When synagogues close or congregations merge, what happens to the stained-glass windows that once graced their sanctuaries?
When Temple Hadar Israel in New Castle, Pennsylvania, closed its doors, most of its ritual objects were disbursed to other congregations. What was left was buried in a cemetery.
A visit to some of Baltimore’s first synagogues, in celebration of Passover and commemoration of the life of Martin Luther King Jr., killed 50 years ago this week
Congregations die, and other congregations need their Torah scrolls