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Beth Abraham Synagogue | Conservative USCJ

Rabbi Joshua Ginsberg
Cantor Andrea Raizen
Beth Abraham Synagogue is a Conservative synagogue located just south of downtown Dayton in Oakwood. The congregation takes pride in its fully egalitarian Shabbat services, featuring a high level of congregant participation and Rabbi Ginsberg’s insightful and inspiring sermons. The warmth the of Shabbat experience is enhanced with a full Kiddush lunch prepared weekly by congregants. 
305 Sugar Camp Cir., Dayton Ohio 45409
(937) 293-9520

Beth Jacob Congregation | Traditional

Beth Jacob Congregation has a rich history in the Dayton region, with origins that extend back to the 18oos. The synagogue now hosts a monthly Rabbi-in-Residence for Shabbat services, seminars, and holiday celebrations. The Beth Jacob kitchen committee holds a Kiddush immediately following weekly Shabbat services.. Beth Jacob has an active Social Action Committee and Sisterhood group. 
7020 North Main St., Dayton Ohio 45415
(937) 274-2149

Chabad of Greater Dayton

Rabbi Nochum Mangel
Rabbi Levi Simon
Chabad serves the Greater Dayton community with innovative pioneering programming for all ages and segments of the community.  Programming includes Shabbat and holiday services, shared holiday meals and celebrations, dynamic study featuring Rohr Jewish Learning Institute programming, and personal support and caring.
2001 Far Hills Ave., Dayton, Ohio 45419
(937) 643-0770

Temple Beth Or| Reform (URJ)

Rabbi Judy Chessin
Rabbi Ari Ballaban
Temple Beth Or is a Reform temple located in South Dayton. With modern interpretations of traditional celebrations, Temple Beth Or provides innovative programming, dynamic services featuring our congregational choir, and a camp-style religious school from pre-K-12th grade. Ours is an egalitarian inclusive community which celebrates diversity and participation; a sanctuary where traditional families, LGBTQ people, interfaith partners and extended families, singles, seniors and spiritual seekers are welcome.  
5275 Marshall Rd., Dayton Ohio 45429
(937) 435-3400

Temple Israel | Reform URJ

Rabbi Karen Bodney-Halasz
Rabbi Tina Sobo
Temple Israel is a Reform Jewish congregation that is deeply committed to meaningful worship, Torah study, social justice efforts, LGBTQ rights, collaborative interfaith programming, and Jewish camping.  Temple Israel hosts the Jewish Cultural Festival every summer, which uniquely celebrates the richness of the Jewish heritage and culture. 
130 Riverside Dr., Dayton Ohio 45405

Within the Surrounding Miami Valley Area

Congregation Anshe Emeth | Reform (URJ)
320 Caldwell St., Piqua, Ohio
Rabbinic Intern Sara Otero-Eiser
(937) 547-0092; or (937) 623-1234
ansheemeth.org

Temple Beth Sholom | Reform (URJ)
610 Gladys Dr., Middletown, Ohio 45044
Rabbi Haviva Horvitz
(513) 254-8982
thetemplebethsholom.com

Temple Sholom | Reform (URJ)
2424 North Limestone St., Springfield, Ohio 45503
|Rabbi Cary Kozberg
(937) 399-1231
templesholomoh.com

Yellow Springs Havurah
Antioch University, Yellow Springs, Ohio 45387
(937) 767-7549

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Jewish Observer

Dayton’s JCC at 100 – Part Two

A place to call home By Marshall Weiss and Marc Katz Ohio Gov. James Rhodes described the site as the “finest community complex that I have seen in the state” when he spoke at the dedication of the Jewish Community Complex on Denlinger Road in Madison Township (now Trotwood), Sept. The post Dayton’s JCC at 100 – Part Two appeared first on The Dayton Jewish Observer. [...]

By Marc Katz, Special To The Dayton Jewish Observer Two small boxes of documents tell some of the story of Dayton’s Jewish community on Sept. 10, 1978: dedication day for the Jesse Philips Building and the Jewish Community Complex. They hold the contents of the Jewish community time capsule, which The post Remember the time capsule? We opened it for the JCC’s centennial appeared first on The Dayton Jewish Observer. [...]

Am I a Jew?

By Hannah Kasper Levinson I have a question that has guided me and confused me through so much of my life. Am I a Jew? I know that according to Jewish law, I am Jewish, since my mother is Jewish. But am I Jewish enough? I wonder this every Friday The post Am I a Jew? appeared first on The Dayton Jewish Observer. [...]

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