Synagogues

Anshei Sphard Beth El EmethAnshei Sphard Beth El Emeth
120 East Yates Road North
Memphis, TN 38120
P: (901)682-1611
F: (901)682-1641
rabbijmf@gmail.com
www.asbee.org


The Anshei Sphard-Beth El Emeth Congregation is a vibrant and warm orthodox congregation with active programming and beautiful services. Located in an award winning building in East Memphis, the congregation employs a full time Rabbi, Cantor, and Executive Director.  The Rabbi, Rabbi Joel Finkelstein and Cantor, Cantor Aryeh Samberg conduct a full array of adult education programs and children’s programs, and are available to the congregants at all times. Services are held three times a day throughout the week, and childcare is provided during Shabbat and holiday morning services. Read more


Baron Hirsch Congregation

Baron Hirsch Congregation
400 South Yates
Memphis, TN 38120
P: (901)683-7485
F: (901)683-3592
exec@baronhirsch.org
www.baronhirsch.org

Baron Hirsch Congregation traces its roots back 150 years as one of the first synagogues serving the Memphis Jewish Community.  For generations, Baron Hirsch has been a place where Jews have gathered to learn and grow in Jewish practice and knowledge, and countless families have become more connected to their heritage and to the community because of their relationship with Baron Hirsch. The Baron Hirsch Congregation of today is a vibrant, modern Orthodox Zionist congregation that seeks to engage its membership in experiencing all aspects of Jewish life with a strong commitment to the Jewish people, the State of Israel and our Torah. Read more

 

Beth Sholom Synagogue

Beth Sholom Synagogue
6675 Humphreys Boulevard
Memphis, TN 38120
P: (901) 683-3591
F: (901) 683-3592
barbara@bsholom.org
www.bsholom.org

Beth Sholom was founded in 1955 in order to establish Conservative Judaism in Memphis. It was the first new synagogue in the community since 1905. Beth Sholom is affiliated with the United Synagogues of Conservative Judaism. Beth Sholom is a young, dynamic congregation with an active Sisterhood and Men’s Club as well as a variety of social groups for people of all ages. Beth Sholom maintains its own cemetery. There is a friendly atmosphere in the synagogue and everyone is warmly welcomed. Read more


Chabad

Chabad
2570 Kirby Road
Memphis, TN 38119
P: (901) 754-0404
F: (901) 755-0004
Rabbi@JewishMemphis.com
www.jewishmemphis.com

Chabad Lubavitch of Tennessee is one of more than 2,700 branches of today’s largest international organization involved with Jewish education and outreach programs. Under the direction of Rabbi Levi Y. Klein and his wife Rivky, Chabad Lubavitch of Tennessee founded in mid-1994, offers youth programs, adult education courses, community holiday awareness celebrations and hospital, nursing home, shut-in, and prison visitations. Chabad Lubavitch does not recognize the labels of Orthodox, Conservative, and Reform. "A Jew is a Jew is a Jew - Period." There are no membership fees at the "Chabad House," and all are welcome. Read more

 

Or Chadash New Conservative Synagogue

Or Chadash New Conservative Synagogue
6629 Massey Lane
Memphis, TN 38120
P: (901) 435-6353
RabbiCDJ@gmail.com
www.ocncs.org

Or Chadash is a traditional Conservative synagogue, egalitarian and highly participatory. For many, OCNCS is a place to find a home as Jews and blossom spiritually. OCNS members enjoy participating in and leading services and programs. Read more


Temple Israel (Reform)

Temple Israel (Reform)
1376 East Massey Road
Memphis, TN 38120
P: (901) 761-3130
F: (901) 761-1448
stacyc@timemphis.org
www.timemphis.org

Temple Israel is Memphis’ largest and oldest congregation. Founded in 1854, it is the only Reform synagogue in Memphis and has nearly 1,750 families. In addition to Shabbat services held every Friday evening at 6:15 and Saturday mornings at 10:00 a.m., Temple Israel offers a wide variety of programs for children and adults of all ages including daycare, preschool and kindergarten classes during the week and Sunday religious school for Kindergarten through twelfth grades.  Temple Israel teens can also participate in MeFTY, the 9th through 12th grade high school youth group that is affiliated with NFTY, the North American Federation of Temple Youth. Adult programs include WRJ-Sisterhood, Brotherhood, and a variety of adult education programs. 

Temple Israel is engaged in many social action programs offering a wide array of opportunities that serve the Jewish and greater communities. Read more


Young Israel Congregation (Orthodox)

Young Israel Congregation (Orthodox)
531 South Yates
Memphis , TN 38120
P: (901) 761-6060
F: (901) 761-6061
www.yiom.org

Young Israel of Memphis is affiliated with the National Council of Young Israel. Young Israel of Memphis prides itself in being a Torah center of Jewish awareness for the Memphis community where people of all backgrounds are welcome to explore the beauty of traditional Torah values and fervent prayer in an atmosphere of acceptance and warm Southern hospitality. 

The Rabbi delivers various classes and Shiurim throughout the week. There is a ladies class during the summer months and one-on-one learning is always available. Young Israel hosts a myriad of programs including an annual Tisha B’Av Holocaust Memorial Service, featuring a scholar in residence and a Chofetz Chaim Heritage Foundation film series. During the year, Young Israel hosts various Scholar in Residence lecture series and speakers on a variety of Torah topics. Click here for more information. Read more

 

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