Jewish Federation of Northeastern Pennsylvania

Agencies/Religious Schools

The Jewish Federation is the central fund raising body for the Jewish communities of Northeastern Pennsylvania and meets many of the budgetary needs of the agencies and Hebrew/Religious schools that provide direct social, educational, cultural, recreational and religious services to the entire Jewish community.

In addition, the Federation makes available special grants for programming and building requirements that cannot be met through the allocations available from the UJA Campaign.

Bais Yaakov of Scranton (570) 347-5003 / 343-1686

Board of Jewish Education – (570) 495-2816

Congregation Beth Israel Hebrew School (Honesdale, Wayne County) (570) 253-2222

Congregation B’nai Harim Hebrew School (Pocono Pines, Monroe County) (570) 646-0100

Jewish Community Center(570) 346-6595

Jewish Discovery Center – Chabad (570) 587-3300

Jewish Family Service(570) 344-1186

Jewish Fellowship at Hemlock Farms Hebrew School (Pike County) (570) 775-7497

Scranton Hebrew Day School (570) 346-1576

Scranton Ritualarium (570) 344-5138

Temple Hesed Religious School(570) 344-7201

Temple Israel of the Poconos (Stroudsburg, Monroe County) (570) 421-8781

Temple Israel Scranton Religious School(570) 342-0350

Yeshiva Beth Moshe (570) 346-1747


Communal Organizations

The Jewish Federation of Northeastern Pennsylvania is the parliament of the Jewish communities of Northeastern Pennsylvania, and is comprised of many constituent agencies representing local institutions, as well as national organizations. Collectively, they contribute to the totality of Jewish life, experience and commitment.

AMIT Women – (570) 344-7707

Amos Lodge of B’nai B’rith(570) 585-1027

Amos Towers (570) 347-6551

Chevra Kadisha Burial Society (570) 430-5266

Elan Gardens (Assisted Living) (570) 585-4400

Hadassah (570) 586-2671

Jewish Heritage Connection (570) 346-1321

Jewish Home of Eastern PA (570) 344-6177

Jewish Resource Center of the Poconos (570) 357-8401; (570) 517-0815

Jewish War Veterans (570) 335-1117

Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary (570) 347-2613

Webster Towers (570) 342-7086

Workmen’s Circle Branch 112 (570) 344-5343

 

Congregations

Religious life is at the heart of our Jewish people. It has marked our history from the time of Abraham and has sustained us throughout the millennia. The Jewish Federation of Northeastern Pennsylvania is proud to include amongst its constituent agencies all of our congregations serving the spectrum of religious identification within the Jewish communities of the region.

 

Beth Shalom – Scranton (O) (570) 346-0502

Bichor Cholem – Old Forge (O) (570) 347-1093

Congregation B’nai Harim – Pocono Pines (R) (570) 646-0100

Congregation Beth Israel – Honesdale (R) (570) 253-2222

Jewish Fellowship of Hemlock Farms (Unaffiliated) – Pike County (570) 775-7497

Machzikeh Hadas- Scranton (O) (570) 342-6271

Ohev Zedek- Scranton (O) (570) 343-2717

Temple Hesed (R) (570) 344-7201

Temple Israel – Scranton (C) (570) 342-0350

Temple Israel of the Poconos – Stroudsburg (C) (570) 421-8781

Temple Israel – Dunmore (O) (570) 344-3011

Cemeteries

Dalton Cemetery (Dalton, PA)

Moshe Fink – (570) 344-6348

Dunmore Cemetery (Dunmore. PA)

Rabbi Moshe Saks, Temple Israel (Scranton) © – (570) 342-0350

Rabbi Daniel Swartz, Temple Hesed ® – (570) 344-7201; (570) 877-3454

Laurelwood Cemetery (Stroudsburg, PA)

Rabbi Baruch Melman (570) 421-8781; (570) 730-4799; (914) 805-3159

Providence Cemetery (Scranton, PA) (570) 961-2300 (ext. 1) For a grave listings, please click here.

Glen Dyberry Cemetery, (Honesdale, PA)

Rabbi Alan Smith, Congregation Beth Israel ® – (570) 253-2222; (732) 580-1781

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