Jeshurun


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Jeshurun

(jĕshyo͞o`rən), in the Bible, affectionate name for Israel. It is also spelled Jesurun.

Jeshurun

citizens abandon God; give themselves up to luxury. [O.T.: Deuteronomy 32:15]
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This changed dramatically in August, 1757, when the elders, on the advice of their English brethren, appointed Joseph Jeshurun Pinto as hazzan.
FUNERAL SERVICES WILL BE HELD AT 3:00 PM ON SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, IN THE CHAPEL OF ADATH JESHURUN CEMETERY ON GROVE ST.
One, Adath Jeshurun, left Orthodoxy to become the first Conservative synagogue in what was then considered America's Northwest.
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Kehilath Jeshurun Synagogue and Ramaz School are racing to repair after the fire that devastated the synagogue and adjoining elementary school on East 85th Street last Monday evening.
A four-alarm fire ravaged Congregation Kehilath Jeshurun, a modern Orthodox Upper East Side synagogue that was under renovation, last night, destroying the roof and heavily damaging the upper floors, according to the New York Times.
Jeshurun is another name for the people of Israel See Deuteronomy 33:26.
Have no fear, Jacob My servant: Jeshurun whom I have chosen (44:2).
She has taken the lead role in curating the museum's autumn exhibition 'Tobi Kahn: Sacred Spaces for the Twenty-First Century,' which will explore the New York-based artist's liturgical and decorative works for the interior of Temple Emanu-El B'ne Jeshurun in Milwaukee, Wisconsin (due to open in 2010).
Aranoff teaches every Thursday morning during the academic school year at Kehilath Jeshurun, a synagogue in New York.