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Synagogues and alternative communities in and around Albuquerque. Click here if you are praying in Santa Fe or elsewhere in New Mexico.
Chabad of New Mexico / Albuquerque
4000 San Pedro NE Albuquerque, NM 87110 (505) 880-1181 www.chabadnm.org
Chabad of New Mexico is the New Mexico state center of the worldwide Chabad movement. Whether you are affiliated or not, have an extensive Jewish background or none at all, Chabad has an open heart and open door to every Jew. They are here to serve you and will do their best to help you and your family. Branches in Rio Rancho, Santa Fe, Taos, and Las Cruces.
(505) 345-0296 www.chavurahabq.org
Chavurat Hamidbar is an eclectic-traditional community without a building or paid professional functionary. Prayer leaders and Torah readers are both men and women. Prayer books and Bibles (Sim Shalom, Revised Plaut, New Machzor) are issued by various movements, with mixed, family-style seating. All are welcome.
3800 Louisiana Blvd NE Albuquerque, NM 87110 (505) 883-1818 www.congregationalbert.org
Congregation Albert, founded in 1897, is the oldest continuing Jewish organization in New Mexico. A Reform congregation, Congregation Albert is committed to the ongoing work of building a congregation shaped by the Jewish values of Kedusha (spirituality), Kehillah (community), Torah Lishmah (lifelong learning) and Tikkun Olam (repairing the world).
Congregation B'nai Israel
4401 Indian School Road Albuquerque, NM 87110 (505) 266-0155 www.bnaiisrael-nm.org
For more than 90 years, the mission of Congregation B'nai Israel has been "to create an environment in which all who enter our doors can be enriched and inspired by Conservative Jewish life, values, and spirituality."
Congregation B'nai Israel is the second-oldest synagogue in Albuquerque, and the only Conservative synagogue in the State of New Mexico. They are a welcoming, multi-generational community, conveniently located in Albuquerque's Northeast Heights, at the intersection of Indian School Road and Washington Street, just minutes away from I-25 and I-40.
Whether you are observing a yahrzeit, celebrating a Bar / Bat Mitzvah or other life cycle event, or just looking for a comfortable place to pray, learn, or socialize, Congregation B'nai Israel is the place to be.
If you are not already a member of Congregation B'nai Israel, they encourage you to visit us and to consider joining our family. Regardless of your current Jewish affiliation or background, B'nai welcomes you with open arms.
Congregation Nahalat Shalom
3606 Rio Grande Blvd NW Albuquerque, NM 87107 (505) 343-8227 www.nahalatshalom.org
Congregation Nahalat Shalom is a spiritual and cultural center for Jewish Renewal in the Southwest. Nahalat Shalom affirms and supports the discovery and exploration of our diverse identities and heritages.
Nahalat Shalom is a vibrant community, open and welcoming to individuals, couples, and families of all sizes, shapes, and colors. The congregation values, nurtures, and needs the creative, spiritual, and intellectual contributions of each member. Nahalat cultivates and lives Judaism through worship, learning, dialogue, joyful celebrations, community involvement, arts, music, and dance.
Nahalat Shalom is committed to living, sharing and passing on a vital and heartfelt Judaism to those who come after us. Children are always welcome in Nahalat's sanctuary and at Nahalat's celebrations and events, and they actually enjoy themselves in the once a week Cheder (Hebrew school).
Rio Rancho Jewish Center
2009 Grande Blvd SE Rio Rancho, NM 87124 (505) 892-8511
Rio Rancho Jewish Center is directly across from Intel on NM 528, behind Hanes Park and within walking distance of the Hilton Garden Inn. RRJC holds services every Friday evening @ 7:30, with services on Saturday mornings when there's a simcha.