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Temples and Synagogues in the Pleasanton Area

If you’re Jewish, the Pleasanton community has no shortage of local temples and synagogues. Here are just a few you should check out while visiting the area. If you’re planning a special event or simply looking for a place of worship, check out the following institutions for your spiritual needs.

Local Jewish Temples, Synagogues, and Places of Worship in Pleasanton

Beth Chaim Congregation – 1800 Holbrook Drive, Danville

This is a synagogue, Jewish community, religious school, and place of worship. They emphasize experiencing God’s mystery through relationships and community efforts.

Chabad of the Tri Valley – 5541 Blackbird Drive, Pleasanton

Founded by a rabbi and his wife in 2005, this place of worship is dedicated to making Jewish heritage and traditions accessible, meaningful, and enjoyable for modern life.

Chabad of Fremont Jewish Center – 220 Yerba Buena Place, Fremont

The traditions of this center are based on those handed down from Lubavitch in Russia. The focus is on wisdom, comprehension, and knowledge of the Creator, all creation, and each creature’s individual purpose.

Congregation Beth Emek – 1886 College Avenue, Livermore

This congregation is a self-described “caring community” that welcomes anyone on the “Jewish journey.” They emphasize worship, lifelong learning, and community, with lots of interest and social groups to join within the congregation.
Consider these great Jewish temples for your religious needs while in Pleasanton. Plus, for your next bar or bat mitzvah, wedding, or baby naming, remember that Marriott Pleasanton can accommodate all of your religious celebrations.