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The Synagogue An interactive tour RankRankRankRankRankRank
The synagogue is the Jewish house of prayer and study. Take a tour of what the Synagogue includes, get a glimpse of the basic prayers, the Torah reading and how the holiest object that the Jews have, The Torah, is made.
Building a Synagogue Parshat Terumah RankRankRankRankRankRank
The synagogues and study halls in the Diaspora are considered “miniature sanctuaries.” For this reason, we find that some of the physical characteristics of the Holy Temple are to be incorporated into the building of a synagogue . . .
Is it true that there is no mention of the synagogue in the Torah? It’s hard to imagine “Judaism”—at least as we know it today—without synagogues!
The synogouge is a holy place some laws on how one should conduct themselves
The importance of the synagogue is emphasized by the exacting instructions given for the erection of the Tabernacle.
Moses blessed the artisans and craftspeople who built the Tabernacle. Did he forget about the donors?
We all know the story of how Balaam's curses turned into blessings. But according to the Talmud, most of them turned back into curses
At almost every function I attend, a wedding, kid's birthday party or communal gathering, someone comes up to me and says, "Rabbi, do you know why I don't go to synagogue...."
Why do men and women sit separately at traditional Jewish services?
I go jogging every Friday afternoon and often pass your synagogue. I see you are getting some nice crowds. To be honest I don't see why people go to services every single Shabbat.
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