Friday, November 28, 2014 Kislev 6, 5775
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Hoping to turn the B'nai Mitzvah experience from a graduation ceremony to a true entry point to Jewish life, two local congregations are participating in a national pilot project organized by the Reform movement while others are experimenting with their own strategies.
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Fredda Sacharow, JE Feature
From cocktail parties to baseball game outings, synagogues aim to engage a diverse population of baby boomers through a variety of programs.
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After a three-decade-long career leading congregations in Houston, Boston and Ottawa, Rabbi Scott Rosenberg has arrived on the Main Line to lead Har Zion Temple in Penn Valley.
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Based on Rabbi Yehoshua Duskis’ background, you might reasonably have predicted that he would become a religious leader. But Duskis, a new rabbi at Elkins Park’s Etz Chaim Center for Jewish Studies, says becoming a religious leader was far from inevitable.
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Rabbi Shawn Zevit has left Toronto to return to Philadelphia where he's leading his first High Holiday services at Mishkan Shalom.
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