Congregation Beth Shalom
A Reform synagogue located in Carmichael

Congregation B’nai Israel
A Reform synagogue located in Sacramento

Jewish Family Service of Sacramento
Dedicated to improving the lives of diverse individuals and families throughout the Sacramento region

Jewish Federation of Sacramento
Serves to enrich the Jewish community and those who support and identify with it, in the greater Sacramento area, Israel, and the world

Jewish Genealogical Society of Sacramento
Dedicated to promoting the study of Jewish family history in order to preserve it for future generations

Kenesset Israel Torah Center
An Orthodox synagogue located in Sacramento

Mosaic Law Congregation
A Conservative synagogue located in Sacramento

UC Davis/Sacramento State Hillel
The Hillel house for UC Davis and Sacramento State

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America's largest Jewish denomination, Reform began in 19th-century Germany.

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The second-largest Jewish denomination in the U.S. maintains that Jewish law remains binding, but is open to adaptions that reflect modern realities.