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family activities

The congregation along with other religious groups created a day care center for the elderly.
This program helps and assists more than one hundred Jewish families from the Former Soviet Union in adjusting to life in a new country and in reconnecting with their Jewish heritage.
The congregation developed an overall social action program where the values of social justice were included in worship, study, communal activities, and board discussions.
The synagogue proves that bigger is not necessarily better!
The synagogue runs a homeless shelter from November until April in which guests are given a hot meal, a warm bed to sleep in, and a breakfast in the morning.
A congregation's Mitzvah Day initiative which has turned its efforts to a Mitzvah Weekend, educating and learning about the weekend's theme: Foster Children.
Hands-on service opportunities for families that include a strong educational component.

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High Holiday tickets had sign-up information for six upcoming social action projects.

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Combats the city’s homelessness problem by engaging in advocacy, education, marketing and direct service efforts.

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A congregation's social action program which enables temple family members to participate in such programs, focused on inner-city residents.