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Beth Abraham Synagogue has called all of these locations home
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Dayton’s Conservative synagogue to kick off year of celebrations with American Jewish history Prof. Jonathan Sarna By Marshall Weiss, The Dayton Jewish Observer The scholar who wrote the book on American Jewish history will officially kick off Beth Abraham Synagogue’s 125th anniversary celebration year, March 29 and 30. Dr. Jonathan Sarna, professor of

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Cantor Jenna Greenberg and Rabbi Josh Ginsberg

The Dayton Jewish Observer Vegetarian food brought Cantor Jenna Greenberg and Rabbi Josh Ginsberg together. The two met as students at the Jewish Theological Seminary in New York, when a classmate organized a singles dinner at a kosher vegetarian restaurant in Chinatown. Greenberg had become a vegetarian in her teens,

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By Rabbi Bernard Barsky, Beth Abraham Synagogue If you don’t feel the outrage and shame of it, then at least acknowledge the irony. This nation, the land of the free, said to be founded on “Judeo-Christian values” — a four-millennia long tradition rooted in the ideas of redemption and covenant,

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On April 18, Beth Abraham Synagogue President Mary Rita Weissman announced to members via email that Rabbi Joshua Ginsberg will become the Conservative congregation’s rabbi as of July 1. A native of Chicago, Ginsberg received his rabbinic ordination and master of Hebrew letters degree from Jewish Theological Seminary. He is

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Dor Hadash Michelle Tedford Special To The Dayton Jewish Observer   Andrea Liberman is an artist. When asked to illustrate a healing hero, the 9-year-old used a bright pink marker to trace an outstretched hand tipped with purple fingernails, dropping tzedakah in a box. “I actually learned a new thing

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Dayton Jewish School Marshall Weiss The Dayton Jewish Observer At its meeting on Feb. 28, the board of Beth Abraham Synagogue decided to establish its own supplementary religious and Hebrew school for children of its congregants in grades kindergarten to eight, beginning with the 2007-08 school year. The decision ends

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Dayton

Next year in Oakwood, but as the last High Holy Days on Salem Ave. approach, longtime Beth Abraham members take a look back By Marshall Weiss, The Dayton Jewish Observer   Irv Reingold (L) and Clara and David Hochstein recall memories of Beth Abraham at its Salem Ave. location. In

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By Marshall Weiss, The Dayton Jewish Observer September 2009 Aug. 23 marked the first meeting of an exploration committee comprising eight members each from Beth Abraham Synagogue and Beth Jacob Synagogue to consider issues that would be involved if the two were to merge. Beth Abraham Pres. David Fuchsman According

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