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Jewish Religion in New Orleans

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Adat Yeshua Synagogue - Harahan - Adat Yeshua New Orleans welcomes Jewish and other people to find a spiritual home in Messianic Judaism. We develop relationships with each other and find God in our midst. We celebrate Torah, Messiah and Jewish life together. We read the Torah, the haftorah and the teachings of Yeshua and his students, then consider the Rabbis' opinions and enter the rabinical debate.

Anshe Sfard Synagogue - New Orleans - Anshe Sfard is an Orthodox OUSynagogue that was formed in 1896 in New Orleans. Our building we are in was built in 1926. We provide Shabbat Services and Services for Jewish Holidays. Anshe Sfard Synagogue is a family friendly place to worship. Every Shabbat the congregation welcomes Jewish people, from near and far, who join us for services and become part of our family. Having services in the setting of a traditional synagogue in the historical uptown section of the city that was once the center of Jewish life in New Orleans is an experience you should not miss.

Chabad-Lubavitch of Louisiana - The resource for everything Jewish in New Orleans. Online Torah study, Jewish programs and services, and Jewish tourist info. Chabad of Louisiana headquarters serves as a Synagogue as well as a center for adult education, children's programs and Jewish social events.

Chabad Jewish Center - Metairie - Chabad Jewish Center, hosts a wide range of educational and social service programs attracting diverse participation from across the New Orleans Jewish community. Our primary base of support is the hundreds of New Orleanians who contribute regularly to the Chabad Jewish Center and our programs.

Congregation Gates of Prayer - Metairie - For Over 150 years of Service to the Jewish Community. Welcome to Congregation Gates of Prayer, a strong, vibrant and active Reform Jewish synagogue located in Metairie, LA. We offer a full range of programs for all ages from young children to our oldest adults. Our varied worship services are known for their warmth, joy and spirit in keeping with Jewish tradition.

Jewish Children's Regional Service - Serving Jewish youth and families since 1855. Jewish Children’s Regional Service began in 1855 as an orphanage and is currently the oldest existing Jewish children’s social services organization in the United States, as well as the only regional Jewish child social services agency in the country.

Jewish Community Center Association - Rabbi Swerdlow is the lead chaplain at the VA Medical Center in Northport New York, and has also received an award for his work in palliative care.  JCC Association is the continental umbrella organization for the Jewish Community Center Movement, which includes more than 350 JCCs, YM-YWHAs, and camp sites in the U.S. and Canada. JCC Association offers a wide range of services and resources to help its affiliates to provide educational, cultural, social, Jewish identity-building, and recreational programs for people of all ages and backgrounds.

Jewish Community Day School of Greater New Orleans - Metairie - Jewish Community Day School provides students with stellar academics along with the skills and habits of mind they need to thrive in their world. Jewish values and inquiry based teaching inspire meaningful learning that lasts a lifetime.

Jewish Endowment of Louisiana - New Orleans - The Jewish Endowment Foundation of Louisiana is dedicated to Becoming a repository of funds given by people who shared their vision of a strong and vibrant Jewish community; Attracting individuals and families to invest some portion of their life’s good fortune to ensure the future of generations to come; and Providing endowed funds to benefit the whole federation family of agencies and other organizations of Jewish interest.

Jewish Family Service - New Orleans - Jewish Family Service of Greater New Orleans (JFS) is a social service agency dedicated to preserving, strengthening and enhancing the well-being and self-sufficiency of individuals and families at every stage of life. Established nearly 60 years ago, Jewish Family Service is a “whole person environment”, serving Greater New Orleans regardless of race, religion, disability, gender or sexual orientation. Services are available on a sliding fee scale, based on income.

Jewish Genealogical Society of New Orleans - IntroductionNov 16, 2008 ... Purpose, objectives, history, members' research names, newsletter, miscellaneous informtion, local resources, links. The Jewish Genealogical Society (JGS) of New Orleans is a non-profit organization for those who desire to research their Jewish roots in Louisiana and worldwide. Our purpose is to bring members together to share information and ideas, and to periodically present programs which will assist with such research, providing members with a broad base of knowledge regarding resources and research skills.

Securing New Orleans Jewish Institutions - The Federation movement, collectively among the top 10 charities on the continent, protects and enhances the well-being of Jews worldwide through the values of tikkun olam (repairing the world), tzedakah (charity and social justice) and Torah (Jewish learning).  Securing New Orleans Jewish Institutions is detailing an inspection of New Orleans Jewish communal facilities and an effort to salvage Torahs, Judaica, important documents and computers.

Temple Sinai Reform Congregation - New Orleans - is the oldest Reform congregation in Louisiana. Find programs which address the history, language, music, theology, and other aspects of Jewish culture, from pre-school through adulthood. The members of Temple Sinai reaffirm our mission as an historic Reform Jewish house of worship, in the spirit of the Covenant that we made with God, to provide visionary leadership and opportunities in spiritual, educational, moral and social programs which strengthen and enrich the lives of our congregants and contribute to the community of Greater New Orleans.

The Jewish Federation of Greater New Orleans - Metairie - Welcome to the online community for Jewish New Orleans! The Jewish Federation of Greater New Orleans serves as the central coordinating body for the Jewish community. Its purpose is to build and sustain a vibrant Jewish community in the Greater New Orleans area and, in accordance with Jewish tradition, to assure the continuity of the Jewish people in America, Israel and throughout the Diaspora.

The New Orleans Jewish Community CenterNew Orleans - The New Orleans Jewish Community Center is a state-of-the-art fitness center and pool, a pillar of New Orleans early childhood education, a fun-filled summer day camp and so much more. It is a place for adults to take an exercise class, an art class or dance class. A place for children and teens to experience learning through enrichment classes, sports leagues, family activities and summer camps. The JCC is a Jewish place, built on Jewish values.

Touro Synagogue - New Orleans - Touro Synagogue's mission stems from its traditional roots, but blends well with our mainstream Reform Jewish Philosophy which supports our emphasis on the love of Jewish living, a commitment to social justice, to Klal Yisrael and to Jewish practice founded in knowledge. Our historic congregation was founded in 1828, the present-day Touro is an amalgam of two earlier congregations, one founded by German Jewish settlers, the other a Spanish-Portuguese synagogue whose families were largely of Sephardic background and who arrived from South America and the Caribbean.

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