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Oakland Temple Sinai halts preschool camp due to six Covid cases J. – The Jewish News of Northern California

| August 11, 2021

A summer camp for preschoolers at Temple Sinai in Oakland was cut short after two vaccinated staff members and four children tested positive for Covid-19, according to Ellen Lefkowitz, the synagogues director of early childhood education. The synagogue announced in an email to community members the closure of its on-site Camp Chaverim on Friday. None of the infected individuals has serious symptoms, Lefkowitz said

A month later, Klein says the temple of Israel is the perfect fit.Local news – Ohionewstime.com

| August 11, 2021

Lavisa Samuel Klein Joined Temple Israel in Columbus as its new rabbi educator Partly because of his strong educational program and supportive culture on July 1st, he was a perfect fit for his first job at Rabinate. I knew this would be a great team to join, and I felt that mentors and top quality colleagues could join, Klein told Columbus Jewish News.

5 Places To Experience Jewish History In Europe – TravelAwaits

| August 11, 2021

European history is nothing if not turbulent. For Jewish communities, that turbulence was more like a tornado season lasting centuries: violent upheaval, death, destruction, expulsion, and less than a century ago, near extinction.

Abraham Accords ‘silver lining’ in a year of suffering, says UAE chief rabbi – The National

| August 11, 2021

The signing of the Abraham Accords was a beacon of hope for the Middle East in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic, the UAEs chief rabbi has said. Yehuda Sarna spoke to The National after creating a special prayer to mark the first anniversary of the historic accords between the UAE and Israel. The prayer has been shared with more than 1,000 synagogues around the world before the first anniversary of the signing of the Abraham Accords on August 13

Plans for synagogue to be transformed into arts centre – The Isle of Thanet News

| August 11, 2021

The synagogue could be used as a dynamic arts space By Jodie Nesling Exciting new proposals have been put forward for Margates only synagogue after it was rescued from auction last year. Community group Cliftonville Cultural Space formed after spearheading a campaign to raise 300,000 to buy the historic shul from previous owners Margate Hebrew Congregation, who placed the building on the market following years of closure. Directors Jan Ryan, Francesca Ter-berg, Lucy Lyons and Kate Gillespie then applied to the Architectural Heritage Fund for a feasibility study and have since appointed London-based architects, Witherford, Watson and Mann

Facing the Delta variant, my congregants are lonely and afraid. We are making hard choices together – Forward

| August 11, 2021

As a rabbi, I want to do the right thing for my congregation. But what is the right thing?

The community must lead the way to net zero emissions – Jewish News

| August 11, 2021

Earlier this week, the IPCC, or Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, released a scientific report on the state of climate change. The IPCC are an international body of scientists and politicians, and this report basically confirmed much of what we already knew but significantly, a confirmation based in scientific knowledge. Our planet is continuing to warm, and humans are most responsible for this change

Greater Phoenix’s Orthodox community reflects on ‘explosive growth’ – Jewish News of Greater Phoenix

| August 11, 2021

When Rabbi Ariel Shoshan and his wife, Ayala, moved to Phoenix from Baltimore in July 2002, he can only recall a handful of kosher restaurants, four daily minyanim and one K-8 school. It is not really possible to put words to the explosive growth of Torah Judaism in the Phoenix area (since), he said.

Green Road Synagogue unveils state-of-the-art shul – Cleveland Jewish News

| August 7, 2021

In recent years as Green Road Synagogue was using its original building, the lobby and hallways were crammed with strollers. Not anymore

Several Synagogues and Organizations Will Join Hazon’s Green Shabbat Event Detroit Jewish News – The Jewish News

| August 7, 2021

On Friday night and Saturday morning, Aug. 13-14, members of the Metro Detroit Jewish community will come together to celebrate Green Shabbat, sponsored by Hazon Detroit


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