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(Independent Egalitarian)
Altshul is an independent, egalitarian minyan that is guided by halacha and follows the traditional liturgy. It meets on the second and fourth Shabbat mornings and third Friday night of every month in the Park Slope neighborhood of Brooklyn, NY.

Brooklyn Heights Synagogue

A warm, welcoming, and Jewishly diverse community dedicated to lifelong learning and to caring for the world and each other. 131 Remsen Street (Clinton/Henry Streets) Brooklyn NY 11201 718-522-2070

Congregation Beth Elohim

Founded in 1861, is one of the fastest growing and most vibrant synagogues in New York City. CBE, also known as Garfield Temple, was recently named “one of America’s 25 most vibrant congregations” by Newsweek, which hailed CBE for “quickly adapting to Brooklyn’s exciting, young population.” Open to people from a variety of backgrounds who honor our traditions and values, CBE serves as a hub for members and for the surrounding community as well. It is a place of worship, dedicated to honoring Jewish traditions, and also a place of learning, a place to socialize, to celebrate and to actively engage with the world, a synagogue center energizing and enriching our Jewish community through study, ritual and acts of loving-kindness. 718-768-3814

Congregation B’nai Avraham

B’nai Avraham is a modern orthodox congregation, celebrating 18 years of community service and occupying its current brownstone for the last decade. 117 Remsen Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201 718-596-4840

Congregation B’nai Jacob

Modern Orthodox observance in a liberating environment. 401 9th St., Brooklyn NY 11215 718-832-1266

Congregation Mt Sinai

(Independent Egalitarian)
We are a caring and sharing community that seeks to accommodate the diverse spiritual needs of our people. We are proud that our sacred space is a place where unity of spirit and diversity of thought support each other.
250 Cadman Plaza West, Brooklyn NY 11201 718-875-9124

East Midwood Jewish Center

A vibrant, egalitarian community in the heart of Brooklyn. Since 1924, we have been a house of worship, a place for Judaic discovery and action, and a haven for learners, seekers, and questioners. Welcoming to all, we are host to a range, of Jewish voices. 1625 Ocean Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11230

Flatbush Jewish Center

The Flatbush and Shaare Torah Jewish center is a warm, welcoming, and diverse synagogue that has been a fixture in the Kensington community sine 1921. FJC offers a strong sense of family and tradition through prayer, classes, community gatherings, and other proactive endeavors. We invite you to become a part of our family and continue our efforts to revitalize our community, both spiritually and culturally.
327 E 5th St, Brooklyn, NY 11218 718-871-5200

The IYYUN Synagogue

IYYUN synagogue without doors. No reservations, no membership and no fees. A warm, spiritual, intellectual and very diverse community, committed to the inner teachings of Torah. 650 Sackett St, Brooklyn NY, 11217

Kane Street Synagogue

A warm, diverse, spiritual, and intellectual community, mixing traditional
liturgy with an open spirit. 236 Kane Street, Brooklyn NY 11231 718-875-1550

Kolot Chayeinu/ Voices of Our Lives

(Unaffiliated Progressive)
Open services at this independent progressive community. We pray
joyfully, wrestle with tradition, pursue justice, and refuse to be satisfied with the world as it is. Check website for locations of services. At Church of Gethsemane 1012 Eighth Avenue (10th/11th Streets) Brooklyn NY 11215 718-395-9950

Park Slope Jewish Center

(Egalitarian Conservative)
Energetic, participatory services for adults and children. 1320 Eighth Avenue (14th Street) Brooklyn NY 11215 718-768-1453

Romemu Brooklyn

Romemu Brooklyn is a warm and welcoming community that seeks to integrate body, mind, and soul in Jewish practice with passionate, intergenerational, musical, poetic, intentional, and fun services.
Shabbat services take place at the Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture, 53 Prospect Park West, Brooklyn, NY 11215