Temple Emanu-El greeted new members with a wine and cheese reception before Shabbat services Friday, Oct. 26. New and established members were able to mingle, and new members were given a mezuzah, which is a ritual object containing a small scroll inscribed with verses from the Torah, which is attached to the door frame of a home. The Temple has welcomed 45 new families since January.
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