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Many within the crowd were affiliated with Lake County United, a coalition of local churches and synagogues.
In 2001 and 2002, Temple Emanu-El held services at Southside Baptist Church while its synagogue was being renovated.
Receptionists at the synagogue on Thursday morning referred questions about the congregation’s plan to relocate to Howard Stone, the board president.
Even secular Jews, who do not keep kosher or go to synagogue, can face a wrenching decision over circumcision.
And something like 150 bomb threats to Jewish synagogues?
Beth Israel Moved from 11th and State streets to 11 N. Latah St. in 2003 The synagogue was built in 1895 when there were only 25 Jewish families in Boise.
The Congregation Ahavath Beth Israel synagogue, pictured here at Grove and 13th streets, during its late-night move in 2003.
The studio also donated photography for synagogue charity events, and did photography for the Masons.
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: a building that is used for Jewish religious services
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