NFTY-CWR TYGs

NFTY’s heart and soul is the local Union for Reform Judaism affiliated synagogue Temple Youth Group (TYG). While each local TYG differs in organization, focus, size, and character, the Temple Youth Group is one outlet for the highly engaged Reform Jewish teenager in a Union Synagogue. While some TYGs only meet 5 times a year for social programs, other TYG’s meet over 20 times each school year and offer a full variety of social, leadership, educational, and social action programs.

If you would like additional information about CWR congregations and TYG's, please ask your youth advisor or contact the regional advisor, Samara Leader, sleader@urj.org.

ARTSY
Temple Israel
Alameda, CA

BATY
Congregation Beth Am
Los Altos Hills, CA

BEY
Congregation Beth El
Berkeley, CA

BIRTY
Congregation Beth Israel
Carmel, CA

BISY
Congregation B'nai Israel
Sacramento, CA

BSTY
Congregation Beth Shalom
Carmichael, CA

CRUSTY
Congregation Rodef Sholom

DRTY
Congregation Bet Haverim
Davis, CA

EDJY
Congregation Beth Emek

Pleasanton, CA

Congregation Shir Ami
Castro Valley, CA

EESY
Temple Emanu-El
San Jose, CA

ETY
Temple Emanuel
San Francisco, CA

FYGBI
Temple Beth Israel
Fresno, CA

GROOVY
Congregation B'nai Harim
Grass Valley. CA

HOOTY
Temple Emanu-El
Honolulu, HI

NOTTY
Incline Village, CA

KOSEY
Temple Kol Shalom
El Dorado Hills, CA

LAFTY
Temple Isaiah
Lafayette, CA

OARJY
Temple Sinai
Oakland, CA

PARTY
Peninsula Temple Sholom
Burlingame, CA

SHAGY
Congregation Shir Hadash
Los Gatos, CA

SMRTY
Peninsula Temple Beth El
San Mateo, CA

SHRTY
Congregation Shomrei Torah
Santa Rosa, CA

SRFY
Temple Beth El
Aptos, CA

STFY
Temple Israel
Stockton, CA

TASTY
Temple Or Rishon
Orangevale, CA

THSTY
Temple Har Shalom
Park City, UT

TSITY
Temple Sinai
Reno, NV

Other Congregations in the Region

Temple Beth El
Salinas, CA

Congregation Beth Shalom
Yuba City, CA

Temple Bat Yam
South Tahoe, CA

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