Adath Jeshurun Congregation

Adath Jeshurun Congregation (also Adath Jeshurun Synagogue) is a Conservative Jewish synagogue located in Minnetonka, Minnesota with about 1,200 members. Founded in 1884, it is a founding member of the United Synagogue of America, a founding member of the Women's League for Conservative Judaism, and "the oldest affiliate of the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism west of Chicago.

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Adath Jeshurun Congregation - Cultural Center
... The synagogue has hosted lectures in conjunction with the University of Minnesota, such as by Avivah Zornbert of the London School of Jewish Studies (formerly known as "Jews' College") during 2006. ...
Adath Jeshurun Congregation - Early History
... Adath Jeshurun was founded in 1884 by two small groups of Romanian and Russian Jews ... and in 1902 a windstorm completely destroyed the congregation's synagogue on Second Street South ... The congregation subsequently purchased a church on Seventh Street South in 1903, but it too was destroyed in a windstorm in 1904 ...

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