San Antonio, the second largest city in Texas, boasts a thriving community with a variety of beautiful parks, restaurants and historic locations. Its lively and colorful downtown includes the Alamo Mission (http://www.thealamo.org ), Market Square (El Mercado), La Villita and the world famous Riverwalk (http://www.theriverwalk.com ). San Antonio, known as ‘The Alamo City’ also hosts a vibrant arts and culture scene and actively welcomes many cultural backgrounds into its fold with good ol’ Texas hospitality! Check out more of what the City of San Antonio has to offer HERE.

 

 

San Antonio is also home to a welcoming, family oriented and committed Jewish community of over 10,000. Along with the Jewish Federation, San Antonio houses a number of Jewish affiliated community, family and senior service centers, as well as many temples, synagogues, schools, and programs for Jewish teens and college students. For more information on our vibrant, tight-knit community and what it has to offer, visit our directory page HERE or call our office at 210-302-6960.

 

 

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The Jewish Journal is a monthly publication produced by the employees and volunteer editors of the Jewish Federation of San Antonio. Our Journal, mailed directly to your home at no expense to you,  keeps you up to date on your San Antonio Jewish Community, as well as your Jewish community nationally and abroad.