Rochester Religious Web Sites
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- Chabad-Lubavitch Center for Jewish Enrichment. Voice: 271-0330. Fax: 271-0213. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. S. Winton Rd. Rochester, NY, 14618.
- Congregation Beth Sholom
- Temple Beth Am. Voice: 334-4855. Email: email@example.com. 3249 East Henrietta Road, P.O. Box 177, Henrietta, NY 14467. "We are a small liberal congregation that strives to be a community. The congregation emphasizes the importance both of individuals and families. Members of all ages and from a large range of religious and educational backgrounds are all important contributors to our community. We encourage flexibility and growth, and provide social, educational and religious opportunities for learning and celebration. We have events such as:
- A Rosh Hashanah Tashlich service (the symbolic casting off of sins at a body of water)
- A communal Sukkah Decorating and Sukkah meal
- Tzedakah collective which meets to decide how to distribute funds
- A lively Purim celebration including hamentaschen for all
- Many school and/or family events to which all are welcome
- Shabbat dinners."
- Temple B'rith Kodesh. 2131 Elmwood Avenue. Rochester, New York 14618. Voice: 244-7060. Fax: 244-0557
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. "Temple B'rith Kodesh is a growing and caring community. It is a Reform congregation in the Rochester area consisting of approximately 1300 families. Programs include: Shabbat observance and learning programs, annual lectures, Chavurot (Friendship Groups), youth programs, family grade level school programs, nursery school, holiday celebrations, Mitzvah Corps, preschool programs, singles groups, social action, special Shabbat music programs, spirituality conference, and support groups.
- Temple Emanu-El of Irondequoit
- Temple Sinai. Voice: 381-6890 or 385-9142. 363 Penfield Road, Rochester NY 14625. "Temple Sinai is a Reform temple affiliated with the Union of American Hebrew Congregations. Founded 40 years ago, we now have over 500 families in our membership."
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