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Telesure Lane

Auto & General Park

Telesure Lane

Randburg

2055

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.9803685

28.0138512

Chabad Place

Chabad Place

Sandton

2191

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.053335

28.082352

3 Middle Rd

Middle Rd

Sandton

2057

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.0888

28.0622

Synagogues

Synagogues are places of worship, study and education, social and charitable work, as well as social centers for Jewish people. A synagogue is also called beit Midrash which refers to a study house. Jews go to synagogues to study their religious doctrines. Most synagogues have large libraries where a wide variety of Jewish books are stocked. Jewish families receive basic religious education in the synagogues. They have services and music sessions as well as study church doctrines in synagogues. Most synagogues do not pass around collection plates during services because Jews are not allowed to carry money on Sabbaths. They make their contributions annually and voluntarily to the synagogue through their membership.

Synagogues also hold discussions related to topics which help followers to uphold values in Judaism. Some religious discussions relate to women in the Jewish biblical tradition, ethical issues such as vegetarianism and political activism. Their discussions also attract people from other synagogues and religions.

None Jews are always welcome to attend services in any of the synagogues. They also welcome visitors who come with friends during Jewish celebration events and worship days. Followers attending synagogues are encouraged to be presentable and dress formally or modestly. Jewish man may wear skull caps and married women may wear a head covering cloth. Services are open for all age groups and communities.
Synagogues

Synagogues are places of worship, study and education, social and charitable work, as well as social centers for Jewish people. A synagogue is also called beit Midrash which refers to a study house. Jews go to synagogues to study their religious doctrines. Most synagogues have large libraries where a wide variety of Jewish books are stocked. Jewish families receive basic religious education in the synagogues. They have services and music sessions as well as study church doctrines in synagogues. Most synagogues do not pass around collection plates during services because Jews are not allowed to carry money on Sabbaths. They make their contributions annually and voluntarily to the synagogue through their membership.

Synagogues also hold discussions related to topics which help followers to uphold values in Judaism. Some religious discussions relate to women in the Jewish biblical tradition, ethical issues such as vegetarianism and political activism. Their discussions also attract people from other synagogues and religions.

None Jews are always welcome to attend services in any of the synagogues. They also welcome visitors who come with friends during Jewish celebration events and worship days. Followers attending synagogues are encouraged to be presentable and dress formally or modestly. Jewish man may wear skull caps and married women may wear a head covering cloth. Services are open for all age groups and communities.
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