The Maryland Minyan Map shows Jewish Orthodox Synagogues, Shuls and Minyunim in the entire state of Maryland .
Unlike the standard Minyan listing search, the Maryland Minyan Map page does not show each Minyan in list view. The Maryland Minyan Map rather shows a larger map for the entire state of Maryland. This enables you to easily locate each Minyan in Maryland on one large 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 Maryland, click on the map marker directly on the map.
About Jews in Maryland and the Orthodox Jewish Community in the State
Maryland ranks number 6 in US states with the highest proportion of Jews right after New York, New Jersey, Florida, District of Columbia and Massachusetts. Maryland’s Jews account to 4.2 percent of the population in the state.
Baltimore, the largest city in Maryland, is home to one of the oldest and largest Jewish communities. Yet the Baltimore Jewish community has maintained its own distinctive character over the years. The Jewish Orthodox community is well represented with its own Shuls, Synagogues, Mikvah’s, Kosher Food and Educational institutions.
Most of the Orthodox Jews in Maryland used to live in Baltimore but a large portion has moved to the suburbs extending all the way into the Greater Washington DC area including Rockville, Potomac and Silver Spring in Maryland.
The following is a list of communities in Maryland with large Orthodox Jewish populations.
- Cheswolde, Baltimore
- Fallstaff, Baltimore
- Glen, Baltimore
- Kemp Mill, Maryland
- Owings Mills, Maryland
- Park Heights, Baltimore
- Pikesville, Maryland
- Pimlico, Baltimore
- Reisterstown, Maryland
- Rockville, Maryland
- Silver Spring, Maryland
- Wheaton, Maryland
- White Oak, Maryland
If you know of an Orthodox Minyan or Shul in Maryland 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 Maryland.