Meyerland Minyan Synagogue
The Meyerland Minyan Synagogue is an Orthodox outreach congregation in the heart of the Jewish community in Houston open to Jews of all levels of observance.
Meyerland Minyan aims to be an Orthodox outreach congregation that is dynamic and active in the heart of Jewish Houston. Our synagogue provides a warm and welcoming atmosphere for Jews of all levels, regardless of their level of learning or observance.
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