Monthly Archives: November 2012

Oy Vey, Father Ray!!

Father Ray Suriani recently delivered a sermon entitled, ‘Keeping our spiritual mezuzahs straight.’ Yes, you probably can already sniff out that something just isn’t going to be kosher.  On November 4th in a church in Westerly, Rhode Island, he told about how one of his congregants pointed out that the steeple of their church became […]

A Corona Comeback

On October 24th, the Tifereth Israel Synagogue in Corona, Queens officially rededicated the century old house of worship. Constructed in 1911, this stately building was made from wood, which over the course of time rotted and disintegrated. Funding for the project took a decade, and restoration of the exterior took two years, but resulted in […]

No Excuses

The West Seattle Torah Learning Center in the state of Washington is planning to host ‘Mezuzah Day’ on Sunday, November 11th. Rabbi Yehuda Greer, the reigning spiritual leader of the congregation, will make a “house call” to your home or apartment if you need a mezuzah for your entranceway. The mezuzah is free. The Rabbi […]