Churches & Synagogues

 

Paramount Church

139 North County Road 

561.835.0200 

Sunday 10am. 

Rev. Dwight M. Stevens, M.D., D.Th.

 

Paramount Church - The non-denominational Paramount Church was founded by the Rev. Dwight M. Stevens in 1994 in the historic Paramount building, designed by architect Joseph Urban in 1927. The sanctuary is furnished with 70 year-old oak pews amidst European antique accents. The church enlarged its sanctuary and added a Fellowship Hall in the summer of 1997.

 


 

Palm Beach Synagogue

120 North County Road (corner of Sunset Avenue) 

561.838.9002

Services are held 10 minutes after candle lighting on Friday(7pm in the summer), Saturday 9am, Sunday 8:30am & Monday through Friday 8am. 

Rabbi Moshe Scheiner

Palm Beach Synagogue - The Palm Beach Synagogue is housed in an Italian Gothic-style building dating from the 1920's with coral stone arches outside, pecky cypress ceilings, Judaic-themed chandeliers, Mexican tile flooring, polychromatically painted and filled with natural light inside.

 


 

The Episcopal Church of Bethesda-by-the-Sea

141 South County Road (corner of Barton Avenue) 

561.655.4554 

Sunday 8am, 9am & 11am. (September-May) Sunday 8am & 10am (June-August)  

The REV. James Harlan

 

The Episcopal Church of Bethesda-by-the-Sea - The first services were held in the third and present church of Bethesda-by-the Sea in November 1927. It is a gem of Gothic architecture with an English-type cloister and the beautiful Cluett Memorial Garden. Its Episcopal congregation was originally founded on the shores of Lake Worth in 1889.

 


 

St. Edward Catholic Church

144 North County Road 

561.832.0400 

Monday-Friday 7:30 & 8:30am, Saturday 8:30am & 5:30pm, Sunday 7am, 9am, 10:30am & 12pm. (November - May)

Monday-Friday 8am, Saturday 8am & 5:30pm, Sunday 7am, 9am, 10:30am & 12pm. (May-November) 

Monsignor Thomas Klinzing

 

St. Edward Catholic Church - The first mass was celebrated at St. Edward Roman Catholic Church on Christmas Day 1926. It was designed in the Spanish Renaissance style, with a simulated cast stone exterior and Spanish tile roof. The land for the church was given by Colonel Edward R. Bradley.

 


 

Royal Poinciana Chapel

60 Cocoanut Row

561.655.4212

Sunday 10:30am.  

Reverend Robert S. Norris, Pastor

 

Royal Poinciana Chapel - The interdenominational Royal Poinciana Chapel was built by Henry M. Flagler on the grounds of his Royal Poinciana Hotel. The chapel was first used by the Congregationalists, who later moved to West Palm Beach. Mr. Flagler, although  a Presbyterian minister's son, wished the chapel to be non-denominational to better serve the numerous faiths staying at his hotels.

 


 

Temple Emanu-El

190 North County Road
561.832.0804

Monday & Thursday 8:15am, Friday 6pm, Saturday 9:15am. (Summer)
Friday 7:30pm & Saturday 9:15pm. (Winter) 

Rabbi Michael Resnick & Hazzan David Feuer

 

Temple Emanu-El - Temple Emanu-El was founded in 1963. It is a conservative egalitarian congregation and welcomes all worshippers. Services are conducted in Hebrew as well as English, making for lively congregation participation.

 


 

    

 

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