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Head to our blog below to read more about co-author Graham Diamond's experience of working with Aron. Stanley Rubin Deep sadness for the passing of our beloved member. Deepest condolences to the family. May they be consoled among the mourners of Zion and Jerusalem. May Stanley's soul rest in Eden and his memory will be for a blessing. Jump to. Sections of this page. Accessibility help. Email or phone Password Forgotten account? See more of Congregation Tifereth Israel on Facebook. Log In. Forgotten account?
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A little preview:. Observing Shabbat this weekend? Tifereth Israel is making it possible to attend services through your computer during the corona virus threat. Shabbat services online start this weekend. It has been the tradition of Congregation Tifereth Israel to provide a Friday night Oneg and a Saturday morning Kiddish lunch each Sabbath for those attending services. Please consider signing up to assist in maintaining this shul tradition. You can see the Volunteer Calendar and register to be a vo Victor Friedman has been creating photographic art for over forty years.
He has exhibited in galleries in New York and Philadelphia as well as the University Victor Friedman Photography.During these challenging times we can embrace hope. There are many things in our lives which are not canceled. In the interest of caution and safety, most programs and services will be shifted to virtual meetings Zoom or Facebook Live until further notice.
The CTI Office is closed to in-person activity. We want to update you on how our congregation is adjusting and adapting to the quickly changing circumstances revolving around the coronavirus. A task force of clergy and executive members has been convening daily via Zoom conferencing to help ensure the health and safety of both congregants and staff. In short, Congregation Tifereth Israel has become a virtual synagogue.
It is our intention to place no one at risk, particularly since there is much about this virus and its threat that we do not fully understand. Calls to the synagogue will be routed to front office staff working from home or in secluded areas. The Rabbi and Cantor will remain on site, or nearby.
We will be streaming these services across our network. We will send you the links to participate by computer or hand held device. We feel it is important to err on the side of health and safety; many of our congregants and friends are in the high-risk category. How does the weekly Torah portion inspire us to examine our personal relationships, our daily behavior, our values and spirituality? Madden joins his Limud classmates through online remote learning.
Programs held monthly on a Friday evening. Wed, April 15 21 Nisan Link to "Sim Shalom" siddur. It's about people connecting with people. Our family continues to love celebrating the history and values of our Jewish heritage.
The CTI experience provides us with an opportunity to engage with our spiritually at our own pace and as we are most comfortable.Most all of them are no longer active; either the building in which the congregants once worshipped and held meetings is no longer extant or has been converted into some other use.
Many of those listed under "Synagogue Name" are actually landsmanshaft mutual aid societies. As shown, the list provides the street address of the building in which they met, the town or country that the organization was once associated with, and of course, the name of the synagogue or society itself.
The names of towns listed is incomplete, and perhaps some of the entries are incorrect. A worthy effort has been made to ensure its accuracy. Surely anyone who can fill in some of the blanks, so to speak, and is certain they know the name of the town and country according to today's boundaries that are associated with a particular "synagogue name" not previously identified, may contact the Museum of Family History at postmaster museumoffamilyhistory.
One can also see by scanning the list below that many locations housed more than one group of worshippers. One can also surmise that, in a number of these instances, groups that worshipped at the same location also bought burial plots together. This is obviously the case in some instances, but not in all. The Museum hopes this list is useful to many of you. Willis Ave. Westchester Ave. Solomon, Rabbi; L. All rights reserved. Image Use Policy. Former Synagogue List Bronx. The following list is composed of synagogues once located in the Bronx.
Street Name. Town Association. Synagogue Name. Andrews Avenue. Shield of David Institute. Arthur Avenue.Our Virtual Shul. On Friday night, we davened in your shul. To say that it was inspiring is a tremendous understatement.
A peak through the mechitzah seeing so many types of Jews davening in harmony to the welcoming speech at the end was one level. But what moved me most, and I believe my friends, as well, was the magnificent singing of Lecha Dodi. The tune was so moving and the harmony so uplifting, I so clearly felt Shabbos descend on your little shul that night. And as the melody resonated in my soul, I could see through the mechitzah the men dancing, some of them with little children on their shoulders, and all I could think was, t hey are really greeting Shabbos!
At that moment, I closed my eyes and could almost see the swaying apple trees in the fields near Tzfat where the students of the Arizal would greet Shabbos clad in long white robes. As the dancing circle of men drifted to their seats, the spell lifted — or rather, the spell came upon us — and a distinct sensation was so noticeably apparent: Shabbos is here. Explore our site.
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Our Clergy. Jonathan Cohen Senior Rabbi. Roger Klein Rabbi. Stacy Schlein Rabbi. Kathryn Wolfe Sebo Cantor. Our Vision Statement We are a warm, welcoming synagogue family where each person matters. We cherish our rich history and traditions and foster a dynamic culture of imagination and innovation. Members of all ages find meaning and inspiration by developing enduring personal connections with each other, Torah, God, the State of Israel, and the Jewish People, and through acts of justice and compassion.
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The congregation is welcoming, as it is small and there are not that many Jews in Greenport Many artifacts throughout. Post-services "oneg" gathering with light refre Read all 7 reviews. Full view. Best nearby. Sterlington Deli. The Frisky Oyster. Antique Carousel. Fireboat Firefighter Museum.The congregation constructed its synagogue building ina wooden Gothic and Moorish revival structure designed by Crescent L.
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Bukharan Jews began moving to Corona in the s, and in the mids began worshiping in Tifereth Israel's basement. Disputes between the old congregation and the Bukharan Jews and their new rabbi came to a head in At the time, most synagogues used the word "Anshei" Hebrew for "people of" in their names to designate the city or region in Europe from which their members originated. Tifereth Israel, however, used the term "Anshei Corona" to indicate that it was their new neighborhood of Corona, Queens that united the synagogue members.
The Articles of Incorporation stated that the congregation's intent was "[t]o have a synagogue for the purposes of praying, to bury their dead, and to advance its members spiritually and intellectually. Inthe congregation constructed a synagogue building on a byfoot 6. The two-story building, designed by Crescent L. Varrone, was wood framedand "combined Gothic and Moorish design with Judaic ornament: pointed-arched windows, a roundel with a Star of David in colored glass, and a gabled parapet ".
The stooprailing and clapboard siding were originally wood; the porch was later redone in brick with an iron railing, and the siding was covered with stucco. The facade was tripartite, consisting of a large central entrance-way and two smaller flanking towers. At one time the congregation opened an associated yeshiva on 53rd Avenue.
The American entertainer Madonna lived there in and Corona's Orthodox community once had four synagogues. The demographics of the neighborhood changed over the decades, with successive immigrant waves first of Italians in the s and 40s, then Hispanics, then blacks. Bukharan Jews started moving to Corona in the s. Five Bukharan Jewish families moved to LeFrak City in ; this number had grown to over byand nearby apartment buildings held hundreds more.
Conflict arose, however, in the spring ofafter Amnun Khaimov arrived as the Bukharans' rabbi. According to then-synagogue-president, year-old Benjamin Fried, "They came and wanted to take the place over". They believed that the Bukharans were hoping to start praying in the main sanctuary, relegating Tifereth Israel's members to the basement.
Questions were also raised about Khaimov himself; all agreed he was qualified as a ritual slaughtererbut some doubted his rabbinic credentials. Fried began giving them access to the synagogue only on Shabbat and the Jewish holidaysand locking them out otherwise.
The Rabbinical Court ruled that the synagogue had to remain open to all worshipers, and any available money must be used for repairs; on September 24, the State Supreme Court upheld that ruling.
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