Cherry Hill, NJ United States

About this community

Cherry Hill, a NJ suburb of Philadelphia, is a warm, growing, and vibrant community, located within easy driving distance of Trenton and Princeton to the north, New York to the northeast, and Baltimore to the southwest.

Cherry Hill’s community of 300 Orthodox families of all ages enjoy 3 Orthodox shuls, a thriving local Modern Orthodox day school (2 year olds–Grade 8) and several other Orthodox schools within driving distance, 2 beautiful newly-constructed mikvaot, kosher eateries, affordable housing, eruv, a large Jewish Community Center, and tremendous professional opportunities throughout the region, including law schools, hospitals, and universities.

Voted in 2016 as the 26th best place to live in the US by Money magazine, Cherry Hill is easily accessible via the NJ Turnpike (Exit 4) and by many other nearby roadways; it is serviced by public transport to Philadelphia and New York City.

Sons of Israel, the largest and most established modern Orthodox shul in Cherry Hill, continues a 123-year legacy in the South Jersey area, and offers multiple minyanim, shiurim and classes, and strong communal infrastructure.

Everyone has a story.  Everyone is valued.  Come and check out our welcoming community of Cherry Hill.

Only an hour and a half from NYC, but seemingly like a thousand miles away; a small town feel with a big town heart.

A new home where everyone can belong, and everyone can be who they want to be.

Participated in Fair 2011, 2013, 2015, 2017
NCSY

Cherry Hill has an active NCSY chapter, headed by
Lea Bekhar (), which runs public school clubs and social events for Jewish teens from all backgrounds. 410-358-6279 Visit Web Site