Friday, September 19, 2014 Elul 24, 5774

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Who among us isn't mystified by the allure of water? A babbling brook, an ocean wave, a cool pool, a hot shower -- even the fountain in the local mall has a certain appeal. It can give pause to the bustle of everyday life; it can make you stop, stare, even spur you to toss a coin into its midst...
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For 10 full seconds, the social hall at the Congregations of Shaare Shamayim in Northeast Philadelphia fell silent, even though hundreds of people were in the midst of celebrating at an otherwise raucous Chanukah party. The hush from the crowd came as participants lay on the floor and leaned over tables, simultaneously spinning dreidels, hoping to break the world record...
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In celebration of its 50th anniversary, Temple Sholom in Broomall is creating its own Torah with the help of congregants, young and old. Rabbi Moshe Druin is assisting with the project -- one of many to mark the special year. Photo by Michele Frentrop
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MIKETZ, Genesis 41:1-44:17; Numbers 7:48-592
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Rabbi Lisa S. Malik
Parashat Miketz marks a real turning point in the Joseph saga. In last week's Torah portion, Joseph was in a "pit," literally and metaphorically. He was betrayed by his older brothers, having been lowered into a pit in the desert, cast into the depths of slavery and then thrown into an Egyptian prison cell. This week, the portion begins with...
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Steve Hofstetter, JE Feature
I imagine it's much more difficult to be a Jew on Christmas than it is to be a Christian on Chanukah. You don't find many Chanukah specials about families getting stranded in an airport learning the true meaning of the menorah. But if there were a lot of Chanukah specials, I'd be just as annoyed at those as I am...
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Religious Events

Fri. Sep 19
Klein Jewish Community Center
8:30 AM-1:30 PM
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Temple Sinai
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Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel
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