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Conservative (USCJ Affiliated)

CONGREGATION AHAVAT OLAM
PO Box 344
106 Windeler Road
Howell, NJ 07731
732-367-1677 / 732-363-5190 T | Email: [email protected]
Contacts: Rabbi Michael Klein, Cantor David Amar, President Arlene Schwartz.
Congregation Ahavat Olam (“everlasting love”) is a mid-sized egalitarian congregation serving western Monmouth County and northern Ocean County. Our members participate in religious, social, and educational programs which serve to create a strong sense of community and commitment to Judaism. Our congregation was formed by the merger of Congregations Ahavat Shalom and Ahavat Achim, each bringing a history of over 50 years of service to the Jewish community.CONGREGATION B’NAI ISRAEL
171 Ridge Road
Rumson, NJ 07760
732-842-1800 T | 732-842-7269 F
Contacts: Cantor Dov Goldberg; Joel Weisglass, President; Emilie Kovit-Meyer, Executive DirectorCBI Rumson is an egalitarian Conservative congregation, affiliated with the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism. Our members reflect the full range of contemporary American Jewish experience. Some of us are fourth generation Congregation B’nai Israel members. Some of us were raised within the Reform movement, some of us grew up Conservative, and some were brought up within the Orthodox traditions. Indeed, some of us have not had the benefit of a very Jewish upbringing at all. All of us have found a caring community in Congregation B’nai Israel.CONGREGATION OHEV SHALOM | MARLBORO JEWISH CENTER
103 School Road West
Marlboro, NJ 07746
732-536-2300 T | 732-536-0707 F
Contacts: Rabbi Tony Shy; Cantor Wayne Krieger; Jeff Sacks, President; Bonnie Komito, Executive Director, MJCOhev Shalom is more than a synagogue, more than a religious school, more than a center for life-cycle events. We strive to be a caring community of people like you. We aim to help our congregants on their “Jewish Journeys,” in finding a greater purpose and meaning in their daily lives. We aspire to make our community and our world a better place through active Jewish living informed by Jewish learning. Any way you say it, Ohev Shalom is the place to find lively activity and meaningful Jewish participation. We invite you to find out why so many Jewish families have chosen Ohev Shalom.

CONGREGATION TORAT EL • JERSEY SHORE JEWISH CENTER
301 Monmouth Road
Oakhurst, NJ 07755
732-531-4410 T | 732-531-3653 F
Contacts: Rabbi Aaron Schonbrun; Rabbi Sara Metz; Andrew Robins, President; Pam Cardullo, Executive Director

Congregation Torat El is the religious, educational, cultural and social center for approximately 550 Jewish families. Together, as a congregation, we experience the beauty of our Jewish heritage and explore the meaning of contemporary Jewish life. The members of our congregation, like members of an extended family, share in the observance of each other’s simchas and support each other in times of need. We take great pride in the warmth and the caring nature of our synagogue community and invite you to make us your spiritual home.

TEMPLE BETH AHM
550 Lloyd Road
Aberdeen, NJ 07747
732-583-1700 T | 732-583-5054 F
Contacts: Rabbi Lisa Malik; Nathan Goldwasser, President Temple Beth Ahm is a welcoming, multi-generational, spiritual community, conveniently located in New Jersey near the border of Monmouth & Middlesex counties, just minutes away from Exit 117A on the Garden State Parkway. We are committed to traditional-egalitarian Conservative Judaism as a meaningful way of life. Our spiritual leader, Rabbi Malik, encourages each of us to be “willing, learning, and striving” to climb up the ladder of learning and mitzvot; she enthusiastically embraces and inspires every one of us, no matter where we are on our spiritual journeys.Whether you are observing a yahrzeit, celebrating a Bar/Bat Mitzvah or other life cycle event, or just looking for a comfortable place to pray, learn, daven, socialize, or participate in social action tikkun olam activities, Temple Beth Ahm is the place to be. If you are not already a member of our shul community, we encourage you to visit and to consider joining us. Regardless of your current Jewish affiliation or background, we welcome you with open arms.Please contact us at [email protected] or (732) 583-1700.TEMPLE BETH SHALOM
108 Freehold Road
Manalapan, NJ 07726
732-446-1200 T | 732-446-0860 F
Contacts: Rabbi Ira Rothstein; Cantor Ruth Katz Green; Steven Strauss, President; Karen Ross, Executive DirectorTemple Beth Shalom is a Conservative egalitarian synagogue committed to the active participation of each congregant within a caring, contemporary approach to Judaism. Our Temple offers a variety of programs and opportunities to be involved within a Jewish community. We are proud of our facility and all it has to offer. From our Nursery School program to our Adult Education programs, there is something of interest for everyone. A sense of community and the dedication of our membership has enabled us to continually meet the ongoing needs of our people.

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Conservative (USCJ Unaffiliated)

CONGREGATION PETAKH HA-OHEL | THE OPEN SYNAGOGUE
PO Box 6536
Fair Haven, NJ 07704
732-758-9829 T
Contacts: Rabbi Harry Levin; Mark Schevitz, President; Rabbi Harry Levin, Education DirectorPERRINEVILLE JEWISH CENTER
855 Perrineville Rd
PO Box 308
Perrineville, NJ 08535
732.446.6018 T
Contacts: Rabbi Sheldon Schevelowitz; Wendy Heifetz, PresidentPerrineville Jewish Center is a friendly and heymish community of families from the Millstone Township area and the surrounding Manalapan, Freehold, Twin Rivers, Middlesex County, Allentown, Upper Freehold, New Egypt, and Monroe areas. Our members live in Western Monmouth county as well as Mercer County. If you are looking for a strong spiritual, emotional and social Jewish connection, than Perrineville Jewish Center is the perfect place for you. We openly welcome participation in our many services, programs, activities, and events. At the present time our membership is composed of approximately 130 families. We pride ourselves on our warm welcoming atmosphere.

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OrthodoxCENTER FOR JEWISH LIFE
176 Route 79
Marlboro, NJ 07746
732-316-7600 T
Contact: Rabbi Yossi KanelskyCenter for Jewish Life, located in the heart of Marlboro, serves the Jewish community of Middlesex and Monmouth counties. Our warm and inviting congregation welcomes all Jews regardless of background or affiliation. We offer many programs for the community for young and old: a vibrant Hebrew School, Bat Mitzvah and Bar Mitzvah Clubs, Women’s Circle, Senior Center visits, Torah Classes, and exciting holiday programs and events. We have Shabbat services on Friday night and Shabbat day followed by a sit-down Kiddush. We take pride in our growing community and are committed to strengthening Jewish awareness and values.CHABAD OF THE SHORE
620 Ocean Ave
Long Branch, NJ 07740
732-229-2424 T | 732-728-2267 F
Contacts: Rabbi Laibel Schapiro; Harvey Katz, PresidentChabad of the Shore, founded in 2002 with the blessings of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, is nurtured and supported by concerned members of communities on the New Jersey shore. Chabad is dedicated to the re-establishment and strengthening of our Judaic faith, principles, identity, commitment, and pride.CHABAD LUBAVITCH OF WESTERN MONMOUTH COUNTY
26 Wickatunk Road
Manalapan, NJ 07726
732-972-3687 T | 732-536-6571 F
Contacts: Rabbi Boruch Chazanow; Nancy Menasha, Bulletin Editor; Tova Chazanow, Education Director; Linda Ross, AdministratorThe Chabad Shul attracts community members from diverse backgrounds. Participants are not judged by their ability to take part, or by their religious knowledge. All shul services are warm, relaxing, haimish and easy to follow. Friday night, Saturday morning, Mincha, and weekday services enjoy a great spirit and communal participation. When you enter Chabad House, you will be greeted with a warm welcome, encouragement and support. Our Shul participants are actively involved in the services, which are meaningful and inspirational.CONGREGATION AGUDATH ACHIM
771 Central Avenue
Bradley Beach, NJ 07720
732-774-2495 T | 732-774-2498 F
Summer Contacts: Rabbi Maury Kelman; Len Strulowitz, President Summer Services between Memorial Day and Simchat Torah  – Open for Passover 2016YOUNG ISRAEL OF ABERDEEN| CONGREGATION BET TEFILAH
479 Lloyd Road
Aberdeen, NJ 07747
732-583-6262 T | 201-333-5008 F
Contacts: Rabbi Yaakov Tesser, Steve Dublon, President; Bonnie Lemis, SecretaryCONGREGATION BETH SHALOM
186 Maple Avenue
Red Bank, NJ 07701
732-741-1657 T
Contacts: Rabbi Dovid Harrison; Israel Burdin, PresidentCONGREGATION BROTHERS OF ISRAEL
250 Park Avenue
Long Branch, NJ 07740
732-222-6666 T
Contacts: Rabbi Nasanayl Braun; Andrew Samuel and Judie Boim, Co-PresidentsCongregation Brothers of Israel, founded in 1898, is the largest Ashkenazic synagogue at the Jersey Shore. We are the center of a vibrant Modern Orthodox community, with a full schedule of minyanim and a wide array of educational programs and social activities. We also have a satellite Minyan that operates on Shabbat and Yom Tov at 752 Ocean Avenue in Long Branch.CONGREGATION MAGEN DAVID OF WEST DEAL
345 Deal Road
Ocean, NJ 07712
732-531-3220 T | 732-531-9271 F
Contacts: Rabbi Ezra Labaton; Shlomo Teherani, CantorCONGREGATION SHAARE EZRA
36 Cedar Avenue
Long Branch, NJ 07740
732-571-4382 T
Contacts: Rabbi David Neham; Ralph Hanan, PresidentCONGREGATION SHAARE TEFILAH BENE MOSHE
16 Whalepond Road
Eatontown, NJ 07724
732-870-1779 T
Contacts: Rabbi Moshe Douek; Eliott Sultan, PresidentCONGREGATION SONS OF ISRAEL
PO Box 298
Belmar, NJ 07719
732-280-2759 T
Contacts: Rabbi Moshe M. Greebel; Dr. Sylvia Irwin, PresidentCONGREGATION SONS OF ISRAEL
4 Violet Drive
Ocean Township, NJ 07712
732-922-9858 T
Contacts: Rabbi Yosef Carlebach; Brian P. Goot, PresidentEDMOND J. SAFRA SYNAGOGUE
75 Hathaway Ave.
Deal, NJ 07723-1065
732-531-0535 T
Contacts: Rabbi Isaac Farhi; Ralph Harary, PresidentJEWISH LEARNING CENTER COMMUNITY SYNAGOGUE
138 Pinebrook Rd.
Manalapan, NJ 07726
732-683-0244 T | 732-905-0433 F
Contacts: Rabbi Chaim Veshnefsky; Mitchell Berko, PresidentLOGAN ROAD MINYAN TORAH LINKS
1806 Route 35 South
Ocean, NJ 07712
732-663-0662 T
Contacts: Rabbi Moshe Lichtenstein; Austin Sherman, PresidentOHEL SIMCHA CONGREGATION
PO Box 2088
Elberon, NJ 07740
732-571-2711 T | 732-571-9579 F
Contacts: Rabbi Samuel Choueka (732-571-0277); Edward Anteby, PresidentOHEL YAACOB SYNAGOGUE
PO Box 225
4 Ocean Avenue
Deal, NJ 07723
732-531-0217 T | 732-531-5953 F
Contacts: Rabbi Eli Ben-Haim; Ike S. Franco, President; Allen Brown, Office Administrator; Rabbi Yaakob Elbaz, Youth DirectorSYNAGOGUE OF MAGEN ABRAHAM
PO Box 444
West Long Branch, NJ 07764
732-870-9318 T
Contacts: Rabbi Robert Semah; A.J. Gindi, President; Victoria Bulletin EditorTHE SYNAGOGUE OF DEAL
P.O. Box 208
128 Norwood Avenue
Deal, NJ 07723
732-531-3200 T | 732-517-0798 F
Contacts: Rabbi Isaac Dwek; Steven Sitt, President; Kimberly Ott, AdministratorUNION HILL CONGREGATION
364 Union Hill Road
Englishtown, NJ 07726
732-972-0955 T
Contacts: Rabbi Chaim Leiter; Rabbi Moshe Shaps; Gary Steinberg, PresidentRABBI MOSHE BLAU
1025 Deal Road
Ocean, NJ 07712

MONMOUTH TORAH LINKS
415 US 9 South
Englishtown, NJ 07726
732-617-7117 T
Contacts: Rabbi Gedalia Liebes; Rabbi Yitzchok Oratz; Rabbi Yossi Sobel

Monmouth Torah Links is a not-for-profit organization, dedicated to raising the level of Jewish awareness and education in the Monmouth County area. We provide a wide variety of educational and social events designed to create a warm and non-judgmental environment for Jews of all ages to explore and experience their heritage. Our programs are open to all Jews, regardless of their education or religious affiliation.

CONGREGATION ANSHEI ROOSEVELT
18 Homestead Lane
Roosevelt, NJ 08555
609-448-2526 T
Contact: Rabbi Moshe HezronyCongregation Anshei Roosevelt in Roosevelt, NJ is a small historic synagogue with a growing congregation. All levels of practice and interest are welcome in our very unique congregation. Join us each week at the “rabbi’s restaurant” for a complimentary lunch and meet and greet.

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ReformCONGREGATION KOL AM
59 Broad Street
Freehold, NJ 07728
732-792-8000 T
Contacts: Rabbi Lois Ruderman; President Susan CanterKol Am was founded in 2002. Our goal is a commitment to the continuance of a spiritually grounded, literate Jewish community dedicated to worship, education, and social action. We have established a meaningful religious home with celebrations, customs, and rituals. We value kol am (voice of the people) and strive to foster a sense of belonging. We look to the participation, energy, talents, and creativity of all our members. Rosh Hodesh meetings, men’s club, and youth activities are enjoyed as we seek to create memories that will span the generations. Friday night services, Saturday morning Torah study, adult education and religious school, and holiday schedules are on our website.MONMOUTH REFORM TEMPLE
332 Hance Avenue
Tinton Falls, NJ 07724
732-747-9365 T
[email protected]
Contact: Rabbi Marc A. Kline; Cantor Gabrielle Clissold, Rabbi Sally J. Priesand, emeritaWe are an open and inviting congregation for anyone seeking to connect to Jewish community, tradition, study, and worship. Our members come from all parts of Monmouth County. We are affiliated with the Union for Reform Judaism and combine contemporary values with classical teachings of Torah. We are eager to connect with you, so please do not hesitate to contact us.TEMPLE BETH MIRIAM
180 Lincoln Avenue
PO Box 2097
Elberon, NJ 07740
732-222-3754 T | 732- 222-1238 F
Contacts: Rabbi Cy Stanway; Jason Kaufman, Student Cantor; Marjorie Richter, AdministratorTemple Beth Miriam is a liberal congregation which embraces all Jews regardless of their experience, gender, race, sexual orientation, marital status or parental status. We welcome interfaith couples and invite your whole family to drink from our wells. Our mission is to teach Torah and to make it relevant to today’s Jew.TEMPLE RODEPH TORAH
Mohawk Drive, PO Box 125
Marlboro, NJ 07746
732-308-0055 T | 732-294-0232 F
Contacts: Rabbi Donald A. Weber; Cantor Joanna M. Alexander; Irwin Kizel, President; Sheryl Cooper, AdministratorTRT religious services are warm, friendly, and, with few exceptions, open to the entire community. We celebrate all Jewish holidays, making young and old feel comfortable and part of the community.TEMPLE SHAARI EMETH
400 Craig Road
Manalapan, NJ 07726
732-462-7744
Contacts: Rabbi Melinda F. Panken; Wally Schachet-Briskin, Cantor; Joan Fischer, President; Stuart Brown, Executive DirectorTemple Shaari Emeth is a vibrant Reform community engaged in lifelong learning, meaningful worship, and acts of loving kindness. We work together to support one another and to make the world a better, more just place. We are an inclusive community welcoming interfaith families, and those of any race, sexual orientation, or financial status. We honor the past and joyously celebrate the present in order to nourish a Jewish future.TEMPLE SHALOM
5 Ayrmont Lane
Aberdeen, NJ 07747
732-566-2621 T | 732-566-4185 F
Contacts: Rabbi Laurence P. Malinger; Marnie Camhi, Cantor; Karen Winograd, President; Stephanie Pinck, Office ManagerTemple Shalom is a Reform Jewish congregation that welcomes traditional and non-traditional families and individuals. As members, we aspire to create a warm and friendly atmosphere that fosters inclusiveness and connections with others, so that no one feels alone. We strengthen our commitment to Jewish education, values and ethics through communal Worship of God, individual prayer and the lifelong study of Torah. We strive to interpret the meaning of Torah and adapt our faith through on-going learning and reflection.Our congregation, a member of the Union for Reform Judaism, is an integral part of the Jewish community, both socially and spiritually. We are dedicated to “tikkun olam”, the repairing of our world, as we encourage advocacy in issues affecting the community, our nation and the world at large. It is our responsibility to perform loving deeds and assist individuals and organizations in time of need.

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TraditionalFREEHOLD JEWISH CENTER | CONGREGATION AGUDATH ACHIM
59 Broad Street
Freehold, NJ 07728
732-462-0254 T | 732-462-6868 F
CONTACTS: Rabbi Nathan Langer; Cantor Aron Heller; Steve Weisman, President; Christine Mahler, Executive Director
Tradition and Caringare words that describe the Freehold Jewish Center and its members. Committed to a traditional pattern of Jewish worship, while sensitive to the spiritual needs of its congregants, our congregation provides opportunities for worship and study to members of all ages. If you are looking for a congregation in which to grow spiritually, academically, and morally, and still seek a warm “hamish” environment, come visit so that we can welcome you to our family, and we can become part of yours. We also hold a daily morning minyan.CONGREGATION SONS OF ISRAEL
P.O. Box 369
Manalapan, NJ 07726
732-446-3000 T | 732-792-8062 F
Contacts: Rabbi Robert Pilavin; David Binder, PresidentWeekday minyans
Mornings: Monday thru Friday 7:15AM • Sunday & legal holidays 8:30AM
Evenings: Sunday thru Thursday 8:30PM

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Long Branch, NJ

Long Branch, NJ United States – OU Communities

About this community

Long Branch, a seaside community 50 miles from New York City, is large enough to have everything, but small enough that every family counts. The community is perfect for today’s Modern Orthodox family looking for an “out of town” feel that has big city amenities.

Congregation Brothers of Israel, is a dynamic, warm, friendly Modern Orthodox Ashkenazic synagogue with programming and services for all ages. Its day school, Yeshiva at the Jersey Shore, attracts young families seeking superior academic and religious education for their children. Our member families develop very close relationships with other member families; shul friends become extended family and create very special bonds. Retirees are attracted to Long Branch’s carefree beachfront condo and apartment living and to Brothers of Israel’s satellite Ocean Avenue Minyan.  The surrounding area is home to a diverse religious Jewish population that includes “Yeshivish”, Modern Orthodox, Syrian-Sephardic, and Chabad.

We boast great amenities including affordable housing in tree-lined neighborhoods, a wide variety of kosher markets, great selection of kosher restaurants, eruv, mikvaot and choice of Jewish Day Schools/Yeshivot.

Job opportunities include several state-of-the-art medical centers, high-tech industries, and legal and accounting firms. New York City is 60-90 minutes away accessible by car, bus, ferry or direct train service. Housing prices range from mid $300,000 and up.  House and apartment rentals are available. Local beaches, parks, and recreational opportunities are available to everyone.

Enjoy a Shabbos in Long Branch and you will want to live here!

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Synagogues

Mikvaot

Schools

Bet Yaakov of the Jersey Shore200 Wall Street
West Long Branch, NJ, 07764
Ma'or Yeshiva Highschool For Boys250 Park Avenue
Long Branch, NJ, 07740
Ilan High School Business Office82 Norwood Ave
Deal, NJ, 07723
SEAD Special Ed Academy of Deal1 Meridian Road
Eatontown, NJ, 07724
Yeshivat Keter Torah5 Meridian Road
Eatontown, NJ, 07724
Ilan High School1200 Roseld Ave.
Ocean, NJ, 07712
Yeshiva at the Jersey Shore1515 Logan Road
Asbury Park, NJ, 07712
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Hillel Yeshiva1025 Deal Road
Ocean, NJ, 07712
Hillel Yeshiva High School1027 Deal Road
Ocean, NJ, 07712
Mesivta Keser Torah of Central Jersey Inc.503 11th Ave.
Belmar, NJ, 07719
Sours: https://www.ou.org/communities/FHCBJVTomu/long-branch-nj-united-states/
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Almost 30 years ago, a group of forward thinking community members established a local minyan in the Syrian/Sephardic tradition in the quiet Jersey Shore neighborhood of Elberon; and with that, the Park Avenue Synagogue was born. Little did they realize at the time the impact this institution would have on the community at large.

In July 1989, with a dedication by Mal, Eddie, Jack and Mike Mamiye a”h for their mother, Simha Mamiye Dabbah a”h, that local minyan become Congregation Ohel Simha and moved into its own building on Park Avenue with the pledge to be a center of Jewish life for the surrounding area. As the congregation expanded over the years, the rabbis and leaders of Ohel Simha took special care to maintain the warm feeling of the early days as a small neighborhood minyan.

Under the guidance of Rabbi Shmuel Choueka, Ohel Simha has grown by leaps and bounds and now serves the men, women and children – not only in the immediate neighborhood, but throughout the entire Jersey Shore community – with stimulating programs year-round. Amazingly even seasonal members have come to think of Ohel Simha as “their k’nees.”

Several years ago, the synagogue leadership saw that in order to continue to remain at the forefront of service to the community, an extension to the building would be required. Plans were made for additional prayer rooms, additional meeting rooms and the facilities for a social hall where happy occasions could be celebrated. Community support for the project was overwhelming.

On Shabbat Parashat Korah, June 28, 2008, 19 years after Ohel Simha first opened its doors, “Park Avenue Shul” opened up 19,000 square feet of new building space to accommodate the growing needs of our community.

The next day, amid singing from Hazan David Shiro, distinguished rabbis and community leaders gathered in the shul’s new magnificent social hall to celebrate both the inauguration of the new building and the dedication of a new sefer Torah. It was a grand day of celebration for Ohel Simha and all those who love it.

Today, people come from all over to host their celebrations in the new gala social hall; classes are held for men, women and children in all of the classrooms and meeting rooms throughout the building and the sound of prayer can be heard from all corners of the sprawling building. Remarkably, the Ohel Simha pledge of being a center of Jewish life on the Jersey Shore while still maintaining the warm family feeling of a neighborhood minyan has been renewed and continues to glow with service to Hashem yitbarach.

Sours: https://www.ohelsimha.com/
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