Above the sign is another sign (which is actually the main sign) and it says:
Ahuza 186 Raanana
The Ilan and Miri Volk Raanana House of Recreation and Hospitality
BEIT HATAVSHIL VEHACHNASAT ORCHIM RA’ANANA Click for a larger image
The synagogue was photographed that day Click for a larger image Translation of the text on the sign
: Moriah Synagogue was established in 1934 and became the first synagogue in Raanana
The synagogue field was donated by Menachem (Max) and Figa Brown who wanted to set aside a place for a synagogue next to a state religious school. In the ark of the synagogue is, even today, a Torah scroll donated by them.
Yavneh State Religious School was located in the 1930s, in the synagogue building itself, until the construction of the school building and its relocation to its current location near the synagogue. Moriah Synagogue has been, from its inception until today, a vibrant community center for prayers, Torah lessons, Kollel and diverse community activities.
Both due to being the first in the city and due to its visual characteristics and especially due to its unique façade built of a stone wall special in its beauty, the Moriah Synagogue was declared a building for preservation in the city of Raanana.
In 2016, the synagogue building was renovated while maintaining its uniqueness as a building for preservation.