Unitedhebrewth.org will occasionally feature voices from the congregation and community on social justice from a Reform Jewish perspective. Here, Terry Fear recounts her February visit with husband Steve to the site of the Dakota Access Pipeline protest near Cannon Ball, N.D.
United Hebrew Congregation has submitted our application and all necessary documentation for a Sacred Places Indiana planning grant. This $5,000 grant will be applied to a building assessment conducted by an architectural firm (of our choosing) with preservation experience.
There will always be Jewish people in the Wabash Valley contributing to the community. But Temple Israel, our synagogue, is the Jewish Presence: it houses our collective memory and our future collective memory. United Hebrew Congregation and its synagogue are the physical core, as well as the spiritual center of the Wabash Valley’s Jewish Community.