Tag Archives: Synagogue

Quote of the Day: "Where have all the Men Gone?"

Balance. Something we are supposed to always have, yet often lack. Yinon is our understanding of Jewish life – progressive, yet traditional. Empowering, yet leading. This understanding also extends to the participation of men and women in Jewish ritual life. … Continue reading

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Quote of the Day

I do not claim that everything I say fits all synagogues equally. My charges are both specific and general. As to the specific, I make many particular claims here: that synagogues lack good spiritual leadership; that they do not use … Continue reading

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Prayer is of Consequence

What is a Jewish community if it is not first a house of prayer? And what is a Messianic Jewish community if it does not exist to bring Jews together in a vibrant, soul-shaking experience of Jewish communal prayer? A … Continue reading

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Quote of the day

The synagogue remains a central institution in Jewish life as a place of study, worship, and assembly, but each day brings word of a new challenging development within each of the larger movements to which synagogues belong—Orthodox, Conservative, Reform, and … Continue reading

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