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That the World May Know | He Went To Synagogue

| July 12, 2018

He Went To The Synagogue The New Testament records more than 10 occasions on which the ministry of Jesus took place in the synagogue.

Ealing Liberal Synagogue

| June 25, 2018

About Liberal Judaism Liberal Judaism references Jewish tradition, and seeks to preserve the cultural and religious values of religion,while giving them contemporary force and meaning. We aspire to a Judaism which is an active force for good in the lives of Jewish individuals, families and communities,and equally makes its contribution to the enhancement of the wider society.

The Tel Aviv International Synagogue | The Center for …

| June 15, 2018

Join hundreds of young Tel Avivians, Olim & Israelis alike, for our riveting weekend of Torah Learning & Spiritual Experience with Rabbi Ariel Konstantyn, Chazzan Israel Nachman and our A-List of Guest Scholars, Authors, Mystics and Public Figures with presentations in English, Hebrew and French!!! 7:00pm Mincha & Carlebach Kabbalat Shabbat with Chazzan Israel Nachman followed by our Champagne Kiddush Reception Drasha Rav Yaakov Medan, Rosh Yeshivat Har Etzion on the topic Why Divide the Land by Tribe?

Beit Hashofar Synagogue

| June 8, 2018

Special Events Shavuot Services Sat. May 19thNO MORNING SERVICE 5PMMincha Service6PMDairy meal celebrating Shavuot8:30PMShavuot Maariv Service(followed by group study) No services on Sunday In our community, character matters. We created a program to help us balance our character traits

CBT-BI Synagogue – serving South Jersey

| June 3, 2018

Welcome To Our Synagogue! Congregation Bnai Tikvah-Beth Israel in South Jersey is a vibrant, welcoming, egalitarian Jewish community with over 125 member households primarily from Gloucester and Camden Counties. We offer religious services and activities, parties, socials, and education for all ages as well as an active Mens Club, Sisterhood and PTO

Community Synagogue of Rye – Home

| May 11, 2018

RSVP HEREPlease send check to CSR, 200 Forest Ave, Rye, NY 10580 with event(s) in memo.To use credit card: Please call CSR at (914)967-6262.There is a 3% service fee for all credit card payments.BEAD THE CHANGE YOU WANT TO SEE IN THE WORLDMay 107:00-9:00PMBEAD EVERYTHING175 E Post Rd, White PlainsCost: $54/personBead with the best and make your own baubles. All materials are included to make either a bracelet or a necklace with the most beautiful gems of your choice.

Congregation Ahavas Sholom The Oldest Operating …

| March 4, 2018

Congregation Ahavas Sholom holds services every Saturday morningstarting at 9:30 a.m., in the summer as well. Attendance hovers around 25 to 30 people, with 60 or more attendees on special occasions. These special occasions are not infrequent, having included birthdays, aufrufs (before marriages), weddings, babys naming ceremonies, brit milahs, Sabbaths dedicated to organizations that have helped the Congregation, such as the Shomrim Society (Jewish law enforcement officers), Federations Young Leadership Division, or a havurah from Congregation Agudath Israel in Caldwell

Difference Between Temple and Synagogue

| February 28, 2018

Posted on August 29, 2011 by koshal Last updated on: April 16, 2015 The difference between temple and synagogue has its roots in the Jewish beliefs. Temple and Synagogue are two words that are often considered as words that denote the same meaning by the general population. Actually, in a Jewish perspective, they are not so

Aberdeen Synagogue & Jewish Community

| February 24, 2018

STOP PRESS!!!! Please show your support for our incredible friend Walter Hecht, who is about to run his SECOND half marathon on 1 October 2017, to raise funds for the Flood Appeal.

Jackson shul approved, first synagogue for Orthodox Jews in town

| February 8, 2018

What’s the difference between a synagogue, a temple and a shul in Judaism? Mike Davis Rendering of the Royal Grove Shul, approved to be built on East Veterans Highway in Jackson.(Photo: Courtesy of Royal Grove Shul) JACKSON -After years of privately gathering in living rooms or walking to a Lakewood synagogue to pray, some of the township’s Orthodox Jews will soon have a shul of their own


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