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Reinventing Synagogues and Prayer--Bridging the Gap Between "Keva" and "Kavanah"
Jewish Reconstructionist Federation (JRF), Fall 2000
The author claims spirituality is stifled in most contemporary synagogues as a result of a gap between the needs of those seeking spirituality and the traditions of most synagogues. He argues that a new set of objectives must redirect religious services so that the spiritual needs of the Jewish community can be met and that these objectives should be determined by focus groups comprised of affiliated and non-affiliated Jews.
Name of Publication: Reconstructionism Today
Volume/Issue: Vol. 8/no. 1
Page Number(s): 16-17
Coverage: United States
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Schwarz, Sidney. Reinventing Synagogues and Prayer--Bridging the Gap Between "Keva" and "Kavanah". Reconstructionism Today. Jewish Reconstructionist Federation (JRF). Fall 2000: 16-17. http://www.bjpa.org/Publications/details.cfm?PublicationID=8837
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