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Park Avenue Synagogue average salary is $134,411, median salary is $134,411 with a salary range from $98,821 to $170,000.
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Database Administrator 98,821-98,821 Needham, MA, 02192 2012 Park Avenue Synagogue Database Administrator Salaries (1)
Park Avenue Synagogue Needham, MA Salaries
Psychiatrist 170,000-170,000 Medford, MA, 02153 2010 Park Avenue Synagogue Psychiatrist Salaries (1)
Park Avenue Synagogue Medford, MA Salaries
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  • Park Avenue Synagogue
  • Industry: Other
  • City: New York, NY
  • The Park Avenue Synagogue - Agudat Yesharim- (The Association of the Righteous) is a Conservative congregation which was founded in 1882. From modest and humble beginnings, it has grown into one of the major congregations in the Conservative movement. In 1882, a group of German-speaking Jews founded a synagogue and named it Temple Gates of Hope. A church building at 115 East 86th Street was converted into a synagogue and soon the new synagogue was known as the Eighty-Sixth Street Temple. Some twelve years after its founding, the synagogue joined together with Congregation Agudat Yesharim. This was to be the...