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The Top 10 Secrets of the Eldridge Street Synagogue and Museum in NYC – Untapped New York

| September 25, 2022

In 2007, the Eldridge Street Synagogue on New Yorks Lower East Side completed its renovation after a 20-year, $20 million effort. However, its history began more than a century before that

Police increase patrols at Long Island synagogues, temples ahead of High Holy Days – CBS New York

| September 25, 2022

LONG BEACH, N.Y. -- Police on Long Island have increased patrols at synagogues and temples ahead of the High Holy Days of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur

Pandemic’s aftermath and economic crisis have some synagogues rethinking their membership fees – eJewish Philanthropy

| September 25, 2022

As a policy, Manhattans Congregation Beit Simchat Torah doesnt sell tickets for services on Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. To charge for High Holidays, says synagogue President Sabrina Farber, is just not in our DNA

‘Exactly the spiritual leader that we wanted’: Rabbi Meeka Simerly to lead her first Rosh Hashana at Havre de Grace’s Temple Adas Shalom – Baltimore…

| September 25, 2022

As a child in Haifa, Israel, Meeka Simerly grew up in a secular Jewish family. What it means is that we never really did anything religious whatsoever other than celebrating the staple holidays, Simerly said. Because of this, she felt like something was missing for her

After 30 years, Or Shalom of S.F. finally has a home of its own J. – The Jewish News of Northern California

| September 25, 2022

Three decades after its founding, Or Shalom Jewish Community has finally purchased property of its own. San Franciscos first and only Reconstructionist synagogue, it has operated out of living rooms, rented spaces and the occasional park since the community was established in 1991. But now Or Shalom has closed on a parcel of land that includes three buildings on Cortland Avenue, in the Bernal Heights neighborhood

Timeline of Jewish history in the US – What’sUpNewp

| September 25, 2022

One of the most compelling reasons for early settlers to immigrate to the Americas was to exercise their right to religious freedom. As a result, members of several minority religions, including Judaism, were some of the first to brave the journey across the Atlantic Ocean.

Traces of local Jewish history found by native of Lancaster – Lancaster Eagle Gazette

| September 25, 2022

LANCASTER A history of Jewish tradition in Lancaster has been discovered by Lancaster-native Austin Reid.

Torah Sisters bond to piece together Jewish history – The Boston Globe

| September 25, 2022

In retrospect, the three women Sheila Pallay, Judith Weinberg, and Marlene Yesley were destined to team up; it was beshert, to use the Yiddish word. All three belonged to synagogues with Czech Torahs. And all three had honed skills in retirement that together would ensure the success of their NewBridge project.

Jewish Community of Sedona and the Verde Valley: September 30-October 6, 2022 – Sedona.biz

| September 25, 2022

Shalom and greetings from the Rabbi, Board of Directors, and congregation of the Jewish Community of Sedona and the Verde Valley.All the services, classes, and programs are listed on the synagogue website.Visitors are welcome to attend services. Special uplifting weekly messages for the Hebrew month of Elul recorded by Rabbi Magal are posted on the synagogue website

Bnai Jeshurun synagogue takes lox off menu, citing "values" – Quartz

| September 13, 2022

The return of communal Saturday lunches at Bnai Jeshurun, an historic synagogue in New York City, was supposed to be a cheerful moment after years of the pandemic spent celebrating the weekly Shabbat holiday apart. Rabbi Shuli Passow announced the return of Community Kiddush last week, along with a few changes to the event, like better seating for families and a less crowded buffet. Oh, and one slight change to that buffet: Lox will be eliminated from the menu so we can do our part to reduce the environmental impact of pollution and overfishing.


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