Congregation Shaarei Teffilah

Rabbi Dovid Schwartz, Rav • Mr. Nadav Minkin, President
The shul is located in the Providence Hebrew Day School
Since Shaarei Tefilla’s inception, the community has benefited tremendously from its warm and enthusiastic environment. Our rabbi, Rabbi Dovid Schwartz, has proven himself as a caring leader and inspirational speaker.

Some of the activities we offer are:

  • A weekly Kiddush that has become a time for many to get together on Shabbos mornings
  • Weekly classes for men and women, guidance in marital harmony and parenting issues
  • Father-son learning
  • Women's monthly program on Shabbos afternoon
  • Halacha Shiurim on Shabbos
  • A Lag Ba'Omer BBQ and various other programs and activities

Providence Hebrew Day School Student Minyan

450 Elmgrove Avenue
Providence, RI 02906 USA

Minyan: 8:00am
Mincha: 2:10pm (No Friday Mincha)

Congregation Beth Sholom

Rabbi Barry Dolinger, Rabbi • Mr. Alan Krinsky, President

Beth Sholom
275 Camp Street
Providence, RI 02906 USA

Phone: (401) 621-9393
Fax: (401) 331-9393

Minyan Times:

Shacharis Sun: 8:00 AM
Shacharis Mon/Thu: 6:35 AM
Shacharis T/W/F: 6:45 AM
Shacharis Rosh Chodesh: 6:30 AM weekdays
Shabbos Shacharis: 9:00 AM
Special Note:A Modern Orthodox Shul

Congregation Ohawe Sholam

Rabbi Avi Hack, Rav

Welcome to Ohawe Sholam - an orthodox shul of Pawtucket, Rhode Island! We are a warm, close-knit shul of some 40-50 families, located minutes from I-95, and a thirty-minute train ride (why drive?!) from Boston. Pawtucket and its sister community, Providence, are right in the middle of beautiful Southern New England. Our mailing address is:

Ohawe Sholam
671 East Avenue
Pawtucket, RI 02860 USA

Daily Shacharis: 6:45am

Congregation Mishkan Tfiloh

Rabbi Yechezkel Yudkowsky, Rav

Mishkan Tfiloh
203 Summit Avenue
Providence, RI 02906 USA

Minyan Times:

Mincha: 15 minutes before shkia
Maariv: A few minutes after shkia
Friday Mincha: Candle lighting time
Shabbos Shacharis: 9:00 AM
Shabbos Mincha: 40 minutes before shkia
Motsei Shabbos Maariv: 45 minutes after shkia

You can reach Rabbi Yechezkel Yudkowsky at (401) 421-5074

New England Rabbinical College

Rabbi Eliezer Gibber, Rosh Yeshiva • Rabbi Yosef Lipson, Mashgiach

New England Rabbinical College
262 Blackstone Blvd. (New England Rabbinical College)
Providence, RI 02906 USA

Phone: (401) 274-3298
Fax: (401)751-8576

Minyan Times:

Shacharis Sun: 7:30 AM
Shacharis Mon/Thu: 7:30 AM
Shacharis T/W/F: 7:30 AM
Shacharis Rosh Chodesh: 7:30 AM
Mincha: 1:15 PM (6:15 PM in the Summer)
Maariv: 10:00 PM

Providence Community Kollel

Rabbi Raphael Schochet – Rosh Kollel

450 Elmgrove Avenue
Providence, RI 02906
Located on the grounds of the Providence Hebrew Day School

The key to success in any endeavor is knowledge. Judaism is no different. The pathway to a Jewish life that is stimulating, relevant, enjoyable and, most importantly, transferable to the next generation, is the acquisition of Jewish wisdom.
The Kollel is committed to making this knowledge available to all Jews regardless of age, background, affiliation or level of observance. We strive to provide sincere and open forums for the dissemination of genuine Torah wisdom in a warm, friendly and non-judgmental atmosphere.
Find out more about our classes and activities, to help you attain that wisdom on our website. Please do not hesitate to contact the office to arrange a discussion group, breakfast seminar or lunch and learn in your home, office or synagogue.  
All classes, unless otherwise specified, are given in our spacious and welcoming center at Providence Hebrew Day School 450 Elmgrove Avenue Providence, RI 02906.

Check out their schedule at

Project Shoresh

Rabbi Naftali Karp – Director
450 Elmgrove Avenue
Providence, RI 02906
Located on the grounds of the Providence Hebrew Day School
A full service Jewish outreach agency for young and old.
Check out their schedule at

Jewish Alliance of RI

401 Elmgrove Avenue
Providence, RI 02906
(401) 421-4111
Mr. Adam Greenman, President & CEO

Part grantmaker, part fundraiser, part think tank, part gathering place, part provider of essential services, the Jewish Alliance of Greater Rhode Island funds more than 300 programs to build a strong, vibrant Jewish community that’s committed to social justice and to experiencing Jewish life together in a spirit of joy and generosity. Our partners – here and around the world – are making a transformative impact in individual lives and in the local and global Jewish community.
The Jewish Alliance of Greater Rhode Island offers social, cultural, educational, recreational, and wellness benefits that strengthen Jewish identity, family life, community, and the connection between the local Jewish community and Israel. 
The Alliance also builds and sustains Jewish community by maximizing philanthropic resources and volunteer efforts. Some 2,000 donors raised nearly $3.2 million in the 2013 Annual Campaign, supporting a quality Jewish life for Jews everywhere, every day. 
With its strong cadre of caring lay and professional leaders, the Alliance continues to be a flourishing Jewish community that engages and inspires through inclusion, participation, and respect. 
For nearly 70 years, we have made an extraordinary difference together – down the street and around the world. Together, we make a difference: The Jewish Alliance of Greater Rhode Island is built upon a rich history: In 1658 the country’s second Jewish community was established in Newport, where Touro Synagogue is the oldest Jewish house of worship in the United States.
Providence Hebrew Day School is an affiliate of the Jewish Alliance of RI