San Antonio, the most charming city in the friendliest state, has something for everyone in every age group.

Making the Call

Volunteers at Super Sunday and follow up nights help the Jewish Federation raise the dollars to help others.

Jewish Learning

From Looking at Torah Scrolls to the Beldon Library and the Global Day of Jewish Learning, there are many learning opportunities. Check it out.

Teens - Bnai Tzedek

Participants in the B'nai Tzedek held a Hunger Seder to advocate for the reduction of childhood hunger. They also learned about philanthropy in which they made decisions about allocating their dollars to worthy programs.

 

 

Jewish San Antonio


9,200 Jews
11,200 people in Jewish Homes
4,500 Jewish Households
One Jewish Community 

 

For More Information from the latest San Antonio Demography Survey

See detailed demography results here


New to San Antonio?

Shalom and Welcome to the Jewish Community website. 

 San Antonio, the most charming city in the friendliest state, has something for everyone in every age group.  Named by Will Rogers as one of the four unique cities in America along with Boston, San Francisco, and New Orleans, San Antonio is also considered one of the three romantic destinations in the Southwest, along with Santa Fe and Sedona.

     Famous for its Riverwalk, the Alamo and the Zoo, San Antonio is also a city for families. All streams of Jewish denominations have synagogues in the city and the Campus for the San Antonio Jewish community is located conveniently in the near Northeast quadrant of San Antonio.