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London rejects 48-story skyscraper threatening UK’s oldest synagogue

Bevis Marks is the only synagogue in Europe that has been operational for 300 years, serving the Sephardi descendants of Iberian Jews who fled.

By GIL ZOHAR
11/11/2021

London's Jews split into East and West - now they've reconciled

The historic Bevis Marks Synagogue and the story of the Jewish immigrants to London. "Life was a constant struggle, but it had its warmth."

Synagogues become eligible for grants to upgrade energy efficiency

The legislation was supported by the Orthodox Union, as well as a number of other religious organizations.

By SHIRA HANAU/JTA
09/11/2021

Forest Hills Jewish Center, a fixture in Queens, New York, to relocate

The 400-family unit Conservative congregation’s synagogue at 106-06 Queens Boulevard has been on the market for about a year.

By STEWART AIN/JTA
03/11/2021

Illinois, Iowa Jewish communities share rabbi, synagogue

Today 400 to 500 Jews live in the 'Quad-City' area, which comprises the states of Iowa and Illinois.

By DAVE SCHECHTER/JTA
02/11/2021
The US and Texas State flags fly over the Texas State Capitol in Austin

Fire set outside Austin, Texas synagogue follows spate of antisemitic acts

After a series of antisemitic incidents in Austin, Texas, police are investigating a fire set outside a synagogue as a possible arson case.

By SHIRA HANAU/JTA
02/11/2021

Fired NY Rabbi says accusations of synagogue coup are 'hurtful'

Schneier’s allies accused Goldschmidt of inappropriately sharing synagogue members’ email addresses and of orchestrating a coup to replace Schneier, 91, who has led the synagogue for nearly 60 years.

By BEN SALES/JTA
30/10/2021
A RUSTIC sign expresses a heartfelt welcome to the Chabad House in Utah

Chabad bet on more than $137 million in real estate during COVID

A Chicago church was bought by a Chabad emissary couple and will be converted into a synagogue and preschool.

By ASAF SHALEV/JTA
28/10/2021

Inside the rupture at Park East Synagogue

A world-famous rabbi, a popular assistant and a succession crisis

By BEN SALES/JTA
28/10/2021
COMMUNICATIONS MINISTER and Derech Eretz Party chairman Yoaz Hendel.

Israeli minister attends Shabbat services at NY Conservative synagogue

Yoaz Hendel, who is Orthodox, attended the Sutton Place Synagogue in order to make a point about inclusivity and Israel’s ties with Diaspora Jews of all denominations.

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