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  • Synagogue
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  • A synagogue is Jewish house of worship. Jesus often preached in the synagogues, as did the Apostles following Pentecost.
  • The Synagogue is a building in the Civilization games. It is close in spirit to Judaism.
  • The Synagogue is a Hey Arnold! location. Rabbi Goldberg works here.
  • A synagogue is a house of worship in the Jewish religion. The Jewish Sabbath is on Saturday, but observant Jews worship every day and many synagogues hold services every morning and evening. Synagogues often serve as a community center and have schools for religious and general instruction. While most synagogues have a Rabbi and a Cantor, services can be, and often are, led by lay adults. Men are expected to cover their heads when in a synagogue as a sign of respect. In Orthodox synagogues, men and women are seated separately.
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  • A synagogue is Jewish house of worship. Jesus often preached in the synagogues, as did the Apostles following Pentecost.
  • The Synagogue is a building in the Civilization games. It is close in spirit to Judaism.
  • A synagogue is a house of worship in the Jewish religion. The Jewish Sabbath is on Saturday, but observant Jews worship every day and many synagogues hold services every morning and evening. Synagogues often serve as a community center and have schools for religious and general instruction. The layout of a synagogue is somewhat similar to a church. There are rows of seats for the congregation and a raised area in the front from which services are typically led (some synagogues have the podium in the middle of the congregation). In the front there is an ark contains handwritten scrolls of the Torah, the first five books of the Bible. The scrolls are taken out and read from aloud during morning services on Saturday, Tuesday and Thursday and on Jewish holidays. While most synagogues have a Rabbi and a Cantor, services can be, and often are, led by lay adults. Men are expected to cover their heads when in a synagogue as a sign of respect. In Orthodox synagogues, men and women are seated separately.
  • The Synagogue is a Hey Arnold! location. Rabbi Goldberg works here.