Young Israel of Toco Hills in Atlanta, Georgia, USA
Breastfeeding in the Sanctuary:
This may or may not be permitted, it has never been discussed. The popular expectation is that mothers will use the nursing room, rather than breastfeeding in the sanctuary.
Private Nursing Locations:
There is a nursing room with a label. It is a separate room inside the women’s bathroom. Most women in the shul will be able to help you find it.
There is no public information abut breastfeeding policy.
General Child Friendliness:
There are changing tables in both the women’s bathrooms and the men’s bathrooms. There is stroller parking outside, under a tent. There is not space for children’s stuff.
Children are welcome in the main service.
This synagogue received a rating of “Good, could make small improvements- 2” out of 7, where 1 is the best rating and 7 is the worst.
Rabbi Adam Starr at email@example.com
Synagogue Website: http://www.yith.org
Additional reviews of this synagogue would be particularly welcome, as this first review was done by a helpful person who has not had personal experience breastfeeding at this synagogue.