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Sandy Tracy
· August 22, 2017
I've visited here a number of times over the years. It is a beautiful place and the people who attend this synagogue were all so friendly and helpful.
Maya Mbotha
· June 17, 2017
Lovely people and great hospitality. Would love to come back
Michael Steinhart
· February 16, 2014
Mah tovu Mah tovu ohalecha Y a'acov mishkenotach Y'Israel
HOW BEAUTIFUL ARE THY TENTS OH ISRAEL 108,000 on one side formed the top of ? 156,000 on one side an...d 157,000 directly across formed the sides of ? 186,000 formed the bottmom of ?
THE CROSS Y'ALL WHEN we pray to receive Yeshuah El Elyon into the ark of His New Covenant remember to tay in the shul and continue tithing our 10 % as our tithes belong in the House of Isarel and our presence and testimony are needed there. Find a New Covenant Bible study then START one IN the shul. Hashem Yeshuah came to give us shul and give it abundantly not to take us out.
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Barry Waxberg
· May 1, 2014
A wonderful house of worship A great Rabbi, Dan Fink
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Join us for a "quikvah" - a quick purifying mikvah dip before Yom Kippur. The water temperature will be perfect for renewal!

Meet on Sunday, Sept. 24 at 4:15 pm at the north shore of Quinn's Pond, nearest to the Idaho River Sports building. Street address is 3150 W Pleasanton Ave, Boise, but you will enter from Whitewater Boulevard.

There are at least a couple of reasons to do this immersion:...
1. To be ritually pure in preparation for Yom Kippur, the holiest day of the Jewish year.
2. As a symbol of conversion. Just as a convert immerses in a mikvah and becomes a new Jewish person, so too, during the Days of Awe, we all want to do teshuvah (repentance) and become new people.

Questions? Contact Ritual Committee chair Elisabeth Sonersen: marsupial3@aol.com or 208-250-2665.

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Sun 4:15 PM MDTNorth Shore of Quinn's Pond

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