2 edition of Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel found in the catalog.
Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel
Philadelphia. Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel.
Written in English
|LC Classifications||BM225.P5 K455|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||64|
|LC Control Number||50030349|
Keneseth Israel is a diverse community representing a broad constituency of over 1, families. We happily welcome, accept and foster relationships with interfaith and homosexual (GLBT) families. Any Jewish adult, spouse or significant other of a Jewish adult, or a parent of a . Join Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel’s Multi Generational Family Israel Tour Led by Rabbi Lance J. Sussman PhD June , per person Join KI’s family Israel trip where you will become part of the daily life in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv.
The Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel was organized Ma Its first Reader was B. H. Gotthelf, who held services in a hall at No. N Second Street. The Reform movement, which had originated in Germany, soon extended itself to America, and L. Naumberg, Solomon Deutsch, and David Einhorn (–66) furthered its progress in this congregation. ThriftBooks sells millions of used books at the lowest everyday prices. We personally assess every book's quality and offer rare, out-of-print treasures. We deliver the joy of reading in % recyclable packaging with free standard shipping on US orders over $
Listen. Fall Concert - A Century of Jewish Music at Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel, Elkins Park, PA. Voices of Terezin by Aaron Rosenthal. I. To Olga. II. The Little Mouse. III. The Butterfly. Bleefeld, rabbi of the Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel in Philadelphia, and Shook (Mary Kay's You Can Have It All) collect timeless wisdom from the Talmud in an anthology designed to incorporate T.
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The congregation also salvaged a few of its windows from the older building. Montgomery County Libraries, in partnership with Open Book Bookstore, proudly present David Baldacci, renowned author, for the 5th Annual One Book, One County author talk on May 1 at PM.
Baldacci’s appearance will be followed by a book signing. Join us at Keneseth Israel Congregation in Elkins Park to hear Baldacci share from his latest installment in the bestselling Amos Decker series. Congregation Keneseth Israel is committed to being a vibrant, strong Reform Jewish presence in the Lehigh Valley for generations to come, building on what previous generations have created.
We have spirit, enthusiasm, dedication and we are not afraid of hard work. But we also need money to operate. Worship at Keneseth Israel is joyful and spiritual, a respite from the everyday. Whether you are seeking solace, looking for prayer within community or searching for new ways of expressing Judaism, our beautiful sanctuary is there.
Come discover how you can feel closer to God, community and the greater spiritual life around us. OPEN BOOK BOOKSTORE AM, Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel, Old York Road.
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Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel Meyers Library. Search our collection 24/7. scroll down to find out more New Items. First Mrs. Rothschild, The. Aharoni, Sara. Books Book Of Longings, The. Kidd, Sue Monk. Books Camino Winds. Grisham, John. Books All Adults Here. Straub, Emma. Books. Lance Jonathan Sussman (born J ) is an historian of American Jewish History, college professor, Chair of the Board of Governors of Gratz College, Melrose Park, PA and the senior rabbi at Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel (KI) located in Elkins Park, is the author of numerous books and articles including: Isaac Leeser and the Making of American Judaism () and Sharing.
Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel Veterans Memorial Book Click Here to View the Book Online As the proud son and son-in-law of decorated WWII veterans, I feel it is a sacred duty to remember all those who fell in defense of the United States. Book Discussion: “Walking Lions” at Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel (Canceled) March The LGBTQAI+ Connection at KleinLife: Northeast Philadelphia (Canceled) “Sing Hallelujah” Broadway: A Jewish Legacy at the Kimmel Center (Postponed to Nov.
22). Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel at Old York Road in Elkins Park will have a book discussion on "The World That We Knew" on Tuesday May 5 at 1 pm. This program is part of our Adult Book Discussion Group.
Bring a bag lunch and come at We will meet in the Meyers Library. Book ClubReform Congregation Keneseth Israel at Old York Road in Elkins Park will have a book discussion on "The World That We Knew" on Tuesday May 5 at 1 pm. This program is part of our Adult Book Discussion Group.
Bring a bag lunch and come at We will meet in the Meyers Library. The discussion will be led by Ellen Tilman, the Director of Library Services.
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A display case that’s part of the latest exhibit at Temple Judea Museum (Photos by Eric Schucht) Something caught the eye of Rabbi Lance Sussman nearly two decades ago when he first came to Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel: a large stained glass window in the lobby in memory of President Theodore Roosevelt.
“What is a big memorial to Teddy Roosevelt doing in a synagogue?”.Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel.We Are Joining Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel’s Jewish Heritage Tour of Exotic Morocco Led by – RABBI LANCE J. SUSSMAN Ph.D. February 28 – Ma per person From the arid highlands to the royal cities, Rabat, Casablanca, Fes, and Marakech, Moroccan Jews cling to their culture and identity in a very friendly African country.