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OPINION: Let’s make this the year we end paid High Holiday tickets J. – The Jewish News of Northern California

| October 15, 2022

Weve just celebrated our High Holidays, when Jews come together in community to ask how we can be the best we can be.

Churches need to see more of the faithful – liherald.com

| October 15, 2022

In the days of ancient Rome, philosopher Seneca the Younger said that every new beginning comes from some other beginnings end. And thats exactly what Valley Stream Presbyterian Church is facing as it says goodbye to its longtime pastor, the Rev. Kymberley Clemons-Jones.Its not that its simply a time to move on for the good pastor.

Jewish Community of Sedona and the Verde Valley: October 14-20, 2022 – Sedona.biz

| October 15, 2022

By Rabbi Alicia Magal Sedona News Shalom and greetings from the Rabbi, Board of Directors, and congregation of the Jewish Community of Sedona and the Verde Valley for the New Year 5783 which began on the Hebrew calendar last week All the services, classes, and programs are listed on the synagogue website. Visitors are welcome to attend services.

Why Conspiracy Theorists Always Land on the Jews – The Atlantic

| October 15, 2022

This is an edition of The Atlantic Daily, a newsletter that guides you through the biggest stories of the day, helps you discover new ideas, and recommends the best in culture.

Religion: Clergy strive to reconcile politically divided congregations | Journal-Courier – Jacksonville Journal-Courier

| October 8, 2022

One member of Rabbi David Wolpes diverse congregation left because Wolpe would not preach sermons criticizing Donald Trump. Scores of others left over resentment with the synagogues rules for combating COVID-19. But Wolpe remains steadfast in his resolve to avoid politics when he preaches at Sinai Temple in Los Angeles

Huntsville’s Temple B’nai Sholom encourages the community to visit the historic synagogue – WZDX

| September 29, 2022

Rabbi Scott Colbert with Temple B'nai Sholom encourages the community to attend their services and says their congregation is "thriving." HUNTSVILLE, Ala. The Jewish holiday, Rosh Hashanah, also known as the Jewish New Year, concluded recently and Yom Kippur is just around the corner. Rabbi Scott Colbert in Huntsville wants to share their religion with the growing community

The synagogue is in the street: On Yom Kippur, Tel Aviv shows another side of itself – Forward

| September 29, 2022

People ride bicycles in the middle of carless roadways in Tel Aviv on Yom Kippur 2014.

A Long Island synagogues renovations uncover a massive work of art – Forward

| September 29, 2022

The sculpture uncovered at the Merrick Jewish Centre in Merrick, New York Photo by Brad Kolodny By Brad KolodnySeptember 22, 2022 The massive mirrored wall in the lobby of the Merrick Jewish Centre struck many in the congregation as outdated. More than 14 feet high from floor to ceiling, and 12 feet wide, it worked for the Long Island synagogue when it was installed about three decades ago.

Synagogues exit pandemic with reflection, determination and hope for the future – Ynetnews

| September 29, 2022

The COVID pandemic is over, at least according to U.S. President Joe Biden in his recent declaration. But the past two and a half years have been a time of personal and professional struggle for many, including synagogues where those two worlds more often than not collide.

For the Sin We Have Sinned by Making People Feel Unwelcome at Synagogues – Jewish Exponent

| September 29, 2022

Jeff Rubin By Jeff Rubin I have been shocked lately by the number of my friends who have left synagogues because of a pattern of unkind remarks from rabbinic and volunteer leaders. A Jew-by-choice belittled


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