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Adath Israel Congregation
An egalitarian Conservative synagogue in Lawrenceville

Beth El Synagogue
A Conservative synagogue in East Windsor, New Jersey

Center for Jewish Life of Princeton University
The chapter of Hillel, a national Jewish campus group, at Princeton University

Congregation Beth Chaim
A Reform synagogue which aims to provide an environment for the learning of Torah; to satisfy the religious, cultural, educational and social needs of the local Jewish community; and to present an understanding of Jewish values to the community-at-large

Congregation B’nai Tikvah
An egalitarian Conservative synagogue serving North Brunswick and South Brunswick

East Brunswick Jewish Center
A traditional Conservative synagogue in East Brunswick 

The Jewish Center
A egalitarian Conservative congregation in Princeton

Jewish Family and Children’s Service of Mercer County
Provides behavioral health, advocacy and support services for individuals and families

Rider University Hillel
The chapter of Hillel, a national Jewish campus group, at Rider University

Rutgers University Hillel

The chapter of Hillel, a national Jewish campus group, at Rutgers University

Shalom Torah Center
Provides a network of elementary schools, afternoon Hebrew Schools, a synagogue and adult education program in Central New Jersey

Solomon Schecter of Raritan Valley
A Conservative day school in East Brunswick

String of Pearls
A Jewish Reconstructionist Congregation in Princeton
 
Yavneh House of Princeton
Home to Kesher (Reform), Koach (Conservative) and Yavneh (Orthodox) religious communities and an array of cultural groups

Young Israel of Lawrenceville
An Orthodox synagogue in Lawrenceville

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