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Inside the synagogue

Grace R. Freeman

Inside the synagogue

by Grace R. Freeman

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Published by Union of American Hebrew Congregations in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Previous ed., 1963.

Statementby Grace R. Freeman and Joan G. Sugarman ; photography by Justin E. Kerr and others.
ContributionsSugarman, Joan G.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17374210M

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A synagogue (/ ˈ s ɪ n ə ɡ ɒ ɡ /; from Ancient Greek συναγωγή, synagogē, 'assembly'; Hebrew: בית כנסת bet knesset, 'house of assembly', or בית תפילה bet tefila, "house of prayer"; Yiddish: שול shul, Ladino: אשנוגה esnoga, 'bright as fire', or קהל kahal) is a Jewish or Samaritan house of gues have a large place for prayer (the main. In a suburb just north of Philadelphia stands Beth Sholom Synagogue, Frank Lloyd Wright’s only synagogue and among his finest religious buildings. Designated a National Historic Landmark in , Beth Sholom was one of Wright’s last completed projects, and for years it has been considered one of his greatest its full story has never been told. Beth Sholom Synagogue.

A colorful, fun-to-read introduction that explains the ways and whys of Jewish worship, faith, and religious life. What You Will See Inside a Synagogue will. Satisfy kids’ curiosity about what goes on in synagogues attended by their friends, broadening awareness of other faiths at an important age when opinions and prejudices can first form.   The exception is one instance in the Book of James, where James addresses diasporan Jews and cautions them against favoritism inside a synagogue. 1 James, the first institutional leader of the fledgling movement, wrote from Jerusalem an open letter to all Jews residing outside of Israel regardless if they were messianic or not. James is no.


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