List of synagogues and Jewish congregations in Washington

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Humanist Judaism Groups[edit source | edit]

Conservative Congregations[edit source | edit]

A former synagogue of the Herzl Congregation is now the Odessa Brown Neighborhood Health Clinic

Reform Temples[edit source | edit]

The Alhadeff Sanctuary of Temple De Hirsch Sinai.

Orthodox Synagogues[edit source | edit]

A former synagogue of the Bikur Cholim Congregation is now the Langston Hughes Performing Arts Center
A former synagogue of the Sephardic Bikur Holim Congregation is now the Tolliver Temple (Church of Christ)

Renewal Congregations[edit source | edit]

Reconstructionist Congregations[edit source | edit]

Meditational Synagogue[edit source | edit]

Unaffiliated Synagogues & Groups[edit source | edit]

Notes[edit source | edit]

  1. ^ http://secularjewishcircle.org
  2. ^ WSJHS 2006, p. 76–77.
  3. ^ WSJHS 2006, p. 14–15.
  4. ^ WSJHS 2006, p. 71.
  5. ^ a b c WSJHS 2006, p. 91.
  6. ^ WSJHS 2006, p. 29–32, 75.
  7. ^ Writing on the synagogue building in Seattles' Central District that later became the Odessa Brown clinic, Summary for 172 20th AVE / Parcel ID 9826701245, Seattle Department of Neighborhoods (accessed online 4 December 2007) says "In 1929, the Herzl Congregation voted to modernize and became Seattle’s first Conservative congregation. The congregation remained in this location until 1971 when it moved to its present location on Mercer Island, where it is now called Herzl-Ner Conservative Congregation.".
  8. ^ WSJHS 2006, p. 57–58.
  9. ^ a b WSJHS 2006, p. 89.
  10. ^ WSJHS 2006, p. 72–73.
  11. ^ WSJHS 2006, p. 16–17, 36–37.
  12. ^ WSJHS 2006, p. 68.
  13. ^ a b WSJHS 2006, p. 43.
  14. ^ WSJHS 2006, p. 28.
  15. ^ WSJHS 2006, p. 46, 87.
  16. ^ WSJHS 2006, p. 78.
  17. ^ Home page, Congregation Kol Ami. Accessed online 23 November 2008.
  18. ^ WSJHS 2006, p. 21–23.
  19. ^ WSJHS 2006, p. 46.
  20. ^ WSJHS 2006, p. 94.
  21. ^ WSJHS 2006, p. 84 refers to it as "Chavarat Kol Shalom", but About us at kolshalom.net says they have been affiliated as a Reform Congregation since 1998.
  22. ^ WSJHS 2006, p. 86.
  23. ^ Lee Micklin, Ahavath Ahim Congregation (Jewish), is founded in 1914, HistoryLink, January 0, 1999. Accessed online 19 November 2008.
  24. ^ WSJHS 2006, p. 36.
  25. ^ WSJHS 2006, p. 11–14.
  26. ^ WSJHS 2006, p. 77.
  27. ^ WSJHS 2006, p. 43–44.
  28. ^ WSJHS 2006, p. 40–41.
  29. ^ WSJHS 2006, p. 79.
  30. ^ WSJHS 2006, p. 90.
  31. ^ WSJHS 2006, p. 62–63.
  32. ^ WSJHS 2006, p. 82–83.
  33. ^ WSJHS 2006, p. 63.
  34. ^ WSJHS 2006, p. 83.
  35. ^ WSJHS 2006, p. 10–11.

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