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3.6) Religious And Secular Community Organizations In Sacramento.




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This article is from the Sacramento FAQ, by David F. Prenatt, Jr. with numerous contributions by others.

3.6) Religious And Secular Community Organizations In Sacramento.

The only discussion that I have seen about religious and secular
community organizations on the Sacramento USENET was that inspired by
Joshua Lurie-Turrell's request for a recommendation for a local
synagogue. On September 20, 1995, Larry Hiner offered the following
recommendation (Message-ID: <43q84u$cbq@news-e1a.megaweb.com>):

There's a synagogue in South Land Park where I attended a
friend's Bas Mitzvah (pardon any ignorant spelling errors on
the part of this Roman Catholic). From what I understand,
they're a fairly moderate to progressive congregation, and I
think it may be on or near a bus route -- it's very close to
I-5. I'm sorry I don't have the name, but this may provide
a starting point for you.

And on September 23, 1995, RH (rhoz@sna.com) queried in response to
Mr. Lurie-Turrell (Message-ID: <4415a5$r13@tweety.sna.com>):

Have you been to Cong. B'Nai Israel at 3600 Riverside Drive
(near Land Park)? The few times I've been there I have
enjoyed it.. people are very friendly to newcomers.

They recently got a new rabbi who I don't know, but their
old one was very active in the Sac. community too. I think
he retired.

As more information about other religious and secular community
organizations in Sacramento becomes available to me via the USENET, I
will include it here.

 

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