Synagogues in Boston

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Synagogues in Boston | Boston Synagogues

There are several Synagogues in Boston located less than 20 minutes away from the city of Boston. The Synagogues in Boston give the visitors and guests opportunities to learn the Judaism culture through study groups and other events conducted throughout the year.

Here is the list of 13 Synagogues in Boston

1. The Boston Synagogue, Boston

The Boston Synagogue, Boston

Boston Synagogue is also popularly known as the Charles River Park Synagogue, which was established in the year 1971. The Boston Synagogue offers an array of religious programs throughout the year including programs for teens and even adult education.

2. The Central Reform Temple, Boston

The Central Reform Temple, Boston

The Central Reform Temple was established in the year 2004 with the aim of broadening the Jewish experience in the city of Boston. The Temple offers numerous Jewish experiences learning opportunities throughout the year in the form of discussion groups, a series of Torah Through the Arts, CRT at the MFA that teaches the guests about the Jewish historical collection, and the Touring as the Torah that includes various trips to cities within the United States to learn about the Jewish history.

3. Temple Israel, Boston

Temple Israel, Boston

Temple Israel, was earlier known as Adath Israel and it was founded by 25 families from Southeastern Germany. The temple offers various religious, cultural teachings throughout the year to all their guests.

4. Sephardic Community of Greater Boston, Boston

Sephardic Community of Greater Boston, Boston

Sephardic Community of Greater Boston was established in the early 1980s and is also commonly known as “Kol Sasson and Benei Shaul". The Sephardic Community of Greater Boston offers numerous Torah classes throughout the year.

5. Temple Beth Shalom, Boston

Temple Beth Shalom, Boston

Tremont Street Shul is located in central Massachusetts and is also commonly known as the Temple Beth Shalom. The Tremont Street Shul was established in the year 1962 when the Ashkenaz Temple and the Congregation Beth Israel were merged together. They offer three styles of Jewish worship to learn the Jewish experience through educational, social, and cultural experiences throughout the year.

6. Congregation Kehillath Israel, Boston

 Congregation Kehillath Israel, Boston

Congregation Kehilath Israel was built in the year 1911 dedicated to Jewish culture and tradition learning opportunities. The Learning programs in the Congregation Kehilath Israel has something o offer for all age groups.

7. Temple B'nai Brith, Boston

Temple B'nai Brith, Boston

Temple B'nai Brith which directly translates to the Sons of the Covenant is located in the Somerville city of Massachusetts. It was founded in the year 1904 by Eastern European immigrants. The Temple is open to all throughout the year and is dedicated to teaching Jewish learning opportunities.

8. Temple Sinai, Boston

Temple Sinai, Boston

Temple Sinai is a reform synagogue located in the Brookline city of Boston. Temple Sinai is open all around the year to everyone to explore, learn, and experience the Judaism culture and music. Temple Sinai conducts events throughout the year to learn Jewish experiences, work for social justice, and bring members of the community together.

9. Young Israel of Brookline, Boston

Young Israel of Brookline, Boston

Young Israel of Brookline offers a variety of Judaism learning opportunities for all their guests, it is one of the largest Orthodox Synagogues in Brookline, Massachusetts.

10. Walnut Street Synagogue, Boston

Walnut Street Synagogue, Boston

Walnut Street Synagogue was found in the year 1887, is located in Walnut street in the city of Chelsea, Massachusetts. The Walnut Synagogue, also commonly known as the Walnut Street Shul, showcases a series of walls and ceilings frescos that are beautifully painted by Jewish artist immigrant artists. The Walnut street shul was built to inspire a greater number of people to learn the Judaism culture through various events that are conducted throughout the year.

11. Temple Beth Zion, Boston

Temple Beth Zion, Boston

Temple Beth Zion Synagogue located in Brookline, Massachusetts, is dedicated to teach members of all age group the joyful worship, and the meaningful Jewish learning along with teaching social injustices and spiritual growth.

12. The Jewish Centre and Central Synagogue of Boston, Boston

The Jewish Centre and Central Synagogue of Boston, Boston

The Jewish Centre and Central Synagogue of Boston was built to inspire a greater number of visitors and guests regardless of their Judaic background to learn the Judaism culture and values through experiences and study.

13. Congregation Beth Israel, Boston

Congregation Beth Israel, Boston

Congregation Beth Israel is located in the Malden city of Massachusetts. This Orthodox Synagogue was established in the year 1904 by Jewish immigrants.

We hope you enjoyed reading the list of these well preserved and beautiful Synagogues in Boston, let us know in the comments below if we missed out on anything.

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