(Congregation yeshivat tzion)
To Whom it May Concern:
Congregation Yeshivat Tzion and all of its members CONDEMNS any and all acts of violence between people. We CONDEMN acts of violence against law enforcement/Governmental authorities by the public and we CONDEMN unlawful acts of violence against the public by Law enforcement/Governmental authorities. We also CONDEMN any and all types of racial injustice and racism.
We also agree with the United States of America's Judicial system's idea of due process, and we don't pass judgment on anyone who has been charged with any crimes until due process of the judicial system is complete. We truly believe a person is "innocent until proven guilty".
Lastly, as an Army of Light (Ohr Tzava) we focus upon weapons of CREATIVITY, CONSTRUCTION, and EDUCATION; not weapons of destruction.
Congregation Yeshivat Tzion is an egalitarian Neo-Hasidic synagogue located in Indiana.
We seek spirit in community, and community in spirit.
Neo-Hasidism draws significant spiritual inspiration from the legacy of Jewish mystical and Hassidic traditions. We experiment with form, content, and leadership in our spiritual quests. Chant, meditation, dance, and drama are encouraged as ways of connecting with G-d and Torah thereby motivating acts of kindness (chesed), charity (tzadaka) and healing the world (tikkun olam). We as a community, desire to "embody" wisdom and strive to personally sense G-d as suffusing the world with Divinity.
Under the spiritual leadership of Rav Moshe ben Avraham*, our mission is to grow and strengthen the Jewish people through ethnic, cultural, and racial inclusiveness. We advocate for the diversity that has characterized the Jewish people throughout history, and through contemporary forces including conversion and adoption. We foster an expanding Jewish community that embraces its differences.
All are invited to come to a Shabbat, holiday or other event and become acquainted with our community. Our doors are open to everyone regardless of their background and as well to those seeking to possibly become "Jews by Choice."
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*Read the Rebbe Moshe Ben Avraham's blog here: http://solomonministries.blogspot.com/