Synagogues in Washington State

=Conservative Congregations=

* B'nai Torah (Olympia, WA)
* Congregation Beth Shalom (Seattle, WA)
* Congregation Beth Shalom (Tri-Cities, WA)
* Congregation Eytz Chaim (Bellingham, WA)
* Herzl-Ner Tamid (Mercer Island, WA)
** Originally the Herzl Congregation was an Orthodox congregation in Seattle; they became the city's first Conservative congregation 1929; moved to Mercer Island 1971 and took the name Herzl-Ner. [ [http://web1.seattle.gov/DPD/historicalsite/QueryResult.aspx?ID=-956560809 Summary for 172 20th AVE / Parcel ID 9826701245] , Seattle Department of Neighborhoods. Accessed online 4 December 2007.]
* Kehilat Shalom (Seattle, WA)
* Temple Beth Shalom (Spokane, WA)

Meditational Synagogue

* Bet Alef (Seattle, WA)


=Reform temples=

* Bet Chaverim (Federal Way, WA)
* Congregation Beth Hatikvah (Bremerton, WA)
* Congregation Beth Haverim (Spokane, WA)
* Congregation Beth Israel (Bellingham, Washington)
* Congregation Beth Israel (Walla Walla, WA)
* Congregation Kol Ami (Vancouver, WA)
* Congregation Kol Ami (Woodinville, WA)
* Congregation Kol HaNeshamah (Seattle, WA)
* Congregation Kol Shalom (Bainbridge Island, WA)
* Congregation Ner Tamid (Spokane, WA)
* Temple B'nai Torah (Bellevue, WA)
* Temple Beth Am (Seattle, WA)
* Temple Beth El (Tacoma, WA)
* Temple Beth Israel (Aberdeen, WA)
* Temple Beth Or (Everett, WA)
* Temple De Hirsch Sinai (Seattle, WA)
* Temple Shalom (Yakima, WA)
* Olympic B'nai Shalom Havurah (Port Angeles, WA)


=Orthodox Synagogues=

* Bikur Cholim Machzikay Hadath Congregation (Seattle, WA)
* Chabad of Whatcom County (Bellingham, WA)
* Chabad of Snohomish County (Everett, WA)
* Chabad of Central Cascades (Issaquah, WA)
* Chabad of the Pacific Northwest (Seattle, WA)
* Chabad at the UW (Seattle, WA)
* Chabad of North Seattle (Seattle, WA)
* [http://www.jewisholympia.com Chabad of Evergreen State College and Olympia] (Olympia, WA)
* Chabad of Spokane County (Spokane, WA)
* Chabad of Pierce County (Tacoma, WA)
* Chabad of Clark County (Vancouver, WA)
* Chai Center of Greater Seattle (Seattle, WA)
* Congregation Ezra Bessaroth (Seattle, WA)
* Congregation Shaarei Tefilah (Seattle, WA)
* Eastside Torah Center (Bellevue, WA)
* Emanuel Congregation (Seattle, WA)
* Sephardic Bikur Holim Congregation (Seattle, WA)
* Shevet Achim Shul (Mercer Island, WA)
* West Seattle Torah Learning Center (Seattle, WA)


=Renewal Congregations=

* Bet B'rachot (Bellingham, WA)
* Congregation Eitz Or (Seattle, WA)
* Chavurat Shir Hayam [http://www.shirhayam.org] (Also Reconstructionist) (Bainbridge Island, WA)


=Reconstructionist Congregations=

* Kadima (Seattle, WA)
* Temple Beth Hatfiloh (Olympia, WA)
* Chavurat Shir Hayam (Also Renewal) (Bainbridge Island, WA)

Unaffiliated Synagogues & Groups

* Bet Shira (Port Townsend, WA)
* Fort Lewis Jewish Chapel (Fort Lewis, WA)
* Hillel: Jewish Student Organization of WSU & UI (Pullman, WA & Moscow, ID)
* Jewish Community of the Palouse (Pullman, WA & Moscow, ID)
* Havurat Ee Shalom (Vashon Island, WA)
* Greater Wenatchee Jewish Community (Wenatchee, WA)

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