Address : 4525 Beechnut St, Houston
Open Hours : 7:00am - 6.45:00pm
Established : 1891
Membership : USD 350/ year
Shabbhat Services : Friday Evening
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A conservative synagogue in the city of Houston, the Congregation Beth Yeshurun was founded in 1891, it later merged with Congregation Beth El in 1946 and finally took its original name in 2002. Until then the synagogue was not recognised as a different worship[ place but was merged with private homes, wooden frames and a former church.
The synagouge has undergone several changes and renovtions since 1891, the foyer of the place of worship is a memorial for all the Jews who died in the holocaust along with a 26 feet long mark arch with burned stain glass to showcase the sanctuary of the synagouge. In addition to this, there is also a social hall which has its walls painted with religious lithographs that include religious books and objects.
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