October 1997 Newsletter (5758:2)

Tabernacle of Peace
October 1, 1997
Topics: sukkot

Imagine yourself seated in a room about 7 feet square in size. The walls and roof are thatched, made of loosely woven branches of willow, myrtle and palm trees. The air is fragrant with freshly picked fruit. You look up to see fresh dates, pomegranates, bananas and...

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This Time Last Year
Author: Lynn McCoy

Just about a year ago a Jewish woman, Rikki, phoned our Washington, D.C. office to register for our Rosh Hashanah (Jewish New Year) service. I received her name and phone number for follow up. When I called Rikki she was eager to set a time to meet with me. We decided...

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A Reminder

It is appropriate to send Jewish friends a Rosh Hashanah (Jewish New Year) card any time between Rosh Hashanah, which begins at sundown October 1, and Yom Kippur (the Day of Atonement), which ends at sundown, October 11. An appropriate Hebrew greeting during this...

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