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Endicott Jews to Share Their Synagogue with Episcopalians

April 14, 1952
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Members of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church here will, beginning this week and continuing for an indefinite period, worship in Temple Beth-E1, a Conservative synagogue built here three years ago.

St. Paul’s, which has 600 members, will be torn down to be replaced by a new structure. In the meantime, the altar and closet for vestments will be moved into the synagogue basement to remain until the new church is built. Permission to share the synagogue was obtained from the Rabbinical Assembly of New York and the Protestant Episcopal Diocese of Syracuse.

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