Get involved with NFTY in your local community! Temple Youth Group (TYG) programs are offered by many Reform congregations in the New Jersey and New York area. Go to the URJ Congregational Directory to find a congregation near you and get involved.

Temple Youth Groups (TYG’s)  are a great opportunity to meet and socialize with Jewish teens outside of a religious school setting. TYGs are the foundation of NFTY GER - a youth group is a place to meet new friends, learn more about Judaism, and have a great time. These youth groups are each unique and different. They do all kinds of amazing activities: havdallah at the beach, New York City trips, Midnight run, dances, and much more.

Contact us to add or update your youth group listing on this page.

New Jersey Congregations

Temple Shalom Aberdeen
Temple Ner Tamid Bloomfield
Temple Sholom Cedar Grove
Temple Beth El Closter
Temple Emanu-El Edison
Temple Beth Miriam Elberon
Or Chadash Flemington
Barnert Temple Franklin Lakes
Temple Beth-El Hillsborough
Temple Beth-El Jersey City
Beth Am Shalom Lakewood
Congregation Adas Emuno Leonia
Temple Emanu-El Livingston
Beth Haverim Shir Shalom Mahwah
Temple Shaari Emeth Manalapan
Temple Rodeph Torah Marlboro
Temple B'nai Or Morristown
Anshe Emeth Memorial Temple New Brunswick
Temple Beth Am Parsippany
Har Sinai Hebrew Congregation Pennington
Jewish Congregation of Kinnelon Pompton Lakes
Temple Avodat Shalom River Edge
Temple Sholom Scotch Plains
Congregation B'nai Jeshurun Short Hills
Temple Sharey Tefilo-Israel South Orange
Temple Sha'arey Shalom Springfield
Temple Shalom Succasunna
Temple Sinai Summit
Temple Emeth Teaneck
Temple Sinai of Bergen County Tenafly
Monmouth Reform Temple Tinton Falls
Temple Beth Or Township of Washington
Temple Har Shalom Warren
Temple Beth Tizvah Wayne
Emanu-El Westfield

New York Congregations 

Temple Beth Shalom Florida
Temple Emmanuel Kingston
Congregation Shir Chadash LaGrangeville
Temple Beth El Monroe
Temple Beth Shalom New City
Temple Beth Jacob Newburgh
Beth Am Temple Pearl River
The Reform Temple of Rockland Spring Valley and Upper Nyack