The Florida Minyan Map shows Jewish Orthodox Synagogues, Shuls and Minyunim in Florida.
Unlike the standard Minyan listing search, the Florida Minyan Map page does not show each Minyan in in list view. The idea here is to show a larger map so that you can easily locate each Minyan in Florida on one map. For a Minyan search that displays details of each Minyan in a list or grid view with a smaller map on top, click “Find a Minyan” button below.
To get the details for any Minyan in Florida, click on the map marker directly on the map.
With a population of almost twenty million, the state of Florida is one of the largest states in the USA in population. Florida also has one of the biggest Jewish concentrated areas in the world. The history of the Jews in South Florida dates back to the early 19th century. Many South Florida Jews are Ashkenazi, and many are also Cuban, Brazilian, Latin American, Russian, French, Moroccan, Syrian, Bukharian, and Israeli.
There are approximately 514,000 Jews living in Southeast Florida, but Jews live in the entire state of Florida and there is a Minyan close by almost everywhere in Florida. There are approximately 80 Orthodox synagogues and congregations in South Florida alone and more in northern Florida.
If you know of an Orthodox Minyan or Shul in Florida not showing on the map, please submit the Minyan (see the Add a Minyan button below). You will help a fellow Jew find a Minyan to go Daven in the state of Florida.