Recent Examples of synagogue from the Web
The Texas company that hoped to tear down Anshei Sfard Congregation's synagogue to develop an apartment building will not move forward with its plan.
The Outlets started with a 6,000-square-foot lease to a synagogue in 2008.
South Florida Jewish organizations and synagogues have collaborated to provide relief supplies to people affected by Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico.
And Jews who remained in the synagogues may have been happy with that arrangement and pitched in to make the chasm wider and deeper.
There were crimes against synagogues and mosques
A year later, James Medina, 41, was convicted of trying to bomb an Aventura synagogue.
In Johannesburg, for instance, one of the city’s main synagogues is now a popular Pentecostal church, where below the delicate Hebrew etchings on its stone gates hawkers now sell cell phones and sandwiches to congregants and passerby.
The couple sometimes attend a small Orthodox synagogue, the Shul, near Dupont Circle, within walking distance of their home.
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