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In addition to serving as a place of worship, today's synagogues often take on a broader role, offering congregants and community members places to learn, socialize, and celebrate Jewish lifecycle events, Shabbat and holidays.

 

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Temples & Synagogues Listings

  • Heights Jewish Center Synagogue

    Esther Abramowitz
    Office Manager
    216.382.1958

    Established in 1923, Heights Jewish Center is an Orthodox synagogue whose members are committed to Torah, mitzvos and a desire to grow spiritually.

  • Jewish Secular Community of Cleveland

    Mark Weber
    President and Madrich
    440.519.0220

    Now in its 44th year, the Jewish Secular Community of Cleveland, provides an inclusive and secular, humanistic environment to celebrate holidays, learn about Jewish traditions and history.

  • Knesseth Israel Temple (KIT)

    Cantor Beth Friedman-Romell
    330-262-3516

    Knesseth Israel (gathering in the name of Israel) is a welcoming Recontructionist congregation that supports the needs of the Jewish community in Wooster, a semi-rural city of 25,000 in north central Ohio.

  • Kol HaLev

    Steve Segar
    Rabbi
    216.320.1498

    Kol HaLev is Cleveland's Reconstructionist Jewish community dedicated to the continuity and evolution of our people and tradition.

  • Oheb Zedek-Cedar Sinai Synagogue

    Rabbi Zachary Truboff
    216.382.6566

    An open, Modern Orthodox congregation dedicated to spiritual growth, merging Torah values with social responsibility, and the unity of the Jewish people.

  • Oheb Zedek-Taylor Road Synagogue

    Executive Administrator
    216.321.4875

    Oheb Zedek - Taylor Road Synagogue, established over 105 years ago is an Orthodox shul in Cleveland Heights.

  • Semach Sedek Synagogue

    Rabbi Levi Yitzchak Volovik
    216.382.7202

    Semach Sedek, a small orthodox synagogue is located in South Euclid.

  • Solon Chabad

    440.498.9533

    Solon Chabad is an Orthodox synagogue, open to all, regardless of affiliation, knowledge of Hebrew and level of commitment.

  • Suburban Temple-Kol Ami

    Brett Shankman
    Executive Director
    216.991.0700

    Suburban Temple-Kol Ami is a mid-size Reform congregation that embodies the tenets of Reform Judaism.

  • The Park Synagogue

    Allison Solomon
    Membership Director
    216.371.2244 x121

    Park Synagogue is a modern, egalitarian Conservative synagogue that welcomes everyone to our community. Whether through song or study, through public celebration or private reflection, Park offers something for everyone. Intellectual vigor is coupled with the warmth of family. We believe a congregation should bring together people of all ages for a shared experience. We look forward to seeing you here!

  • Torah U’tefila

    Rabbi Moshe Einstadter
    216.321.9718

    Torah U'tefila is a small orthodox synagogue located in Cleveland Heights.

  • Young Israel of Greater Cleveland

    Rena Greenfeld
    216.382.5740

    Young Israel of Greater Cleveland is a 345-family Orthodox congregation located in Beachwood.

  • Zemach Zedek

    Rabbis Mordechai Mendelson and Elly Jacobs
    216.321.5169

    Congregation Zemach Zedek is an Orthodox synagogue that holds Jewish religious services and welcomes people of all walks of life.

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