Synagogues and Community Resources in the Albuquerque Area

Whether you are looking for a congregation to serve prayer services with or simply for a congregation to call your spiritual home, there are several Jewish places of worship in the area. Here's where you can find an Albuquerque synagogue and community of friends in the vicinity.

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    Congregation Albert, Albuquerque New Mexico
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    Congregation Albert is a Reform congregation with educational and social programs for children through adults. Visitors welcome. The large complex is in the heart of the Albuquerque Northeast Heights.

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    Adat Yeshua is a Messianic synagogue, with Jewish and Gentile followers. Worship combines traditional Hebrew liturgy with the teachings of the Scriptures.

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    Chabad of New Mexico offers outreach services, educational programs, social services, and a Synagogue. Chabad is open to everyone, regardless of their affiliation or level of Jewish observance. Chabad offers its resources throughout the state and is headquartered in Albuquerque.

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    B'Nai is a conservative congregation with a religious school, library, youth camps, summer youth programs, and adult and youth choirs.

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    Nahalat Shalom lies in the Albuquerque North Valley between Candelaria and Griegos. It is a cultural center for Jewish Renewal and supports exploration of the Jewish identity and heritage, and emphasizes the natural elements found in the Jewish holidays.

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    The Jewish Community Center provides a place to participate in a variety of social and cultural experiences. There are recreational and educational programs, from summer aquatics to daily child care. From infants to seniors, there is always a program to participate in, and plenty of things to do.

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    The Jewish Federation of New Mexico strives to meet the needs of Jews in New Mexico through philanthropy, leadership, education and social action. They publish the New Mexico Jewish Link, an informational newspaper.

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    Temple Beth Shalom in Santa Fe is self-described as dynamic, diverse, welcoming and inclusive. Proudly affiliated with the Union for Reform Judaism, it is the oldest and largest Jewish congregation in Albuquerque.

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