Jewish Organizations in Vermont

JCVT is building a directory of Jewish Organizations and resources in Vermont. Please submit information about your organization to Susan Leff, [email protected].


Congregation Beth El, 107 Adams Street, Bennington, VT,


Brattleboro Area Jewish Community, 151 Greenleaf Street, Brattleboro, VT,

Chabad of Southern Vermont, 59 Country Hill, Brattleboro, VT,

Burlington Area

Ahavath Gerim Synagogue, Burlington, VT

Ohavi Zedek Chavurah, 188 North Prospect Street, Burlington, VT,

Ohavi Zedek Synagogue, 188 North Prospect Street, Burlington, VT,

Temple Sinai, 500 Swift Street, South Burlington, VT,

University of Vermont

Hannover, NH

Upper Valley Jewish Community, 5 Occom Pond, Hanover, NH,

Manchester Area

Havurah Keruv of Manchester, 322 Maple Street, Manchester Center, VT,

Israel Congregation of Manchester, 6025 Main Street, Manchester Center, VT,


Havurah- The Addison County Jewish Congregation, 56 North Pleasant St., P.O. Box 823, Middlebury, VT,

Middlebury College


Beth Jacob Synagogue, 10 Harrison Ave., Montpelier VT,


Rutland Jewish Center, 96 Grove Street, Rutland, VT,

St. Johnsbury

Congregation Beth El St. Johnsbury, 1097 Hospital Drive, St. Johnsbury, VT,


Jewish Community of Greater Stowe, 1189 Cape Cod Road, Stowe, VT,


Woodstock Area Jewish Community- Congregation Shir Shalom, 1680 West Woodstock Road, Woodstock, VT,

Vermont Wide Organizations

Burning Bush Adventures, Judaism Outdoors,

Hadassah, Burlington, VT,


Roots and Trails, Eco-Jewish Education and Mentoring,

Yearning For

Young Judea


Rabbi Michael, Arava Institute


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Israeli Folk Dancing in Vermont

Israeli Folk Dancing at Ohavi Zedek!
All of our dances are on Sunday evenings, 7:30-9:30 
We ask for a $2 donation, after the first visit which is free. We ask that participants bring clean shoes.
Beginners are asked to arrive at 7:30.  Dances become more advanced in the second hour.
No partner necessary!
The next dance will be held on May 28
Israeli Folk Dancing at Rutland Jewish Center
Thurs., June 1st at 7 p.m.:
 Free. Fun. Great Exercise. Instruction. Everyone is welcome, Jewish or not. Partners and experience not necessary. Dress comfortably

Literature in Vermont

Literature Lovers at Upper Valley Jewish Community

Sunday, May 21, 2017

The Marriage of Opposites by Alice Hoffman is based on the story of Rachel Pizzaro and her son Camille Pizzaro, the father of impressionism.
The Jewish Book Council describes:  Set in the beautiful and vividly drawn island of St. Thomas, The Marriage of Opposites creates an intense world of political strife, familial anguish, and, of course, heartbreaking love that makes this clear: the world that one is presented with is never a clear reflection of reality. Everyone has secrets.

Sunday, June 25, 2017
Little Failure by Gary Shteyngart
The book is a humorous memoir of what it was like to be uprooted as a child from the monochromatic world of USSR and plunked down in 1979 in the perplexing and gloriously Technicolor world of the U. S. of A. (NY Times).
Hadassah Book Group 
The Sara Frank Chapter of Hadassah book group in Burlington, VT and environs,  meets monthly to discuss books with Jewish content.   Meetings are informal and held at each others' homes weekday evenings.  All are welcome to join for interesting discussions, tasty snacks, and socializing.    Please contact the host to let her know you plan to attend.   For more information contact either Rebecca Sherlock ([email protected]) or the specified host below.  Looking forward to seeing you soon. 
June 12th [second Mondays] 7:30 PM
Author Reading | May 22 @ 7pm
Kellogg-Hubbard Library in Montpelier will be hosting an Author Reading of 13 Stradomska Street: A Memoir of Exile and Return by Andy Potok on Monday, May 22 at 7:00pm.
This book is the result of a trip back to Poland which Andy and his wife made four years ago when a Polish lawyer called out of the blue to tell him about a small apartment house that belonged to his grandmother and was wrongly inherited after the war. He was asked to fly to Krakow, all expenses paid, to claim the property before a Polish court. This experience, his third trip to Poland since his escape in 1939, brought childhood traumas back with a vengeance, leading to a painful re-examination of Potok's life. Join Andy as he talks about his personal experience with the horrors of war, displacement, and of being a refugee.  This program is at the Kellogg-Hubbard Library, 135 Main Street, Montpelier, VT. Please call 802-223-3338 for more information.