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Synagogue-Condominium ‘SynaCondo’ Revealed for 347 West 34th Street in Hudson Yards – New York YIMBY

| September 21, 2020

Renderings from Studio St Architects reveal a new 19-story tower located at 347 West 34th Street on the eastern edge of Hudson Yards, Manhattan. Described as a SynaCondo, the buildings typology will incorporate a portion of the existing West Side Jewish Center with a condominium volume above.

Why Orthodox Jews are going to synagogue while everyone else is on Zoom – The Jerusalem Post

| September 21, 2020

At the Jewish Center on Manhattans Upper West Side, this years High Holidays will be anything but normal. With eight services happening in various spaces throughout the building, on the roof and in the street (closed off to facilitate services), approximately 400 people will gather for socially distanced and masked services at the Modern Orthodox synagogue.

Photos and Video: Take me out to the Rosh Hashana service – Roanoke Times

| September 21, 2020

Roanoke's Beth Israel Synagogue celebrated Rosh Hashana with a possibly first-of-its-kind service in the congregation's more than 100-year history: an open-air celebration of the Jewish new year at Salem Memorial Baseball Stadium under a beautiful September sky on Sunday. It was the first time the congregation had been together since March, according to Rabbi Jamma Purser

3 Synagogue Arsons in 1 Month in the Most Progressive US Cities – The Jewish Press – JewishPress.com

| September 21, 2020

Photo Credit: screenshot {Reposted from the Sultan Knish website} fter an arson attempt at The Way Christian Church church in Berkeley, the pastor and the media blamed it on a racist who was lashing out at the churchs Black Lives Matter banner. McBride is now considering whether his decades long work challenging police brutality, registering people of faith to vote, or speaking out against white supremacy irritated the suspected arsonist, or whether they were angered by the Black Lives Matter sign hanging from the church, a press release from The Way Christian Church announced.

Ventnor synagogue adapting to COVID-19 changes ahead of Rosh Hashana – Press of Atlantic City

| September 21, 2020

VENTNOR Rabbi Avrohom Rapoport and his daughters, Ella, 12, and Chaya, 8, set up plastic chairs under a tent Friday afternoon in the courtyard at Chabad at the Shore Synagogue ahead of Rosh Hashana.

Meet the Jews of Bahrain. They’ve been there for 140 years. – The Jewish News of Northern California

| September 21, 2020

Ebrahim Dahood Nonoo, the leader of Bahrains tiny Jewish community, was among the Gulf countrys approximately 50 Jews who thought peace with Israel would never arrive in our lifetimes.

Orthodox Shuls Adapt High Holiday Services in the Time of COVID Detroit Jewish News – The Jewish News

| September 21, 2020

Planning for the Days of Awe, like planning for almost everything else in the first year of the novel coronavirus, involves preparing for surprises. This time, we might have to do things differently. The rabbis of several local congregations spoke with the Jewish News about how they plan to modify services to comply with the uneven progress of the pandemic, or with changed orders from Gov.

The Nation Lost a Titan. Brooklyn Lost a Native Daughter. – The New York Times

| September 21, 2020

Ruth Bader Ginsburg was a child of Brooklyn long before she was Notorious daughter of Jewish immigrants, graduate of P.S.

Because of COVID, Jews will ring in Rosh Hashana with empty synagogue seats – FOX 7 Austin

| September 19, 2020

Coronavirus transforms upcoming Jewish holidays Synagogues and temples throughout California will sit empty this Rosh Hashanah. KTVU's Jana Katsuyama reports how Jewish faith leaders are adapting to stay safe from the coronavirus.

A tale of two High Holidays: Why Orthodox Jews are going to synagogue while everyone else is on Zoom – JTA News – Jewish Telegraphic Agency

| September 19, 2020

(JTA) At the Jewish Center on Manhattans Upper West Side, this years High Holidays will be anything but normal. With eight services happening in various spaces throughout the building, on the roof and in the street (closed off to facilitate services), approximately 400 people will gather for socially distanced and masked services at the Modern Orthodox synagogue. Within just a few blocks of the synagogue, members of eight Reform, Conservative, and Reconstructionist synagogues will gather at multiple street corners or lean out their windows to hear the shofar after attending Rosh Hashanah services over livestream


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