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As the center of Jewish life for Middlesex County,  East Brunswick offers several  Synagogues and Temples, two  independent outreach programs and a Chavurat. And if that is not enough, there are numerous others within just a few minutes drive.

Regardless of your  religious orientation, you will always find an open door at all of the many wonderful religious institutions that call East Brunswick home.


A community with strong Jewish Sprit




511 Ryders Lane
East Brunswick, NJ 08816
Rabbi: Aaron Benson

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Celebrating it's 50th Anniversary, East Brunswick Jewish Center is a vibrant, conservative congregation building for the future on the foundations of our past.  With over 700 families, EBJC is one of the largest Conservative congregations in the North East and welcomes both observant and non-observant Conservative Jews.

They offer  daily Minyans each morning and evening and an ever-growing array of educational programming and social and religious  activities. More than just a Synagogue, EBJC is the home of the local Tri-synagogue basketball program and the local home for the 92nd St Y telecasts. 

From its well attended Tot-Shabbat Services  to its exciting Purim events EBJC  offers  a place where Conservative  Jews can feel like they belong.

Please visit our website for more information on all the ongoing programs and activities.



Young Israel of East Brunswick

193 Dunhams Corner Rd
East Brunswick, NJ 08816
(732) 254-1860

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The Young Israel of East Brunswick is an orthodox synagogue, whose primary goal is to create a communal atmosphere of Limudei Kodesh, Tzedakah and Gemilat Chesed. Our facility at the Young Israel of East Brunswick features sanctuary seating for 400, a Beit Medrash, a beautiful social hall, various classrooms, and community Mikvah. The appeal of the YIEB, however, extends far beyond our new walls.

From a modest beginning in 1975 to its substantial community presence, with 200 family's  today, the Young Israel of East Brunswick's history is one of dedication and determination to fulfill the ever-growing needs of its growing membersh


Valley Forge Minyan

18 Valley Forge Dr.
East Brunswick, NJ 08816

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yaakovweinstein "at" juno.com



Warm, friendly minyan every Saturday afternoon for Shabbat Mincha. Open to everyone.

(30 minutes before sunset) followed by seuda sh’lishit with lively d'var Torah and arvit.






Temple B'nai Shalom

Fern and Old Stage Roads
P.O. Box 957
East Brunswick, New Jersey 08816
Phone: (732)251-4300

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Temple B'nai Shalom (Children of Peace) founded in 1973, is a Reform congregation dedicated to enriching the lives of our congregants through worship, education, community, social action and support of the Jewish people and Israel. In these ways, we hope to make our love and study of Judaism our guide through the challenges of modern life.

Our temple is egalitarian in nature and encourages the active participation of our congregational community. We offer a wide variety of religious, spiritual, educational and social programs to our congregation and the community at large.

We welcome you to our website and encourage you to learn more about us.


East Brunswick Elks Lodge
21 Oakmont Avenue
East Brunswick, NJ
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Chavurat Kol Haneshama is a group of individuals that come together to celebrate the Shabbat in a spiritual manner. The group meets once monthly on Friday evenings at 7:45 p.m. for Kabbalat Shabbat services and once monthly on Saturday mornings at 9:45 a.m. for Shabbat morning services. 

Services, normally led by Jules Frankel, are egalitarian and Conservative in nature and focus on and celebrate the musical and spiritual beauty of our liturgy.







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