Sholom, in partnership with our community, supports adults in need across the continuum of care, to live life fully in a Jewish environment where all are welcome. With more than 100 years of service, Sholom offers campus-based programs in Minneapolis/St. Louis Park and St. Paul as well as community-based services across the metro area.
3620 Phillips Parkway, St Louis Park, MN, United States
The Talmud Torah of Minneapolis is a supplementary Jewish school for grades 2-8 co-led by two Conservative synagogues, Adath Jeshurun Congregation and Beth El Synagogue. Located in the western suburbs of Minneapolis, and housed at the Sabes Jewish Community Center, Talmud Torah is a vibrant school with 125 years of history.
Founded in 1956, Talmud Torah of St. Paul has been the cornerstone for Jewish education in St. Paul for 61 years. We have three major divisions of study. This enables us to offer exceptional Jewish education to learners of all ages. The Newman School: Our Reggio-inspired Newman School program draws on the teachings of the […]
768 Hamline Avenue South, St Paul, MN 55116, United States
Temple Israel, the first Jewish congregation in Minneapolis, was organized in 1878 and was originally named Shaarai Tov, “The Gates of Goodness.” The 23 founding members rented a hall at Nicollet and Washington Avenues for Friday night worship services, and taught Sunday school classes in the president’s home.
2323 Fremont Avenue South, Minneapolis, MN 55405, USA
Torah Academy, Minnesota’s first Jewish day school, founded in 1945, provides Jewish boys and girls in nursery school through eighth grade with a complete education in Judaic and General Studies. Torah Academy was named “School of the Year” by Torah Umesorah. Prospective parents can call to arrange a personal tour.
We welcome you to the Twin Cities Jewish Renewal Community to experience the joy, beauty, aliveness, inspiration, creativity and deep spirituality of Jewish Renewal! We are a vibrant, egalitarian community embracing spiritual connection, heartfelt prayer, contemplative practices, lively study, musical and artistic expression, movement, Tikkun Olam, social justice, Eco-Kosher, Kabbalah, Mussar and other evolving and […]
“And when Rachel saw that she bore Jacob no children, Rachel envied her sister; and she said unto Jacob: ‘Give me children, or else I die’” (Genesis 30:1). The Hebrew Bible unflinchingly retells the emotional, spiritual and psychophysical pains experienced by our ancestors on their journeys to have children. Here and elsewhere–in prayer, ritual behaviors, […]