Beth-El Zedeck identifies as both Reconstructionist and Conservative, and is led by a rabbinic married couple.
“We just wanted to put a positive message out there. We just thought, what’s more positive than love.”
The graffiti was discovered early Saturday morning, but Shabbat services were held regardless.
“She was with people who could have gotten her help … The final show of chivalry, letting Lauren leave with no phone, no shoes, no keys.”
Hallelujah, Wisconsin, Nanny, Sauerkraut. What do these words have in common? Spellers just can’t seem to get them right.
The first observant Jew elected to public office in Indiana discusses what he’s learned over the years from his weekly walks to shul.
Here are five facts about the Indiana synagogue where a bullet hole was found in a Hebrew school classroom window.
Temple Adath B’nai Israel will be full on Friday night, pews in the small synagogue overflowing with far more than the usual number of worshipers. It won’t only be Jews at the Shabbat service, either, but Christians, Muslims and others as well because the people of Evansville, Indiana have been pouring out to support their small community of Jewish neighbors since a bullet hole was found in a Hebrew school classroom window Tuesday.
A gunshot was fired through the window of an Indiana synagogue. The bullet hole was discovered late Monday in the window of a Sunday School classroom at Adath B’Nai Israel Temple in Evansville. The apparent attack was reported to police on Tuesday morning, according to reports. Rabbi Gary Mazo told the Indianapolis Star that the…
(JTA) — Indiana University said it contacted the FBI after white supremacist fliers were found posted on the Bloomington campus. In a statement Tuesday, Provost and Executive Vice President Lauren Robel said the fliers were put up “by a group that identifies with white supremacy” and targeted minority faculty members. “Posted under cover of darkness,…