Bucks County is home to the third-largest Jewish community in the state of Pennsylvania. This area is experiencing constant growth as neighborhoods become small towns and small towns become cities. Spanning from Yardley in the east to Doylestown in the west, New Hope in the north and Levittown in the south, over 46,000 Jews call Bucks County home. There are 16 synagogues and organizations throughout Bucks County serving conservative, orthodox, reconstructionist, and reform denominations.
Unique to this area is the Bucks County Senior Council, providing communal programming throughout the year for seniors, and the Bucks County Network, providing workshops and support for those looking to build their career.
For more information about Bucks County neighborhood programs, contact Rabbi Leah Richman at (215) 832-0558 or [email protected].