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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

The tragedy of Jews who can’t stand with Israel – JNS.org

| September 29, 2022

(September 29, 2022 / JNS) We stand with Israel. That is the sign in front of my Conservative synagogue and many other synagogues. What could be less controversial

Fellowship in Their Golden Years – International Fellowship of Christians and Jews

| September 29, 2022

The Fellowship | September 28, 2022(Photo: FJC/Victor Adjamsky) Rain or shine, through the bitter Eastern European cold and snow, for decades Issac walked through the streets to synagogue early each morning.

Aurora rabbi joins other faith leaders in call for peace and progress – Daily Herald

| September 29, 2022

In advance of Rosh Hashanah, the leader of Aurora's only Jewish synagogue joined with other faith leaders to unite for peace and progress in the state's second-largest city. "Bless us all together with peace and well-being," said Rabbi Edward Friedman of Temple B'Nai Israel as he led an InterFaith Unity Prayer joined by leaders of other faiths.

Worshiper stabbed to death outside Dimona synagogue after asking suspect to be quiet – The Times of Israel

| September 27, 2022

A man in his 50s was stabbed to death on Saturday following an apparent argument outside a synagogue in the southern city of Dimona.

Paxton Works to Safeguard First Amendment Protections for Religious Group Facing Illegal Discrimination – Texas Attorney General (.gov)

| September 27, 2022

Attorney General Paxton has joined an Alabama-led multistate amicus brief in the Atlanta-based U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit, fighting to defend the First Amendment rights of a Jewish synagogue facing unconstitutional discrimination

Date, fast times, meaning behind Yom Kippur and what celebrations involve – iNews

| September 27, 2022

Yom Kippur, one of the most sacred dates in the Jewish religious calendar, is soon approaching. The holiday known as the Day of Atonement falls 10 days after Rosh Hashanah, which marks the beginning of the Jewish year. It is a time for Jewish communities around the world to reflect on the past year and ask Gods forgiveness for any sins they have committed.

Finding Refuge from War and Persecution in Connecticut’s Quiet Corner – UConn Today – University of Connecticut

| September 27, 2022

One only needs to watch the nightly news to see the destruction of war and its impact on the millions of civilians caught in the middle.

‘Sense of accomplishment’: Synagogue recruits 163 Torah readers from one Rosh Hashanah to another – Daily Herald

| September 25, 2022

The goal: Bring people back into the synagogue after the COVID-19 pandemic forced them home. The plan: Encourage members to read the Torah, the first five books of the Hebrew Bible.

So, whats up with all that kissing in synagogue? (No, not the people the Torah!) – Forward

| September 25, 2022

A man kisses a Torah during the official opening ceremony of a new synagogue in Speyer, Germany.


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