The Bronx has a rich history of Jewish immigration, and today the borough is home to a diverse community — one that the Jewish community helped shape. Over time, signs of Jewish influence have faded: historic synagogues and Jewish institutions have been repurposed as churches and municipal buildings Explore how the landscape of the Bronx — and its Jewish community — has transformed through the years.
Plus, learn about UJA’s Covid relief work helping people in the Bronx and around New York.
The Jewish Neighborhood Series
Learn about your New York Jewish roots. Take a peek into the past, learn about the vibrant work UJA supports today, and look ahead at the plans for the future