reform congregation in the North Hills area

Temple Sinai
A Reform congregation in Squirrel Hill

United Jewish Federation of Pittsburgh
Provides financial resources and central planning to the Jewish community of Pittsburgh

University of Pittsburgh Hillel
The Jewish Student Union at the University of Pittsburgh, the campus student organization



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