Synagogues in our Community

1. Chabad of Sacramento
"No Jew should ever be lost to the Jewish people, no Jew must ever be lonely." as quoted in The Jewish Week.
Rabbi: Mendy Cohen
Address: 945 Evelyn Lane
Phone number: 916.455.1400

2. Congregation B'nai Israel
As Sacramento’s oldest Jewish congregation and its largest Reform synagogue, B’nai Israel is devoted to honoring the traditions of our heritage while creating a Jewish experience that is relevant to today’s society. We nurture spirituality and personal reflection through prayer, music, education and social action. We foster friendship and community with Shabbat dinners, ritual events and affinity groups that reflect our diversity. Congregation B’nai Israel welcomes families and singles, young and old, gay and straight.
Rabbi: Mona Alfi
Address: 3600 Riverside Boulevard
Phone number: 916.446.4861

3. Knesset Israel Torah Center (KITC)
KITC was founded in 1982 as a place of Torah learning. We represent an eclectic group of people who are interested in growing and developing our Torah knowledge and Torah observance through study, public prayer and social events. KITC is a member of the Orthodox Union.
Rabbi: Joel Zeff
Address: 1165 Morse Avenue
Phone number: 916.481.1159

4. Mosaic Law Congregation
Mosaic Law Congregation is the vibrant, spiritual home for all members of the Sacramento region seeking a life of Jewish education and support within the framework of Conservative Judaism.
Rabbi: Reuven Taff
Address: 2300 Sierra Boulevard
Phone number: 916.488.1122

5. Congregation Beth Shalom
Congregation Beth Shalom is a small, friendly Reform Jewish congregation located in the heart of Carmichael. Members come from throughout the region, including Sacramento, Roseville, Folsom, El Dorado Hills, Elk Grove, and beyond. We come from all walks of life and embody diverse Jewish backgrounds, belief, and practice.
Rabbis: David and Nancy Wechsler-Azen
Address: 4746 El Camino Ave, Carmichael
Phone number: 916.485.4478

6. Temple Or Rishon
We are a warm, welcoming, and caring community. We invite you to browse our web site and then drop in for a riveting Shabbat service, a delectable nosh, and captivating conversation. Feel free to drop in any Saturday morning for coffee and bagels. Don´t be surprised to find us engaged in intellectual debate as we sift through the current Torah portion with unrestrained enthusiasm. Then stay for a more intimate Learner´s Minion and yes, another nosh. If you are looking for a home to cultivate your spiritual garden, or just aching to find your cultural Jewish roots, we, at Temple Or Rishon say, "Welcome home!".
Rabbi: Alan Rabishaw
Address: 7755 Hazel Ave. Orangevale, CA 95662
Phone number: (916) 988-4100