Does anyone know of Orthodox shuls in Boca Raton or Hollywood, Florida? Not Modern Orthodox please, just regular yeshiva frum. Can be either Ashki, Sfardi, or Temani, if it exists. Better yet, is there a Chofetz Chaim yeshiva hashkafa community in either of these cities?
There is a Chofetz Chaim branch in Boca….Yeshiva Tiferes Torah of Boca Raton, 7200 Palmetto Cir N, Boca Raton, FL 33433
Young Israel of Boca 7200 Palmetto Cir. N.
The Chofetz Chaim branch is based there. The Rov is a musmach of the yeshiva also.
There’s also a shul in East Boca, also Chofetz Chaim affiliated. East Boca kehillah. Google their website.
I’ve also heard that there’s a newer shul in Hollywood that more to the right.
There is a kollel at Stirling and 46th in Hollywood.
You know of a thing called godaven?
Why don’t you just go to godaven
Thanks everyone who contributed information. GoDaven lists nusach, not hashkafa.
Nusach plus name of the shul=hashkafa.
At least sometimes
Godaven lists names of the rabbis and contact info
You can usually tell from that
The big one. Boca Raton Synagogue (BRS) on Montoya Circle is a full service facility. Multiple minyanim in the nusach of your choice. Day and night Kolel, Shiyurim for all including shiyurim for women. BRS also includes K-12 day school/yeshiva.
Also new Chabad Center on SR7 (US441) at Kinberly
“Young Israel of Boca 7200 Palmetto Cir. N.
The Chofetz Chaim branch is based there. The Rov is a musmach of the yeshiva also”
Lol. How do you handle this one, Curiosity?
Avram in MD, Still trying to figure that one out.
Godaven is terribly out of date……………..
In my little state of CT there are more than 8 entries that are wrong or no longer exist .
Chabad of West Boca is not new per say, the location and building are new. Chabad has been in West Boca for almost thirty years.
Sish, yeah, i know. I was just referring to the new facility. The old one was a store front.
CT: It’s up to the upkeepers of the minyan’s page to keep it up-to-date, not the site itself. If your shul changed times for minyanim and godaven doesn’t reflect it, that’s not their fault.
As for old shuls that closed still being on there (which I know is quite unfortunately common in Connecticut), that is an issue with which they need to deal.
The first was the store front on the second story of the shopping center. Then they were for many years in the freestanding building in the shopping center which I think used to be a bank.