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Synagogues
A synagogue is a temple or large building where a Jewish congregation or assembly meets for worship, as well as religious instruction. When people meet here, they commonly greet each other with a shalom gesture, which means peace. Also known as Shuls, synagogues date back many centuries. Chabad is a Hasidic movement that applies to Orthodox Judaism. It first came about in the late 18th century, and was founded by Shneur Zalman of Liadi. There are countless Jews in American society. This is why you can see a number of synagogues or Shuls located across the United States. While these temples and buildings do provide religion, some additionally offer schooling and the study of Judaism. A community of Jewish individuals and families meet to pray in these large halls each week. In this religious house or temple, members study Judaica, which is historical and literary materials that apply to Judaism. They additionally learn about the Torah, which is the law of God as revealed to Moses, kosher foods, and liturgy, which involves how they worship. Many Jewish people are conservative in some ways, and reform to meet certain religious standards. However, there are more liberal Jews as well in America. You may want to turn your focus to the Internet in order to gather more facts and details pertaining to the Jewish religion, synagogues, shalom gestures, Chabad history, and Hebrews in general. One thing you should know is that a Rabbi is a type of religious official or priest that works in a synagogue.
 
 
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Tikvah l'Chaim
4206 N Arnold Mill Rd, Woodstock, GA 30188
(678) 936-4125
Temple Beth Tikvah
9955 Coleman Rd, Roswell, GA 30075
(770) 642-0434
Temple Kol Emeth-Reform
1415 Old Canton Rd, Marietta, GA 30062
(770) 973-3533
Etz Chaim
1190 Indian Hills Pkwy, Marietta, GA 30068
(770) 973-0137
Chabad Jewish Center
4255 Wade Green Rd Nw Ste 120, Kennesaw, GA 30144
(770) 485-0130
Chabad of Cobb
4450 Lower Roswell Rd, Marietta, GA 30068
(770) 565-4412
Congregation B'nai Torah
700 Mount Vernon Hwy Ne, Atlanta, GA 30328
(404) 257-0537
Congregation Gesher L'torah
4320 Kimball Bridge Rd, Alpharetta, GA 30022
(770) 777-4009
Mikvah of Alpharetta
10180 Jones Bridge Rd, Alpharetta, GA 30022
(770) 664-7721
Ahavath Achim Synagogue
600 Peachtree Battle Ave Nw, Atlanta, GA 30327
(404) 355-5222
Kol Echad Making Judaism Matter
4381 Beech Haven Trl Se, Smyrna, GA 30080
(770) 438-2926
Temple Sinai
5645 Dupree Dr Nw, Atlanta, GA 30327
(404) 252-3073
Congregation or Veshalom
1681 N Druid Hills Rd Ne, Atlanta, GA 30319
(404) 633-1737
Taylor Wolfe Sales
2499 Parcview Run Cv, Duluth, GA 30096
(770) 497-8286
Young Israel
2910 N Druid Hills Rd Ne Ste E1, Atlanta, GA 30329
(404) 315-1417


Synagogues are Jewish temples where people worship and sometimes attend schools. Before choosing a Judaica synagogue, however, you might want to learn a bit about those in your community to help you decide which ones match your beliefs. Some temples focus on conservative orthodox traditions, but others are more liberal, so you want to be sure you pick one that fits your personal perspective. You can find many synagogues listed in your online directory. Some areas have more than others, your city might have more to choose from than others. Pick a few numbers from the directory so you can start gathering the information you need to make the right decision. When you first contact the Jewish temples, you should ask them what types of Judaism they support. If you are looking for a Conservative Orthodox temple, then you might want to talk to the rabbi about the different traditions that they follow. Chabad is a popular form amongst Sephardic Jews, but there are others that you can choose from as well. Ask the Chabad shul if they follow strict kosher meals at all times of the year or just during Passover. If you are looking for a more liberal Sephardic tradition, then you should contact the shuls and ask them if they are associated with any hillel that you are familiar with. When you find a temple that follows the form of Judaism that appeals to you, ask them where they are located and what time they have Hebrew prayer services.
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