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Synagogues

Adath Israel Congregation

Adath Israel Congregation is a conservative synagogue housed in a beautifully bright, modern, and fully-accessible building in Lawrenceville, NJ. The vibrancy and excitement, acceptance and openness, can be felt upon entering the synagogue.

Adath Israel offers traditional and contemporary services, weekly minyans, and many adult educational opportunities.

The synagogue provides an arts and cultural program called MOSAIC bringing the best in music, art, performance and thought to the community at large.

Adath runs an award-winning religious school providing the support and enrichment required for a meaningful educational experience for children with varied educational needs.

For over 95 years, Adath Israel has served as a cornerstone for inclusiveness. Every individual will find an avenue for their personal Jewish expression and development.

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Beth Chaim

Congregation Beth Chaim is a welcoming, inclusive Reform Jewish congregation where members enjoy life-long Jewish living through educational, religious, social and cultural activities designed to fulfill their spiritual needs. They pride themselves on being a friendly and compassionate community that opens the doors of their home to all. Beth Chaim’s preschool for ages 2-Kindergarten offers a warm, welcoming, creative Jewish environment with a focus on academics through play.

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Beth El Synagogue

Beth El is a vibrant synagogue with programs for everyone. Beth El is dedicated to the concept of life-long Jewish learning.

Beth has an excellent Religious School, dynamic Hebrew High School and a community upper division high school.

Beth El offers Pre-Kadima, Kadima or USY youth groups for children to join.

Adults can study Torah every week with the Rabbi or join a Shabbat learning study session right after Saturday services.

Beth El has a wide variety of programming including lecture series, discussion groups, and parent-child learning, as well as a very active Seniors Group.

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Chabad Lubavitch

Chabad’s goal is to create a community where all are welcome no matter background or affiliation - a place where every Jewish family feels welcomed and nurtured.

Chabad provides religious, educational, social, and recreational programs for everyone in the community - from young to senior citizens.

To learn more about each Chabad in Mercer County, tap the links below

Chabad Lubavitch of Princeton

Chabad Community Center of Robbinsville and S. Hamilton

Chabad House of Monroe

Chabad of Lawrenceville

Chabad of TCNJ & Ewing

Chabad Windsor NJ

Chabad on Campus Princeton University

Har Sinai Temple

Since 1857, Har Sinai Temple has been an inclusive Reform Jewish congregation with historic roots and a progressive heart. Har Sinai is a progressive community where people come to connect and develop meaningful friendships while they celebrate Jewish life. Children, families, and adults of all ages experience the warm feeling of “being home” as they enjoy a wide variety of programs and activities.

Har Sinai Temple Religious School

The Religious School program is beloved because of its enriching curriculum which engages students at all levels. Students learn in a supportive and caring environment, where they learn and grow as they have fun engaging with Jewish tradition.

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Sisterhood of Har Sinai Temple

The Har Sinai Sisterhood embodies the heart and soul of the Temple. Through the bonds of Sisterhood, the women are brought together to strengthen Jewish identity by developing spiritually, intellectually, culturally, and socially. Above all, women have fun as they make meaningful connections through Book Club, Outdoor "Red Tent" Shabbat, Women's Seder, and other signature events throughout the year.

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Study & Schmooze with Rabbi Goldson

Members meet weekly with the rabbi for deep dives and thoughtful discussion around significant topics of Jewish culture and identity that are designed to challenge thinking and spark a lively discussion. Rabbi Goldson offers a number of other adult learning opportunities throughout the year.
For receive information, send an email to office@harsinai.org

Social Justice Committees

Members of Har Sinai Temple are interested in working to repair our broken world. Together, in small groups, they are committed to helping people who are experiencing food insecurity, to fighting racial injustice, to assisting refugees, and more.

Temple Micah

Temple Micah is an unaffiliated, egalitarian congregation in Lawrenceville, New Jersey that is warm, friendly, inclusive and comfortable community synagogue where all individuals and their families and friends are welcome and where everyone can realize their own connection to Judaism.

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The Jewish Center

The Jewish Center congregation warmly welcomes Jewish and interfaith families, couples and singles into the highly diverse community. The Jewish Center is egalitarian in all respects and the congregants have strong connections - to each other, to the Jewish community as a whole, and to the Israeli brothers and sisters.

TJC is an inclusive community and welcomes individuals from diverse backgrounds. The congregation community includes children, parents, grandparents, and friends – families who have been here more than seven generations and recent college graduates.

The Jewish Center embraces interfaith families, Jews by choice, people of color, and LGBTQ individuals.

The synagogue provides a home for teens, empty-nesters, and seniors.

Although The Jewish Center follows the rituals as practiced by the Conservative movement, they welcome members and guests whose Jewish beliefs and practices may differ from these and they welcome interfaith families.

The Jewish Center offers various resources including but not limited to religious services, award winning religious school, adult education opportunities, as well as various clubs and committees.

The Jewish Center is affiliated with the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism (USCJ) www.uscj.org.

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