At Congregation B’nai Emunah, we pursue Jewish knowledge, identity and observance in an open, inclusive and welcoming environment where people gather from all walks of life as one loving and supportive community. We especially welcome interfait... more
Congregation Beth Sholom creates opportunities for contemporary Jews, along with their loved ones and friends, to share authentic and meaningful religious and spiritual experiences. We also aim to build and sustain a community inspired to make a posi... more
Congregation Keneseth Israel is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year. It was founded by mostly Russian and Lithuanian Jews in the year 5663, which corresponds to the year 1903 on the civil calendar. In those days the Jewish section of San Fran... more
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Congregation Sha'ar Zahav is a progressive Reform synagogue, established in 1977. We are a vibrant kehila (Jewish community) in the San Francisco Bay Area for people of all sexual identities. We are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered and heter... more
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Congregation Sherith Israel is a pioneer synagogue of the American West. Founded in 1849, it has been a sanctuary for Jewish life in San Francisco for more than 150 years. Congregation Sherith Israel is a place for joyful prayers, music and Jewis... more
The first Sephardic synagogue in San Francisco founded in 1935, Magain David has an active community with daily morning services, regular services on Friday nights and Saturdays, and holiday services. Meals are available for visitors.  Please v... more
The Richmond Torah Center-Chabad was founded by Rabbi Ahron Hecht as a warm, comfortable place where Jews of all backgrounds could study, pray or just discover the joys of being Jewish. Over the years, more and more people have experienced the uniqu... more
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Congregation Emanu-El’s renowned clergy, dedicated board and welcoming staff serve our congregants and provide an open, responsive, nourishing environment in which to personalize discovery of the three pillars of Jewish life:  Worship, Lea... more