Stephanie

Posted by on Jul 7, 2012 in Why I Like Shuvah | Comments Off on Stephanie

Stephanie

“Shuvah Yisrael is my mishpucha, my family. I was raised in this Synagogue where I received my Jewish education in Hebrew school and through my experiences in our observant community. What’s more I met some of my best friends and grew up beside them. Now that I am myself a mother, I am a member of Shuvah Yisrael and a regular attendee with my daughter in tow. My desire is to bring her up in the loving community that I have been so blessed to be a part of. Already I can see her joy in listening to the music and interacting with everyone on Shabbat and at events. It is a beautiful...

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Gail Byers

Posted by on Jul 5, 2012 in Why I Like Shuvah | Comments Off on Gail Byers

Gail Byers

“It is so important for our children and grandchildren to experience the sacredness and richness of our Jewish heritage.  I bring my grandson each week, knowing that what he what he is learning at Shuvah will stay with him as an adult, and that he can pass down to future generations.” Gail Byers

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Ernest Jalbert

Posted by on Jul 5, 2012 in Why I Like Shuvah | Comments Off on Ernest Jalbert

Ernest Jalbert

“The teaching at Shuvah is amazing, it is the link between the Jewish world and the Christian world.” Ernest Jalbert

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Susan Olson

Posted by on Jul 4, 2012 in Why I Like Shuvah | Comments Off on Susan Olson

Susan Olson

“I am a gentile and a Christian.  In order to better understand Jesus’ words in context, I welcomed the opportunity to grow and learn under Shuvah’s excellent teachers. I have even begun to learn Hebrew!” Susan Olson

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Hart Rotblatt

Posted by on Jul 3, 2012 in Why I Like Shuvah | Comments Off on Hart Rotblatt

Hart Rotblatt

“I grew up attending church with my mom and decided that it wasn’t the right place for me so I started following my family’s original religion, Judaism.” Hart Rotblatt

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Henry and Joyce Gutterman

Posted by on Jul 2, 2012 in Why I Like Shuvah | Comments Off on Henry and Joyce Gutterman

Henry and Joyce Gutterman

“For 32 years we belonged to a church that emphasized the Jewish Holy Days but something was missing. Then a friend told  us about Shuvah Yisrael. Now we can attend synagogue that has a full Torah service and practice Judaism with other Jews who believe in Yeshua. Our Judaism and faith in Yeshua have come together in a meaningful way, and we have never been happier. On top of this the people are really friendly. What a bonus!” Henry and Joyce Gutterman

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