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The following congregations either identify themselves within the Classical Reform tradition or embrace their Reform heritage as part of their practice. They use the New Union Prayer Book in its varying editions, as either their primary liturgy or for regular alternative worship.

Temple B’nai Israel, Little Rock, Arkansas  www.bnai-israel.us

Congregation Ahavath Chesed, Jacksonville, Florida   www.thetemplejacksonville.org

The Temple, Hebrew Benevolent Congregation, Atlanta, Georgia  www.the-temple.org

Congregation Mickve Israel, Savannah, Georgia  www.mickveisrael.org

Chicago Sinai Congregation, Chicago, Illinois  www.chicagosinai.org

The Temple, Congregation Adath Israel Brith Sholom, Louisville, Kentucky  www.thetemplelouky.org

Central Reform Temple of Boston, Boston, Massachusetts  www.bostonjewishspirit.org

New Reform Temple, Kansas City, Missouri  www.nrtkc.org

Temple Emanuel, St. Louis, Missouri  www.testl.org

Temple Emanu-El, New York, New York www.emanuelnyc.org

Rodef Shalom Congregation, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania  rodefshalom.org

Temple Emanu-El, Dallas, Texas  www.tedallas.org

Temple Mount Sinai, El Paso, Texas  www.templemountsinai.com

Houston Congregation for Reform Judaism, Houston, Texas  www.hcrj.org

Temple Beth El, San Antonio, Texas  www.beth-elsa.org

 


The SCRJ also maintains cooperative relationships with individuals and congregations in other countries that affirm our progressive vision of Reform Judaism:

Congregation Har-El, Jerusalem, Israel  www.kharel.org.il

Murstein Synagogue at Hebrew Union College, Jerusalem, Israel  huc.edu/about/center-je.shtml

West London Synagogue, London, England  www.wls.org.uk

Liberal Jewish Synagogue, London, England   www.ljs.org

Abraham Geiger College, Berlin, Germany abraham-geiger-kolleg.de

Synagogue Ec Chaim, Warsaw, Poland  www.ecchaim.org

JCC Krakow, Krakow, Poland  www.jcckrakow.org/en/