Hi and welcome,

Thank you for visiting our website. Our website tells you a little about us. We are a "user friendly" Modern Orthodox Synagogue founded in 1994. We welcome Jews from all backgrounds regardless of level of knowledge and observance. We are known for the warmth and openness of our congregation, our inspirational services and the beauty of our Synagogue. But only by praying with us, learning with us, and sharing Shabbat with us, will you get to experience the real Palm Beach Synagogue.

Palm Beach Synagogue offers many diverse programs reaching out to every member of the community. We also believe that there are many portals of entry to access the beauty of Judaism. We have advanced and beginner learning classes, book clubs, lecture series, musical events, film festivals, Hebrew school, Maimonides Leadership Institute, children's holiday programs, NCSY teen programs and study, young adult Chavurahs, women's classes, Rosh Chodesh groups, singles activities and many distinguished Scholars in Residence during Shabbosim throughout the year. I encourage you to partake in these programs and become a part of our community.

If you have any questions or you would you like to learn more about our Synagogue, please call me at 561 838 9002, ext. 2, or rabbi@palmbeachsynagogue.com and we can set up a time to meet. I look forward to welcoming you in person.

Rabbi Moshe E. Scheiner


Rabbi Moshe E. Scheiner was born and raised in Brooklyn. He holds a Masters degree of Talmudic studies and Jewish philosophy from the Rabbinical College of America. He completed a two year internship at the Rabbinical College of Australia and New Zealand, and returned to New York to receive his rabbinic ordination at the United Lubavitcher Yeshiva.

He has lectured to communities in Australia, New Zealand, Taiwan, Singapore, Colombia and other communities throughout South America and the United States. In 1994 he became the founding Rabbi of the Palm Beach Synagogue. He also founded the Ethel & Eugene Joffe Maimonides Leadership Institute for post Bar and Bat Mitzvah students. Rabbi Scheiner resides in Palm Beach with his Rebbetzin, Dinie and their six children.


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