Connect with Bucks County’s 65,000 Jewish residents through a variety of cultural, educational and social activities.
Reaching from the river town of Yardley in the east to Doylestown in the west, picturesque New Hope to the north and Bensalem to the south, Bucks County is home to a vibrant and diverse Jewish community with 16 synagogues serving Conservative, Orthodox, Reconstructionist, and Reform denominations as well as learning centers and other Jewish organizations.
About Bucks County Kehillah
The Bucks County Kehillah works with all these groups planning programs that have included Jewish and Israel festivals, live music concerts, thought-provoking speakers, collaborative holiday celebrations like its annual, public Hanukkah candle lighting, a Kehillah youth basketball league and much more.
The Kehillah holds monthly meetings—to which all are welcome—made up of interested Jewish community members, vibrant volunteers, synagogue representatives, rabbis, and educators. It is a great opportunity to share ideas and hear what is going on in Jewish Bucks County.
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Bucks County Synagogues and Organizations
- Abrams Hebrew Academy
- Bensalem Jewish Outreach Center – Kehillas B’nai Shalom
- Camp Galil
- Community Torah Center of Bucks County
- Chabad of Yardley
- Chabad Lubavitch of Doylestown
- Congregation Beth El
- Congregation Brothers of Israel
- Congregation Kol Emet
- Congregation Tifereth Israel of Lower Bucks County
- Congregation Tiferes B’nai Israel
- Golden Slipper Gems
- Kaplan Medical Center (American Friends Of)
- Kehilat HaNahar, The Little Shul by the River
- Knesset Hasefer
- Lubavitch of Bucks County
- Ohev Shalom of Bucks County
- Shir Ami
- Temple Judea of Bucks County
- Tzedek v’Shalom
- Young Jewish Leadership Concepts (YJLC)
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