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The Making of a Torah Scroll

How is a Torah made? Learn about the special parchment, quill and ink that are used -- and about the scribe who puts it all together...

The "Sofer"
A Sofer (scribe) is the specially trained craftsman who writes the holy texts onto parchment using the traditional form of Hebrew calligraphy.
A synagogue is a place of Jewish worship. In addition to housing a sanctuary for services, synagogues (most notably Chabad centers) serve as the centerpoint of Jewish life.
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