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October 5, 2018  RSS feed
Congregations

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Passing the Torah on Simchat Torah



Congregation Beth Chavarim in Pasco County held its first Simchat Torah service, with congregants passing the Torah in the tradition of L’Dor v Dor – generation to generation. A new unaffiliated synagogue meeting at a congregant’s home (notice the lawn equipment along the walls), Beth Chavarim acquired the Torah on loan from the Institute for Southern Jewish Living based in Jackson, MS. Shown here is mom Tracey Spameni, passing the Torah to her son Noah, who later passed it to his sister Sarah at left. At right is William Wallach, vice president of the congregation. The temple will hold its monthly service and kosher dinner on Friday, Oct. 19. For more information, contact familyfriendlytemple@yahoo.com. Congregation Beth Chavarim in Pasco County held its first Simchat Torah service, with congregants passing the Torah in the tradition of L’Dor v Dor – generation to generation. A new unaffiliated synagogue meeting at a congregant’s home (notice the lawn equipment along the walls), Beth Chavarim acquired the Torah on loan from the Institute for Southern Jewish Living based in Jackson, MS. Shown here is mom Tracey Spameni, passing the Torah to her son Noah, who later passed it to his sister Sarah at left. At right is William Wallach, vice president of the congregation. The temple will hold its monthly service and kosher dinner on Friday, Oct. 19. For more information, contact familyfriendlytemple@yahoo.com.

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