Sunday, July 13, 2014 Tammuz 15, 5774

Matthew Mager, 15, and his mother, Sue Mager, of Yardley, coordinated a pre-Passover food drive at Congregation Beth El of Lower Bucks County to benefit the Trenton Area Soup Kitchen in nearby New Jersey. Some two-dozen bags of canned goods and nonperishable food were collected.
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Rachel Silverman, JE Feature
Synagogues are built around the idea of organized worship -- the notion that Judaism should be practiced at a central address where activities can be held, congregants can study, a rabbi can lead, and officers can fundraise. Yet Philadelphia's Unstructured Synagogue Havurah shares very few of these elements. Indeed, the group has no dues, no building, no officers and no...
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The Purpose Driven Life , Evangelical pastor Rick Warren's book about following the teachings of Jesus, has sold millions and made its author a household name. While Rebbetzin Esther Jungreis hasn't quite reached that level of fame, her books -- Life Is a Test, The Committed Life , as well as Jewish Souls on Fire -- which urge Jews to...
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Long Island attorney Jeffrey Schwartz peered at the Capitol through the window of a chartered bus that was whisking him and a group of Jewish Democrats across town from their conference site to a private reception on Capitol Hill being hosted by Jewish members of Congress. After a moment, Schwartz -- who recalled standing out in the cold before that...
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Ryan Teitman
If Frieda Lefeber has a problem, it's this: She's been characterized her whole life with boundless energy. Half a century ago, all her efforts were focused on simple survival. After being persecuted under the Nazi regime in Germany, Lefeber, now 92, managed to escape to the United States with her husband, while other family members fled to what was then...
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