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Some area Orthodox synagogues are reopening; others wait

synagogues in Denver plan to open as soon as today, May 22, and others next week. Among the synagogues that plan to resume minyanim is Zera Abraham off West Colfax. Spiritual leader Rabbi Tzvi Steinberg said the congregation will strictly follow the Coalitions of Orthodox Synagogue Rabbis (COSR) guidance and in some cases follow stricter […]
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Shana Goldberg

IJN Assistant Publisher |

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