Bux-Mont is a fast-growing suburban segment of the Jewish community of Greater Philadelphia. The region includes the northeastern part of Montgomery County as well as adjacent southwestern Bucks County, with major population centers in Blue Bell, Fort Washington, Plymouth Meeting, Ambler, Dresher, Jenkintown and Warminster. The Jewish population of Bux-Mont has more than doubled since 1983 to include more than 40,000 individuals in over 15,000 Jewish households. Bux-Mont hosts nine congregations in the region which represent reform, conservative, reconstructionist and Chabad Lubavitch movements.

The Kehillah features a robust coalition of professional and volunteer leadership who come together bi-annually to collaborate and share ideas, challenges and successes.

KBM Synagogues and Organizations:

Abramson Center for Jewish Life
Beth Tikvah-B’nai Jeshurun
Congregation Beth Or
Congregation Tiferes B’Nai Israel
Keneseth Israel- Blue Bell
Lubavitch of Montgomery County
Or Ami
Or Hadash: A Reconstructionist Congregation
Temple Sinai
Tiferet Bet Israel

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